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Tag: "philosophy of science"
Melissa Merritt considers the logic of Immanuel Kant.
[Issue 132 :: June/July 2019 :: Books]
Will Bouwman considers the development of a paradigmatic revolutionary.
[Issue 131 :: April/May 2019 :: Brief Lives]
Carol Nicholson on a remarkable ethicist and Philosophy Now contributor.
[Issue 129 :: December 2018 / January 2019 :: Obituary]
Thomas Morrison looks hard at Michel Foucault’s problem with science.
[Issue 127 :: August/September 2018 :: Continental Thoughts]
Stephen Asma says biology needs to understand the purpose – the ‘telos’ – of organisms and systems.
[Issue 126 :: June/July 2018 :: Articles]
Massimo Pigliucci says the bad boy of philosophy of science has done it again, posthumously.
[Issue 126 :: June/July 2018 :: Books]
Paul Giladi, Alexis Papazoglou, & Giuseppina D’Oro say we need to recognise that science and the humanities are asking and answering different questions.
[Issue 123 :: December 2017 / January 2018 :: Articles]
Zoran Vukadinovic thinks Spinoza could help us with our enquiries.
[Issue 117 :: December 2016 / January 2017 :: Rebel Realities]
Tim Wilkinson answers the question Was Einstein Right? about general relativity with a “Yes!”.
[Issue 117 :: December 2016 / January 2017 :: Books]
Malcolm E. Brown & Steve Hubbard argue that it’s unlikely.
[Issue 116 :: October/November 2016 :: Articles]