We are all afraid of philosophy of science!

Before I post the first installments in the Euclid and autodidacticism series: For those of you who might be vaguely interested, I will be teaching a course on the history of philosophy of science in the twentieth century, covering such figures as Carnap—the polite and friendly intellectual tank who rolls over all—and Grünbaum, that great debunker of all mysteries of space and time. A detailed description can be found here:

Theory and Object: Philosophy of Science in the twentieth century, from Carnap to Grünbaum

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