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|Affiliation||University of California-Santa Cruz|
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|Areas of Research||Paradigms and Research Traditions in Social Sciences, Philosophy of History, Philosophy of Sociology, Psychoanalysis and Philosophy, Social Norms, Sociology of Science, Social Epistemology and Cognitive Sociology|
|Biographical Info||I am a member of the Philosophy Department at the University of California-Santa Cruz. My primary areas of research include philosophy of social science, philosophy of history, naturalized epistemology, and topics in the history of analytic philosophy (especially connected to Quine). More information, including links to publications, available on my web site: humweb.ucsc.edu/paroth|