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***The Spring ISHPSSB Newsletter*** will be out by the end of this
week.  Text will be posted on the Society web page.

http://server.phil.vt.edu/ishpssb/
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Subject:  New URL for Beginner's Guide to Research in the History of
Science
Date:  Tue, 9 Jun 1998 02:41:59 -0700 (PDT)
From:  Ronald Tobey <[log in to unmask]>

"Horus Gets In Gear: A Beginner's Guide to Research in the History of
Science" moves to a new URL as of July 1:

http://www.lucknow.com/horus/guide/tp1.html

Note that the page address is as in "tp one.html" (not as in "tp
el.html").

Please update the address for the "Beginner's Guide" wherever  you have
listed it as a resource.

Thank you.
Ronald Tobey, Professor
Department of History 049
University of California
Riverside CA 92521-0204 USA
(messages) 909-787-5401x1993
(fax) 909-787-5299
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Subject:  Darwin and Darwinism
Date:  Mon, 8 Jun 1998 18:33:12 +0000
From:  "Ian Pitchford" <[log in to unmask]>

NEW DISCUSSION FORUM: DARWIN & DARWINISM

Darwin and Darwinism is a forum for discussion of any and all matters
concerned with evolution. This means Darwin, his life and theories,
Darwinian scholarship, including other approaches to evolution in the
past
and present. It is also intended to include findings, debates, concepts
and
philosophical disscussions about Darwinian ideas in other disciplines,
including, for example, Darwinian psychology, social science,
epistemology
and the relevance of  Darwinism to moral, cultural, social, political
and
ideological matters.

One of the aims of the forum is to provide a place where different
disciplines and points of view which often do not make much contact can
debate in a single space. This means that sharp disagreements are very
likely. The forum leaders are determined that these will be condicted in
a
civil manner.

Forum Moderator:  Robert M. Young
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Co-Moderator: Ian Pitchford
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Department of History, Science, and Culture
Mt. Angel Seminary, St. Benedict, Oregon   97373
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