Raphael's School of Athens depicting Plato (left) and Aristotle (right) debating whether knowledge comes from ideas or observations.  This picture symbolizes the tension in science between theory and empiricism and the value of civil discourse in the pursuit of knowledge.
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Dennis Patrick Leyden, Ph. D.
Associate Professor of Economics

Dennis Patrick Leyden

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