"HELEN LONGINO" July 13, 1944- Present Day

Timeline created by Carmenta Meza
  • Philosophy of Science and Perspective

    Philosophy of science has contributed to the insight in many influences on how science have been perceived. Helen Longino pushes the original boundary on these sentiments and says there is a lot more to how Philosophy of science was connected to politics. Helen was prominent in reminding us that our disciplines founders did not subscribed to science and politics being regarded or represented as divided or opposed to one.
  • Philosophy of Science and Perspective (continued)

    Longino questions why Twentieth century philosophers of science that should have been similar and parallel to collective discussions that is deemed a good society per the thoughts of Don Howard. She notes that to account for the external, sociological but also the degeneration of politics in pursuit of calculated benefit. Longino in precise in the context of sociology and how the distinction of the interaction of science and the real world which it is built on.
  • Perspectival Pluralism

    Who are these people to push this distinction in what will interact with the real world? Helen Longino talks about what Pluralism is and it affects in the world of Philosophy of science. Talking about the importance of sociology and it influences on what could be deduced of with multiple approaches. This line of thought allows a single theory to be investigated to a complete extent.
  • Perspectival Pluralism (Continued)

    Perspective in reference to how something is to be viewed and what set in place to be maneuvered to what methods it takes to get there. Helen Longino produces this thought through her literary collaborations, lone written books and or articles.
  • Written Work

    Written Work
    Science as Social Knowledge: Values and Objectivity in Scientific Inquiry. (Princeton University Press, 1990) Studying Human Behavior: How Scientists Investigate Aggression and Sexuality (University of Chicago Press, 2013) The Fate of Knowledge. (Princeton University Press, 2002).
  • Edited Written Work

    Scientific Pluralism, a volume in the Minnesota Studies in Philosophy of Science series, Steven Kellert, Helen E. Longino, and C.K. Waters, eds. (University of Minnesota Press, 2006)
    Women, Gender, and Science, (OSIRIS vol. 12) coedited with Sally Gregory Kohlstedt (University of Chicago Press, 1997).
  • Edited Written Work (Continued)

    Gender and Scientific Authority, coedited with Barbara Laslett, Sally Kohlstedt, and Evelynn Hammonds, (University of Chicago Press, 1996)
    Readings in Feminism and Science, coedited with Evelyn F. Keller, (Oxford University Press, 1996).
    Competition: A Feminist Taboo? coedited with Valerie Miner, (New York: The Feminist Press at the City University of New York, 1987). Published in German as Konkurrenz (Frankfurt, 1990)
  • Helen Longino on Perspectives and Pluralities

  • Bibliography

    Kellert, Stephen H., et al. Scientific Pluralism. University of Minnesota Press, 2006.
    Longino, Helen E. “Comments on Science and Social Responsibility: A Role for Philosophy of Science?.” Philosophy of Science, vol. 64, no. 4, Dec. 1997, p. 5, doi:10.1086/392597.