Darwin-L Message Log 5:231 (January 1994)

Academic Discussion on the History and Theory of the Historical Sciences

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<5:231>From ad201@freenet.carleton.ca  Mon Jan 31 11:50:31 1994

Date: Mon, 31 Jan 1994 12:58:33 -0500
From: ad201@freenet.carleton.ca (Donald Phillipson)
To: Darwin-L@ukanaix.cc.ukans.edu
Subject: Intros.

Advertisements for oneself....

Science reporter in 1960s, history research at the National Research
Council of Canada in the 1970s, professional training at the Montreal
Univ. Institute for History and Science Policy in the 1980s, teaching
associate at Queen's University's engineering faculty and Concordia
University's Science and Human Affairs Programme.

Standing interests:
(1)  History of science and technology, specializing in Canada;
(2)  Westernization and "cultural imperialism;"
(3)  Dynamics of knowledge (cf. Derek Price and Eugene Garfield);
(4)  History of ideas, i.e scientific contributions to general culture
and cultural elements in science.
(5)  Chamber choir singing.
(6)  Fly fishing.

 |         Donald Phillipson, 4050 Hall's Road, Carlsbad           |
 |      Springs, Ont., Canada K0A 1K0; tel: (613) 822-0734         |
 |  "What I've always liked about science is its independence from |
 |  authority"--Ontario Science Centre (name on file) 10 July 1981 |

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