History of Science - Academics
Life of the Mind: Chronicling Where History Meets Science
Michael Gordin discusses how he came to History of Science, and PAW spotlights a few of his books.
Michael Szurawitzki: Fleck’s Denkstil and Beck’s Metamorphosis Concept Merged: How to Analyze Changes of Societal and Academic Discourses
University of Hamburg
Historian of Science Milam Traces Evolutionary Theory Through Time
Since Charles Darwin first put forth his theory of sexual selection in the 19th century, there has been endless debate about what drives procreation. What is the relationship between male-male competition and female choice? And can animals truly exercise “choice?”
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