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Scientific Knowledge

by Grant Bartley
[Issue 133 :: August/September 2019 :: Editorial]

Philosophy of Science: The First 2½ Millennia

Will Bouwman asks what really matters when studying matter.
[Issue 133 :: August/September 2019 :: Philosophy & Science]

Einstein vs Logical Positivism

Rossen Vassilev Jr. asks if modern physics has become too metaphysical.
[Issue 133 :: August/September 2019 :: Philosophy & Science]

Science & Phenomenology

Kalina Moskaluk tells us how an idea outside of her theoretical background destroyed her research project and her faith in ‘simple’ phenomenology.
[Issue 133 :: August/September 2019 :: Philosophy & Science]

DNA & The Identity Crisis

Raymond Keogh has a science-based take on personal identity.
[Issue 133 :: August/September 2019 :: Philosophy & Science]

Flora or Mona Lisa?

Predrag Slijepcevic asks if organisms are better seen as singular or as composites.
[Issue 133 :: August/September 2019 :: Philosophy & Science]

John Dupré

John Dupré is Professor of Philosophy of Science at the University of Exeter and Director of Egenis, the Centre for the Study of Life Sciences. He was recently elected President of the Philosophy of Science Association. Edit Talpsepp-Randla talks to him about the philosophy of biology.
[Issue 133 :: August/September 2019 :: Interview]

In Measure Began Our Might

Raymond Tallis takes the measure of measurement.
[Issue 133 :: August/September 2019 :: Tallis in Wonderland]

Simon & Finn

by Melissa Felder
[Issue 133 :: August/September 2019 :: Cartoon]

Steve Delmonte’s Cartoon

by Steve Delmonte
[Issue 133 :: August/September 2019 :: Cartoon]

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