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Steve Fuller graduated from Columbia University in History & Sociology before gaining an M.Phil. from Cambridge and PhD from Pittsburgh, both in the History and Philosophy of Science.
His major publications are: Social Epistemology (1988), Philosophy of Science and its Discontents (2nd edn.)(1993), Philosophy, Rhetoric and the End of Knowledge (2nd edn)(2003), Science (1997), The Governance of Science: Ideology and the Future of the Open Society (2000), Thomas Kuhn: A Philosophical History of Our Times (2000), Knowledge Management Foundations (2002) and Kuhn vs Popper: The Struggle for the Soul of Science (2003).
Major areas of research are the future of the University and critical intellectuals, the emergence of intellectual property in the information society, the interdisciplinary challenges in the natural and social sciences, the political and epistemological consequences of the new biology.
His undergraduate teaching is in the sociology of law and the sociology of science. He supervises many Ph.D. students and teaches philosophy of the social sciences in the Ph.D. research training programme.
Department of Sociology
University of Warwick