Don Howard
Department of Philosophy 
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University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN 46556
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Areas of Interest:
Philosophy of Science
Foundations of Physics
History of the Philosophy of Science
Ethics of Science and Technology

Curriculum Vitae Brief Bio

Selected Papers, Presentations,
and Manuscripts

Media Relations

 

Courses: Spring 2016:
PHIL13185 Philosophy University Seminar: Philosophy of Science (Fall 2016)
PHIL93889/HPS 93820 Einstein's Philosophy of Science

Other courses




The Great Courses:
Albert Einstein: Physicist,
Philosopher, Humanitarian
Don Howard



Notre Dame Summer Leadership Seminar, "Science, Ethics, and Responsibility"

Science Matters Blog

Occasional Thoughts on Science – Its History,
Its Philosophy, Its Contexts, and Its Impact
on Society, Politics, Culture, and Theology

 



   
Revisiting the Foundations of Relativistic Physics
 

 

Einstein Studies
Series (Springer)
    
  Anche Einstein gioca a dadi   HOPOS: The Journal of the International Society for the History of Philosophy of Science The Challenge of the
Social and the Pressure
of Practice
(University of Pittsburgh
Press)

Revisiting the Founda-
tions of Relativistic
Physics.
Stachel Festschrift
(Kluwer/Springer)

The Collected Papers
of Albert Einstein
(Princeton University
Press)
The Collected Papers
of Albert Einstein —
English Translation
(Princeton University
Press)