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Introduction
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All physical phenomena (effects) have physical causes.
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need for explanation; focus on change; focus on substance; Thales, Anaximander and Anaximenes
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one or many; Atomism
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Invention of universals and particulars (type and token) by Socrates, and differentiation of types into genus and species by Plato,
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what is a world view? Contrasting atomist (relativist) and categorical (Aristotelian) world view.
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Plato and Aristotle
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Aristotle
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Mathematics in Alexandria (Euclid & Archimedes)
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Mathematics in Alexandria (Euclid & Archimedes)
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Demarcating science (characteristics of science)
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continued discussion on demarcation criteria (counter-intuition as a feature of science)
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How did Galileo discover the law of free fall? Part I
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How did Galileo discover the law of free fall? Part II
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Discussion on conceptual change
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seminars announcement, brief on evolution, taxonomy.
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Chemical revolution
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briefs on analysis and synthesis, circulation of blood, and discussion on conservation
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