James Lancaster

James A. T. Lancaster is an intellectual historian who received his PhD from the Warburg Institute in the University of London. He is currently a UQ Research Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities (IASH) and Affiliate Academic in the School of Historical and Philosophical Inquiry (HAPI) at the University of Queensland.

Science
Apr 25, 2018

Just because it looks like common sense, doesn't mean there's scientific evidence

The term 'evidence' has a fascinating linguistic and social history – and it’s a good reminder that even today the truth of scientific evidence depends on it being presented in a convincing way, writes James A. T. Lancaster

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