The purpose of the European Network for the Philosophy of the Social Sciences (ENPOSS) is to promote, encourage and facilitate academic discussion and research in the philosophy of the social sciences. To see the full text, click here.
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ENPOSS special issues
Philosophy of the Social Sciences is the official journal of ENPOSS.
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|Affiliation||New York University|
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|Areas of Research||Emergence and Complexity, Psychoanalysis and Philosophy, Process Philosophy; Metaphor in the Sciences; Laboratory Ethnography|
|Biographical Info||Ph.D., Philosophy (Fordham); M.S. Chemistry (Georgetown). I teach global humanities and core science courses in New York University's Liberal Studies program, in New York City. Research interests include the cross-cultural history of science and technology; history and philosophy of chemistry; mythical tendencies of scientific ideas and institutions;|