Science in the Modern World, From 1800 to the Present
0.50 Credits

An introduction to central topics in the history and philosophy of science from the era of post-Enlightenment Romanticism to the modern era of nuclear energy and the World Wide Web, including discussion of changing social attitudes to science; science in relation to technology and industrialization; relations between science, politics and war; the emergence of "Big Science"; and social policy in relation to scientific and technological innovation.†

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Registration status: senior student.
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Waterloo Campus HP202 R - 7 p.m. - 10 p.m. - Winter Term