Centre for Applied Philosophy of Science

Centre for Applied Philosophy of Science (CAPS)

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CAPS - a Centre for Applied Philosophy of Science at HH NMBU

News

Listen to the sounds in Plato's cave

Listen to the sounds in Plato's cave

New publication in Phenomenology & Practice by CAPS collaborator, Professor Edvin Østergaard!

Philosophers for Sustainability

Philosophers for Sustainability

 NMBU CAPS has joined the international initiative Philosophers for Sustainability. Here is our statement of commitment.

Meaningless numbers: reflections on risk & causality

Meaningless numbers: reflections on risk & causality

CAPS has invited John-Arne Skolebekken, Professor at NTNU, Department of Public Health and Nursing Faculty of Medicine and Health Science to talk about risk, causality and risk communication. The seminar is open for all students and staff.

 

NMBU CAPS

CAPS an interdisciplinary research centre at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences, led by Elena Rocca and Rani Lill Anjum.Our research is at the interface between philosophy and science.We work to engage researchers, practitioners and students in critical reflections concerning philosophical motivations for scientific methodology, norms and practices.

NMBU CAPS is part of the initiative Philosophers for Sustainability.

 

You find us on the 3rd floor in the Tower Building, Ås campus (main photo). Photo: UMC

Contact information

 

CAPS Centre for Applied Philosophy of Science
School of Economics and Business
NMBU
PO Box 5003
1432 Aas
Norway