MSc Alumni in Philosophy of Science

Greg Grzegorz Lewicki (2010–2011)

29 September 2011|

Shortly after returning to Poland, I started a journalist internship in a big Polish weekly (circulation approx 130,000). I am writing mostly about the impact of science and technology on our interconnected society. This is very much related to my studies at LSE (MSc Philosophy of Science).

Stephan Guettinger (2009–2010)

29 September 2010|

I did the MSc in Philosophy of Science at LSE because I wanted to change my field of work: coming from the life sciences, I wanted to leave the bench and do research on the more general questions addressed in philosophy of (life) science. The MSc at LSE offered me exactly what I was looking for: an […]

Marina Baldissera Pacchetti (2009–2010)

29 September 2010|

My choice to embark on the MSc program in History and Philosophy of Science at LSE came from a strong tendency toward investigating my field of interest at a deeper and more thorough level; before starting the MSc, in fact, I had graduated in Mathematics and Physics at UCL. I chose the LSE because it offered what I was […]

Paul Robinson (2007–2008)

29 September 2008|

I was attracted to the LSE program by the large range of subjects covered, and I wasn’t disappointed, having benefitted from intercollegiate teaching at KCL. Both lectures and seminars are given by experts in the field, and class sizes are generally small, allowing personal interaction. I also profited from attending events organised through LSE’s Centre for Philosophy […]

Stephen Tiley (2005–2006)

29 September 2006|

My time studying at the LSE was undoubtedly the most rewarding academic experience I’ve had. The courses were well structured and the lecturers had a contagious enthusiasm for the subjects they taught that transferred onto their students. It was both a joy and a privilege to study and learn under the guidance of faculty members who were […]

Paolo Maugeri (2005–2006)

29 September 2006|

Currently, I am a PhD student at the European School of Molecular Medicine in Milan. I consider the experience I had at the Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method as the building block of my personality and of my philosophical formation.

Studying philosophy at LSE was an exciting experience. As a Master student you are […]

Goeffrey Ho (2005–2006)

29 September 2006|

LSE’s MSc programme in the Philosophy & History of Science was a breath of fresh air after three years of undergraduate mathematics. The class came together from a remarkably diverse range of backgrounds — academically, socially and culturally — which made for some fascinating and at times passionate discussions. Ever wondered what you get if you put […]

Justin Bledin (2005–2006)

29 September 2006|

In 2005-6, I was a MSc student in the Philosophy & History of Science track. In the intensive one-year course, I studied the philosophy of science and physics at LSE and took an intercollegiate course at UCL in the philosophy of mathematics. Now a doctorate student in UC Berkeley’s Logic Group, I look back at my time […]

Bengt Autzen (2005–2006)

29 September 2006|

I arrived at the LSE with a degree in mathematics but no formal training in philosophy. The tight curriculum of the MSc in Philosophy and History of Science enabled me to learn in a very short time about the current debates in the philosophy of science and put me in an excellent starting position for PhD work […]

Isabel Guerra Bobo (2004–2005)

29 September 2005|

I had just graduated in Theoretical Physics when I went to LSE for the MSc. in Philosophy of History of Science. This program gave me a very good point of entry to the study of philosophical issues concerning physics, in particular, and science, in general. Having never followed an academic training in philosophy the year program gave […]