January 31, 2012
Rob Deltete, professor of philosophy in the College of Arts and Sciences, has written a number of pieces that will be published in the coming months, including: "Planck, Ostwald, and the Second Law of Thermodynamics," in HOPOS: International Journal for the History and Philosophy of Science; "Georg Helm's Chemical Energetics," in HYLE: International Journal for the Philosophy of Chemistry; "McMullin on Anthropic Reasoning in Cosmology," in The American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly; and a review of "Pierre Duhem's 'good sense'; Does it make any sense" for Philosophy of Science.
The article for The American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly was part of a symposium given at the ACPA meeting in St. Louis in October honoring the work of Fr. Ernan McMullin, a prominent philosopher of science at Notre Dame, who died last year. Another symposiast, whose paper will also be in the issue, was Pat McDonald, an SU alum and currently associate professor of philosophy at SPU, who organized our session.
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