Helen Longino

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  • Birth

    Helen Longino was born July 13, 1944. Helen Longino. Retrieved from https://www.scientowiki.com/Helen_Longino
  • Received BA

    Received BA
    Helen received her BA from Barnard College in 1966 Helen Longino’s profile. Retrieved from https://profiles.stanford.edu/helen-longino
  • Received MA

    Received MA
    Helen received her MA in Philosophy from Sussex University in 1967. Helen Longino’s profile. Retrieved from https://profiles.stanford.edu/helen-longino
  • Received PhD

    Received PhD
    Helen received her PhD from the John Hopkins University in 1973. Helen Longino’s profile. Retrieved from https://profiles.stanford.edu/helen-longino
  • Helen Longino and Philosophy

    Helen Longino and Philosophy
    Helen Longino is a philosopher known for her contributions on the role of values in science, role of social interaction in scientific objectivity and social epistemology. She is an important figure in feminist epistemology and social epistemology. She emphasizes usefulness of non-epistemically values and acknowledges that scientific objectivity and knowledge is community property rather than that of individuals. Helen Longino. Retrieved from https://www.scientowiki.com/Helen_Longino
  • Professor Helen Longino

    Professor Helen Longino
    Currently, Helen Longino teaches philosophy, science, and feminism at Stamford University. She became the Clarence Irving Lewis Professor of Philosophy in 2008 and served as chair of the philosophy department from 2008-2011. Helen Longino’s profile. Retrieved from https://profiles.stanford.edu/helen-longino
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    Books

    Helen Longino has authored three well known books including Science As Social Knowledge (Princeton University Press, 1990), The Fate of Knowledge (Princeton University Press, 2001) and Studying Human Behavior, a study of the relationship between logical, epistemological, and social aspects of behavioral research (University of Chicago Press, 2013). Helen Longino’s profile. Retrieved from https://profiles.stanford.edu/helen-longino