|Ecological sciences and conservation have philosophical implications|
Philosophy and especially ethics and epistemology can provide practical ways to investigate crucial questions:
- How science is actually working? Why science is said "objective"?
- What is the meaning of concepts and methods used in science?
- Should scientists advocate?
- Why nature must be protected?
Working on these questions helps me to better understand the reasonings and values at stake in my scientific research.
I have therefore started a master degree in philosophy with a specific focus on the topic of objectivity in scientific research. I have addressed whether objectivity was reached at the following stages of the scientific research: the scientific language itself, the scientific method, and the scientific community
For my master degree of philosophy I have worked on:|