Teaching & PhD

Teaching

  • Humanities and Social Sciences Program

Courses

Knowledge, awareness, beliefs I

What is knowledge ? Using the Tools of the history of sciences as well as those of sociology and the anthropology of knowledge, we shall discuss, problematize and confront each of these notions goto


Science, reason and faith I

The issue of both the origins and the end of mankind and the universe was simultaneously asked by religions and major myths as well as Western science starting in the XVIIth century. goto


Science, reason and faith II

In this course, we will look at the long history of opposition to Darwin and Darwinism: creationists, neo-creationists, intelligent design in order to understand their strategies and arguments. goto


Knowledge, awareness, beliefs II

This course will introduce students to the issue of beliefs. Whether they are conceptualized as reflections of our preoccupations, of our "image of the world", or of our social organization, beliefs are not displaced by advances in science. goto


Sciences and religions I

Can one be a scientist and a believer at the same time? Is science the enemy of faith? Should a scientist always be an atheist or an agnostic? These are some of the questions dealt with in this seminar. Its purpose is to present the various forms of the d... goto


Sciences and religions II

Can one be a scientist and a believer at the same time? Is science the enemy of faith? Should a scientist always be an atheist or an agnostic? These are some of the questions dealt with in this seminar. Its purpose is to present the various forms of the d... goto