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HPS1000H
Introduction to the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology
(pro- seminar: required for all students in their first term)

HPS1001H/1002H/1003H/1004H/1005Y
Individual Reading and Research in the History and/or Philosophy of Science and Technology

HPS1500H+
Research Paper (available only to pre-2005 admitted students)

HPS1100Y
Advanced Research Paper
(required for all students)

Introductory Courses

HPS2000H
Introduction to the History of Mathematics

HPS2001H
Introduction to the History of Physics

HPS2003H
Introduction to of the History of Biology

HPS2004H
Introduction to the History of Medicine

HPS2005H
Introduction to the History of Technology I

HPS2006H
Introduction to the History of Technology II

HPS2007H
Introduction to the History of Astronomy

HPS2008H
Introduction to the History of Psychology

HPS2009H
Introduction to the History and Philosophy of the Social Sciences

HPS3000H
Introduction to the Philosophy of Science

HPS3001H
Introduction to the Philosophy of Biology

History of Science Courses

Enrolment in HPS4000-series courses by history-stream students requires that two HPS2000 series courses and one HPS3000 series course have been taken or are concurrently being taken. On the recommendation of the student’s faculty advisor, the Director of Graduate Studies may waive some or all of this requirement.

HPS4000H
Historical Introduction to the Sociology of Scientific Knowledge

HPS4001H
The Scientific Revolution: Galileo to Newton

HPS4002H
History of Systematics

HPS4003H
History of Evolutionary Biology

HPS4004H
History of Physiology

HPS4006H
History of Immunology

HPS4007H
Body, Medicine, and Society in Early Modern Europe

HPS4008H
Chemistry from Lavoisier to Mendeleev

HPS4009H
The Invention of Modern Biology

HPS4010H
Newton and Mechanics

HPS4011H
History of Engineering

HPS4012H
Science in Canadian History


HPS4014H
The Biology of Death: Experimental Biology and Experimental Medicine, 1860– 1940

HPS4015H
Science in the Renaissance

HPS4016H
Human Genetics and the Eugenics Movement

HPS4017H
The Rise of Eugenics: A Comparative History

HPS4018H
The Emergence of Modern Mathematics in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries

HPS4019H
Studies in Ancient and Medieval Science

HPS4020H
Medieval Technology and Society

HPS4021H
Technology and War: 1090–1918

HPS4100H
Historical Topics in Scientific Methodology

HPS4101H
Topics in the History of Physics in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries

HPS4103H
Topics in the History of Chemistry, 1600–1950

HPS4104H
Topics in Ancient Greek and Scientific Revolution Mathematics

HPS4105H
Topics in the History of the Social and Behavioural Sciences

HPS4300H
Historical Research: Methods, Sources, Approaches

Philosophy Courses

Enrolment in HPS4000-series courses by philosophy- stream students requires that two HPS3000-series courses and one HPS2000-series course have been taken or are concurrently being taken. On the recommendation of the student’s faculty advisor, the Director of Graduate Studies may waive some or all of this requirement.

HPS3003H
Social Studies of Medicine

HPS4500H
Religion and Science on Human Sexuality

HPS4501H
Biology and Human Nature

HPS4503H
Philosophy Applied to History of Science

HPS4504H
Laws of Nature

HPS4505H
Complexity, Reduction and Emergence in Contemporary Biology

HPS4506H
Philosophy of Medicine

HPS4508H
Philosophy of Physics

HPS4509H
Philosophy of Probability

HPS4510H
Philosophy of Economics

HPS4511H
Philosophy of Science and Religion

HPS4512H
Thought Experiments

HPS4513H
The Marxist Theory of Knowledge and History

HPS4514H
Conceptual and Theoretical Foundations of Historiography

HPS4600H
Theory of Scientific Change

HPS4601H
Special Topics in the philosophy of Science: Social Epistemology

JPH2192H
Philosophy of Science

JPH2194H
Topics in History of the Philosophy of Science

 
 

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