Research Group on History and Philosophy of Science and Science Studies

The Research Group encompasses the history and philosophy of the sciences broadly conceived while focused on integrative approaches to history and philosophy of science and on philosophy of science in practice.

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Head of Research Group on History and Philosophy of Science and Science Studies: Professor (wsr) Henrik Kragh Sørensen.

The Research Group for History and Philosophy of Science and Science Studies  holds special expertise in the philosophy of the life sciences, the history and philosophy of mathematics, the philosophy of interdisciplinarity. Research in the group is also directed at other areas of history and philosophy of science that are of special importance to practicing scientists, science policy, and science education.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Members

Name Title Phone E-mail
Christian Benjamin Joas Associate professor  
Claus Emmeche Associate professor +45 51 32 91 49 E-mail
Hanne Andersen Head of Department +45 353-34196 E-mail
Henrik Kragh Sørensen Deputy head of department, professor MSO +45 353-33963 E-mail
Joeri Witteveen Assistant professor, tenure track +45 353-30467 E-mail
Josefine Lomholt Pallavicini Research assistant   E-mail
Kristian Danielsen Research assistant +45 353-32500 E-mail
Kristine Cecile Harper Professor   E-mail
Mikkel Willum Johansen Associate professor +45 353-20381 E-mail
Sara Green Assistant professor, tenure track +45 353-34632 E-mail

Contact

Professor with special responsibilities Henrik Kragh Sørensen 

News in Research Group

  • How humans evolved a sense of right and wrong

    2019.12.17
    In the article "Biological Markets, Cooperation, and the Evolution of Morality”, Joeri Witteveen critically reflects on recent attempts by scientists to explain how humans evolved to have a sense of right and wrong. The article has been featured at the Oxford Think Festival as one of a dozen articles highlighted to provide a fresh new perspective on science. »
  • Kristian Danielsen new Research Assistant at DSE

    2019.09.01
    Kristian Danielsen has started a part-time position as a Research Assistant at DSE on September 1st. »

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