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::: getting here
The Center for Philosophy of Science is in the University of Pittsburgh’s main campus in Oakland, Pittsburgh, in the landmark Cathedral of Learning. Pittsburgh is the largest city in western Pennsylvania and is readily accessible by air, using Pittsburgh International Airport, and road. Pittsburgh is also served by bus and rail.

::: campus
The University of Pittsburgh is an urban campus, three miles east of downtown Pittsburgh. It adjoins the Carnegie Mellon University campus, the Carnegie Museum and Art Gallery, and the green expanses of Schenley Park. Its central building is the landmark Cathedral of Learning, an architecturally notable gothic skyscraper. The Center's offices are on its 11th floor.

::: pittsburgh
The city is a rich and exciting place to visit. It is divided into many neighborhoods, each with a distinctive character, and it is thriving artistically and culturally.

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