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Academic Technology Innovation Grant
The History and Philosophy of Science:
(co-edited with Holly Vande Wall)
Boston College Profile
Boston College Philosophy
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Philosophy of Science: Contemporary Issues
A graduate seminar designed to introduce core methodological issues in the philosophy of science and to bring students up to speed with current work in the field.
(Philosophy of Biology)
A graduate seminar. Approved for credit as a biology elective by the biology department.
New Scientific Visions I & II (Perspectives IV:
History & Philosophy of Science & Mathematics)
An intensive year-long introduction to the history and philosophy of science and mathematics (6 credits/semester). Emphasizes engagement with primary sources. Advanced upper-level course in the Perspectives Program.
Rationality & Religious Commitment
Graduate / advanced upper-level course for majors, cross listed with theology.
God, Ethics, & the Sciences
(co-taught with Prof. Patrick Byrne)
Science & Religion
Advanced upper-level course for majors.
Theories of Science / Values in Science
Graduate seminar on science and ethics for biology Ph.D. candidates. University of Maryland Center for Environmental Sciences (UMCES) at Chesapeake Biological Laboratory (CBL)
A topics-based, though historically sensitive, undergraduate introduction to some central problems and methods of philosophy. University of Notre Dame.
Introduction to Philosophy (Knowledge, Reality, & Values)
A graduate level introduction to contemporary theory of knowledge.
Science, Values, & Metaphysics
Graduate seminar. An examination of cutting edge literature on science and values and of contemporary philosophical views (e.g., naturalism, physicalism, empiricism, reductionism, and scientism) often associated with science.
Philosophy of Science (Theory & Reality)
An advanced upper-level course for majors. University of Notre Dame.