2.2 A Very Brief History of Cosmology part II

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Feb 13, 2021

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A great introduction to philosophy of science. One may wish to have some knowledge of physics to cope with the explanation of dark energy/matter in week 2, but other than that, everyone can take it.

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Nov 26, 2017

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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.

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Week 2: The origins of our universe (Michela Massimi and John Peacock)

How did our universe form and evolve? Was there really a Big Bang, and what came before it?

Taught By

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    Professor Michela Massimi

    Full Professor

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    Dr. Alasdair Richmond

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    Dr. Suilin Lavelle

    Lecturer in Philosophy

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    Dr David Carmel

    Lecturer

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    Dr Mark Sprevak

    Senior Lecturer

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    Professor Duncan Pritchard

    Professor of Philosophy

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    Professor Andy Clark

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    Professor John Peacock

    Professor of Cosmology

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    Professor Barbara Webb

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    Dr Kenny Smith

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    Dr Peggy Series

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    Louise Connelly

    E-Learning Developer

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