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Durbin was an early advocate of interdisciplinary research and teaching before
it gained the prominence it has today. A
pioneer in the field of the philosophy of technology, he collaborated with
others in assembling the research in this new and distinctive discipline that
has become neither traditional philosophy of science nor the history of
industrial progress. Paul edited and
published several large volumes of work on the philosophy of technology, in a
major enterprise supported by large research grants. He knew how to foster the collaborative
efforts of scholars at the University of Delaware and elsewhere (including
Europe, and Germany in particular) to bring together insights spanning the
gamut from the history of technology to the interpretation of technology's
impact in works of literature. Paul was
a very active contributor to the intellectual life of the University, as well
as to the State of Delaware and most especially to community, civic, and political
affairs in Wilmington, where he resided.
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