Thinking along Nelson Goodman
Considering my disciplinary uncertainties, I've been thinking quite a bit about how to write my dissertation. The literal how to - what's it actually going to look like. The first thing to ask was: Should it be published as a series of articles or written as a monograph? For most of my (psychologist) friends, this is a non-question. . . .
Trying to be a historian of science is harder than it seems
I wasn't trained as a historian of science. Being an anxious thinker that I am, this of course causes grief. I mean the intellectual kind. The good kind, usually. The paralyzing kind, as N. calls it, sometimes. Just to be clear, that's the one that leaves you incapable of working. Since I started my PhD, not being a historian and the . . .
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