The following is a summary of a course offered by Southern Evangelical Seminary. If you would like to see the detailed description of this course and what is expected of students, please view the syllabus below. If you are interested in enrolling in this class, please contact Southern Evangelical Seminary or click the button to request more information.
This course’s main focus is on the history of the philosophy of science, issues in the epistemology of science (realism/antirealism), and a uniquely Thomistic approach to this particular area of philosophy. This course is only offered online.
After completing the course, the student should be able to:
A.F. Chalmers, What is this thing called Science?, 3rd ed. (Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing, 1999, 2013). OR A.F. Chalmers, What is this thing called Science?, 4th ed. (Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing, 2013).
David Papineau, ed. Oxford Readings in Philosophy: The Philosophy of Science, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1996).
J. Thomas Bridges “An Analysis of the Neo- Darwinism/Intelligent Design Debate based on an Eclectic Philosophy of Science Grounded in Thomistic Realism,” 2012, Southern Evangelical Seminary. (provided to the class)
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