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Lighthill Debates

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Notice

AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

PhD student position in epistemology / philosophy of science, Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS

http://www.vu.nl/nl/werken-bij-de-vu/vacatures/2012/1.2012.00314.asp

The Faculty of Philosophy at VU University Amsterdam (the Netherlands) is 
advertising four fully funded four year

Ph.D. positions in epistemology / philosophy of science.

The positions are embedded in a research project entitled 'Science Beyond 
Scientism', which aims to clarify the relations between scientific 
knowledge and other sources of knowledge, esp. in relation to knowledge of 
free will, morality, rationality, and religion.

More details the positions and information about how to apply can be found 
through the following link:

http://www.vu.nl/nl/werken-bij-de-vu/vacatures/2012/1.2012.00314.asp

More background on the project is available here: 
http://www.ph.vu.nl/sciencebeyondscientism.


For further inquiries, please contact the project's principal 
investigator, Ren van Woudenberg, at r.van.woudenberg@vu.nl or +31 20 59 
86678.

The deadline for applications is January 2nd, 2013.


The project has been made possible by a generous grant from the Templeton 
World Charity Foundation.