The Universal Language of Science Logical Reasoning and Truth

Why ‘The Universal Language of Science Logical Reasoning and Truth’?

“I think therefore I am.” (Descartes) Is it as simple as this?

 

What is the relevance of philosophy to science? And how does science relate to magic, religion, and other ways of explaining the inexplicable?

Modules in this sub-theme explore the history of western scientific thought, and its impact on the world and humanity.

Does the way we think affect what we do and don’t discover? Does altering our ideas change just the way we see the world, or change the world itself? What would happen if …?

This sub-theme is most suited to students who already have some scientific knowledge (eg studied a science subject at A-Level).

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If you're attracted to this sub-theme, you might also like to explore the discovery modules in 'Ethics, Religion and Law' and 'Technology and its Impacts'

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