November 2017 HPS&ST Note

The November HPS&ST Note is now available online at: http://www.hpsst.com/hpsst-note.html

This month’s contents include:

  • Introduction
  • Philosophy Publications Archive: New Site for Downloadable Papers
  • he Evolution of Knowledge: &HPS7: Integrated History and Philosophy of Science, 7th conference
  • Anthology History, Philosophy, and Science Teaching: New Perspectives
  • University College London, Downloadable Open-Access Book
  • Rounded Globe, Downloadable Open-Access Books
  • RISE Special Issue: Epistemic Insight – teaching and learning about the nature of science in real world and multidisciplinary arenas
  • Opinion Page.  Susan Haack: The Future of Philosophy, the Seduction of Scientism
  • Recent HPS&ST Research Articles
  • Recent HPS&ST Related Books
  • Coming HPS&ST Related Conferences

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