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|Affiliation||Univ. of Vienna, Department of Philosophy|
|Areas of Research||Paradigms and Research Traditions in Social Sciences, Philosophy of Action, Philosophy of Sociology, Social Epistemology and Cognitive Sociology, Social Ontology, Sociology of Science, Value-Neutrality in the Social Sciences, History of the Social Sciences, General Philosophy of Science|
|Biographical Info||I am Professor of Philosophy of Science and Epistemology at the University of Vienna since 2009. I came to Vienna from HPS Cambridge where I held a chair in Philosophy and Sociology of the Sciences (since 2003). I did my PhD in Oulu (Finland) in 1989.|