IDS 220 (AR; NW) The Body in Science and Society (1)
This class will use exemplars from the history of anatomy, physiology, and medicine to examine the intellectual processes that underlie science as a way of understanding the world. In addition, students will be introduced to paradigms for making reasoned judgments about the moral consequences associated with various advances in human biological science.
- Mode of Inquiry: Analyzing Arguments, Reasons, and Values; Understanding the Natural World
- Offering: Spring
- Instructor: Harmer