Philosophy Of Science

David F. Noble Author The Religion of Technology: The Divinity of Man and the Spirit of Invention. (Knopf) Professor of History York University Toronto, Canada Hixon-Riggs Professor Harvey Mudd College Claremont, California Adolf Grunbaum Andrew Mellon Professor of Philosophy of Science Chairman, The Center for the Philosophy of Science Research Professor of Psychiatry University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Scientists aren't the only people studying science. Philosophers and historians are also interested in what scientists are up to—and why they're up to it. On this hour of Science Friday, we are joined by a philosopher of science and a historian who will help us examine the nature of scientific thought, and the role of religion in scientific inquiry.

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