Helen e longino

Helen Longino 1944- current

  • Helen PHD

    Helen earned her PHD at Johns Hopkins university, after already completing her Masters in Philosophy at Sussex university.
  • Science as Social Knowledge, Feb 21, 1990

    Science as Social Knowledge, Feb 21, 1990
    In Science as Social Knowledge, Helen talks about good science and bad science, methodologies, goals, and practices, evidence, and hypothesis.
  • Science as Social Knowledge work cited

    Longino, Helen E. Science as Social Knowledge: Values and Objectivity in Scientific Inquiry. Princeton University Press, 1990.
  • The Fate of Knowledge

    The Fate of Knowledge
    This book focuses on philosophy and sociology needing to work together as opposed to working towards a separate goal. In this book she is using knowledge but also social impacts that affect knowledge. She is addressing the issue of philosophers of science not taking social impacts into account for their research. She looks into scientists research and shows how looking at the social side creates more scientific knowledge. Using this knowledge you would be able to solve many other problems.
  • The Fate of Knowledge work cited

    Longino, Helen E.. The Fate of Knowledge. United States, Princeton University Press, 2018.
  • Studying Human Behavior

    Studying Human Behavior
    Studying Human Behavior is a book Helen wrote in 2013. She focused this book mainly on the study of aggression and sexual orientation. In this book she looks at different approaches including quantitative behavior genetics, molecular behavior genetics, neurophysiological behavioral research, social-environmental behavioral research, and additional integrative approaches.
  • Studying Human Behavior work cited

    Longino, Helen E. Studying Human Behavior: How Scientists Investigate Aggression and Sexuality. The University of Chicago Press, 2013.
  • Doctor honoris causa

    Helen received the Doctor honoris causa from Free University of Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  • Doctor honoris causa

    She received Doctor honoris causa from the University of Turku School of Economics, Finland
  • Fellow Award

    she received this fellow award from American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
  • Fellow Award

    She received a fellow award from American Association for the Advancement of Science
  • Behavioral concepts and the concept of sciences of human behavior

  • Work cited Additional

    CLARENCE IRVING LEWIS PROFESSOR IN PHILOSOPHY. “Helen Longino.” Helen Longino's Profile | Stanford Profiles, profiles.stanford.edu/helen-longino?tab=bio.