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ANTHRO 1883 - Where Science Meets Society: Introduction to STS

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Spring

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2022

Prof. Anna Jabloner
Weds. 9:45 AM - 11:45 AM
Tozzer 203

The German word for science literally means knowledge made. In line with this meaning, STS approaches science as practice. The interdisciplinary field asks empirically and methodologically how knowledge is made, how truths become truths, and how matters come to matter and to be matters of fact.

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GENED 1128 - The Conduct of Life in Western and Eastern Philosophy

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Spring

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2022

Prof. Michael Puett
Thurs. 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM

A study of approaches in the philosophical traditions of the West and the East to the conduct of life. Philosophical ethics has often been understood as meta-ethics: the development of a method of moral inquiry or justification. Here we focus instead on what philosophy has to tell us about the first-order question: How should we live our lives?

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