Episode 30 - Elisabeth Lloyd

On Episode 30, Nick chats with Elisabeth Lloyd, the Arnold and Maxine Tanis Chair of History and Philosophy of Science at Indiana University, about developing resilience from growing up in adverse circumstances, returning to college after spending a year in a hippie commune to write her own major on Science and Political Theory, getting through a difficult and discouraging environment as a female graduate student who experienced recurring sexual harassment at Princeton, worrying about how knowledge gets made in the sciences as opposed to worrying about securing the possibility of knowledge, evaluating the science as a whole utilizing a "Logic of Research Questions," her recent work with key players in climate science, and the importance for young philosophers and scientists to not pay too much attention to those who put you down.

Timestamps: 0:15 Hello and welcome 02:40 Lisa

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