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University departments and research institutes dedicated to the study of philosophy of science.
This category is not for ''alternative'' science. Websites on medicine that is not largely in accordance with, or based on, standard medicine should be sent to /Medicine/Alternative. (Bio)Medical Ethic sites should be sent to Society/Philosophy/Ethics/Applied/Bioethics.
This category includes websites on topics such 'Scientific Revolutions' and 'paradigm shifts' as well on the interaction of medicine with the philosophy of the time. (Bio)Medical Ethic sites should be sent to Society/Philosophy/Ethics/Applied/Bioethics.
Professional associations for philosophers working in the philosophy of science.
Philosophers who are widely identified as philosophers of science.
This category is not for ''alternative'' science. Websites on physics that is not largely in accordance with, or based on, standard physics should be sent to Science/Anomalies_and_Alternative_Science.
This category includes websites on topics such 'Scientific Revolutions' and 'paradigm shifts' as well on the interaction of physical science with the philosophy of the time, such as the postivistic philosophy of Mach and Carnap, and their influence on Quantum Mechanics (QM) and Relativity.
Journals dedicated to the philosophy of science. Individual articles or online books go in the appropriate category.
Submit personal webpages that are relevant to the academic field that is called STS.
Philosophy of Science, Technology and Society (STS) is an emerging field of Philosophy which tries to investigate the role of science and technology in society. It does so by examining the technological culture we live in, by investigating individual technologies or by studying the history of science, technology and society. Science and technology have influenced society and the possibilities and phenomenal experiences of individuals greatly ever since the Industrial Revolution. This is what has created the technological culture we live in. Investigations such as those undertaken by the Frenchman Bruno Latour, try to achieve a better understanding of how technologies are developed (the construction of a black box), which may be useful in for instance technology assessment. This branch of the philosophy of technology is closely related to sociology. Many useful resources about these and closely related topics can be found in the category Science/Science_in_Society.
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