Philosophy and science: the nature and the structure of science, general characteristics of science, the foundations of modern physics, physics and the mind, the ideas of biology, the social sciences; philosophy and technology: science, technology and industry; moral issues: technology: liberation or enslavement-, medical ethics: case studies,- computer ethics, engineering ethics, managerial ethics: ethical decision making and cognitive framework, leadership and ethics, role of organizational context in ethical conduct:; bio- diversity: third world perspective; philosophy of religion: approaches- to the study- of religion:anthropological,feminist,sociological,phenomenological,psychological.
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