Centre for Science and Philosophy

Promoting the interpretation of science through interdisciplinary collaboration

The Centre for Science and Philosophy supports collaborative work between philosophers and researchers in history, economics, logic and mathematics, engineering, psychology, physics and the chemical, biological, medical, geographical, social and political sciences.

Our areas of study extend beyond the academic discipline of philosophy of science as narrowly conceived, to incorporate all forms of intellectual inquiry that take science or its results as their object.

We seek to encourage public engagement by organising open events and activities, and providing forums for the discussion of ethical, social and political issues raised by current scientific practice and research.

Contacts

Academic lead

Professor James Ladyman

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