Mathieu CHARBONNEAU

Assistant Professor

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Mathieu Charbonneau is Assistant Professor at Mohammed VI Polytechnic University. He holds a Ph.D. in philosophy of science from the Université de Montréal, Canada (2013). His research interests lie at the intersection of the philosophy of social sciences, the philosophy of technology, the philosophy of biology, and cognitive science. An important part of his research concerns the interdisciplinary interface between biology and the social sciences, especially concerning the onset of the human species, the birth of cultures, and the advent of human technologies. He is now working on the distribution of cognitive load in science and the impact of novel technologies on scientific and conceptual change, particularly in 20th century palaeoarchaeology.

Courses
For the academic year 2021-2022

  • BEH201    Human Nature: Mind, Behavior, Society
  • RES101S   L'Ecriture Académique
  • PHI001E    Philosophie des Sciences Sociales
  • RES202S    Méthodes d'Apprentissage Appliquées

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Mathieu CHARBONNEAU

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