Magnus Podcast

Ep. 003 – The Scientific Revolution and its Upshot for Philosophy, Joseph Zepeda.

Dr. Joseph Zepeda is Associate Professor at Saint Mary’s College of California, where he teaches in the Integral Program of Liberal Arts, a four-year Great Books curriculum. A graduate of Thomas Aquinas College, he completed his doctoral study in History and Philosophy of Science at the University of Notre Dame before joining the Integral Program. His published work focuses on the relations between scientific and philosophical thought in the Scientific Revolution, and more broadly on the history of philosophy. His articles have appeared in Intellectual History Review, History of Philosophy Quarterly, and the Journal of Inklings Studies. He lives in the East Bay area of Northern California with his wife Julie and their seven children.

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