Helen Longino, The American Philolopher

  • Helen Longino Birth

  • B.A. English Literature

    Helen received a B. A. in English Literature at Barnard College
  • M.A. in Philosophy

    Helen received her M.A. in Philosophy from the University of Sussex, England
  • Ph.D

    Helen received her Ph.D at John Hawkins University, Maryland
  • Helen's Dissertation

    Helen wrote her dissertation on Interference and Scientific Discovery.
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    First teaching career

    Longino first taught at the University of California, in San Diego. She first worked as a professor of Introduction to Philosophy and later moved to the upper division teaching philosophy of science and the history of philosophy.
    Reference: Helen E. Longino, Curriculum Vitae, 2012.
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    Second Teaching

    Helen Longino Begin working at Mills College where her career there lasted a while. Here she taught Gender and Science.
    Reference: Helen E. Longino, 2012. Curriculum Vitae. https://philosophy.stanford.edu/sites/g/files/sbiybj9411/f/longino_cv-fall2012.pdf
  • Longino First Book!

    Longino First Book!
    In 1990, Helen published her first book. "Science of Social Knowledge" which argued the values and relevance on social values.
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    Rice University

    Her there movement in her career begin at Rice University. She was the Gender and Knowledge professor.
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    Movement to different univerisity

    Longino moved to a different university in 1995 and began working for University of Minnesota.
  • Fate of Knowledge Book

    Fate of Knowledge Book
    In 2002, Longino published her second book called "The Fate of Knowledge". This book focuses on the knowledge and problems of philosophers. The book also tries to overcome the differences or have conciliated the philosophical with the sociological claims.
    Helen Verran-Watson (1991) Science and Social Knowledge: Values and Objectivity in Scientific. Princeton University Press, pp. ix + 262, ISBN 0 86287 836 4 (pbk.), Prometheus, 9:1, 161-164, DOI: 10.1080/08109029108631919
  • Best Book Award

    In 2002, Helen received an award for her book, "The Fate of Knowledge". The award was the Robert K. Merton Professional Award.
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    Stanford University

    After the University of Minnesota, Helen moved her career to Stanford University. She was greatly recognized there. Here is a link to a video of her talking about Individual or populations. It talks about how people are scaled.
    https://binged.it/2LtyOaE Helen Longino: Individuals or Populations: How Scale Matters
    YouTube. 4/27/2015. Rotman Institute of Philosophy
  • Clarence Irvin Lewis Professor

    In 2008. Longino became the Clarence Irvin Lewis Professor of Philosophy at Stanford University.
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    Chair of Philosophy

    Helen Longino served as the Chair of Philosophy.
    "Helen Longino." Encyclopedia of Scientonomy, . 2 Dec 2017, 08:43 UTC. 6 Sep 2019, 16:49 https://scientowiki.com/index.phptitle=Helen_Longino&oldid=13313.
  • Third Publication

    Third Publication
    Helen published her third publication, " Studying Human Behavior: How Scientist Investigate Aggression and Sexuality". In this book, Longino directs five different scientific approaches to how aggression and sexuality are epistemological.
    Helen Longino, Studying Human Behavior: How Scientists Investigate Aggression and Sexuality, University of Chicago Press, 2013, 256pp, ISBN 9780226492889.
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    President of the Philosophy of Science Association

    Longino served as the President of the Philosophy of Science Association for a few years.
  • The Best Book in Feminist Philosophy Prize

    In 2014, Longoni's book " Studying Human Behavior" received the Best Book in Feminist Philosophy prize from the Women's Caucus of the Philosophy of Science Association.
  • Election

    In 2016, Helen was elected into the American Academy of Art and Sciences.