Editor's Introduction: Hungarian Studies in Lakatos' Philosophies of Mathematics and Science
Stefania Ruzsits Jha is a research fellow at the Boston University Center for Philosophy and History of Science, completing her investigation of Eugene Wigner's claim that his epistemology of quantum physics was influenced by Michael Polanyi's epistemology of tacit knowing. Previously she was research associate at Harvard University's Philosophy of Education Research Center, where she participated in research projects for the Mandel Institute of Jerusalem. Her research interests are in scientific innovation and the philosophy of mind in the context of history of science. Jha is the author of Reconsidering Michael Polanyi's Philosophy (2002) and published papers on topics including medical epistemology and the cognitive process in mentoring.
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Stefania R. Jha; Editor's Introduction: Hungarian Studies in Lakatos' Philosophies of Mathematics and Science. Perspectives on Science 2006; 14 (3): 257–262. doi: https://doi.org/10.1162/posc.2006.14.3.257
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