Minnesota Center for Philosophy of Science records
Scope and Content
The collection contains budget and expense reports, workshop and conference papers, and audio recordings.
- Creation: 1980s
- Minnesota Center for Philosophy of Science (Organization)
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The Minnesota Center for Philosophy of Science (MCPS) was established in 1953 by Herbert Feigl, professor of philosophy at the University of Minnesota, as the first center for philosophy of science in the United States. MCPS holds workshops, conferences, lecture series and courses in the fields of the philosophies of physics, mathematics, biomedical science, mind, psychology and cognitive science. MCPS is also responsible for the editing and publishing (via the University Press) of the Minnesota Studies in the Philosophy of Science series.
12 Cubic Feet (9 boxes; 2 audio trays)
Collection contains the records of the Minnesota Center for Philosophy of Science at the University of Minnesota.
Collection has not been processed.
- Minnesota Center for Philosophy of Science Records, 1980s
- Karen Spilman
- May 2005
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