Thanks to Richard Lehman’s blog this week, I’ve been reading a fascinating review of the advances made by EBM written by two of the co-founders of the movement. Both Benjamin Djulbegovic and Gordon Guyatt have made serious contributions to the growth of EBM, as they charmingly acknowledge in their declaration of interest section from their review paper:
Month: July 2017
In any introductory course in philosophy of science we ask the question whether philosophy of science should be normative or descriptive. This question has a history of its own, which also influenced what has become the ‘mainstream’ in philosophy of science, and that marked a difference between philosophy of science on the one hand and the social studies of science on the other hand.
Conference: Grading Evidence of Mechanisms
Date: 4-5 September
Location: University of Kent