Many of the mathematical elements were beyond me, but the instructors presented the material in such a way that it really demonstrated the art of philosophical thinking about the field of science.
Thx to the professors for a wonderful overivew in understanding our universe. Also the role of the anthropic principle and philosophical approaches in advancing scientific progress in cosmology.
By Gabriel C•
This course very much helpful to those who are new philosophy of science.
By Samuel F F•
Esperava explicações mais simples dos fenômenos, muitas vezes me perdia
By Simone P•
Astonishing insights. Very well taught.
By Aiza R A C•
Mind blowing and informative
By Daniel S•
Really enjoyed it!
By Anuj K•
By Dr.FAKRUDDIN B S•
By Cliff S•
Though familiar with the material, the lectures made several very nice key points about the Philosophy of Science which I found useful. However there are a few issues :
-a lot of the lecturing is on a board which is hard to read
-there is a lot more science than there is Philosophy
The latter isn't necessarily a bad thing, but based on the title I expected more of the latter.
By Saqib R•
Really informative. Equations were a bit difficult to understand. I felt that there was a bias towards anthropic principle.
By Zaher A H•
Very technical and focuses more on cosmology than on the principles of Philosophy of Science
By Rebecca C•
Found it a bit hard to follow, some aspects could've been explained in more detail.
By LAM Y W•
too much mathematics equations and formulas
By MD. N M K•
It would be better if you didn't use Cosmology in this course. Because it is hard to grasp and it seems to be more speculative.
By Joy S•
2nd time trying this. Hard to understand subject. Short class.
By Araslanova A•
Waste of Time : supereasy and shallow