HNRC 202 is concerned with science as a way of knowing about the world. It focuses on what scientists have learned about what it means to be human, how humans have been shaped by and, in turn, have influenced their environment, and what use we might make of this knowledge. These themes are explored from disciplines in the natural and social sciences: anthropology, biology, and psychology.
Unit E: Why does science matter?
Unit F: What does it mean to be human?
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