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  1. Philosophy Through Science Fiction: A Coursebook with Readings by Ryan Nichols, Nicholas D. Smith, et all 2008-09-19
  2. Readings in the Philosophy of Social Science (Bradford Books)
  3. Physics and Philosophy: The Revolution in Modern Science by Werner Heisenberg, 2007-05-01
  4. Evidence for God: 50 Arguments for Faith from the Bible, History, Philosophy, and Science
  5. Science, Philosophy and Human Behavior in the Soviet Union by Loren R. Graham, 1989-09
  6. The Philosophy of Science (Oxford Readings in Philosophy)
  7. Philosophy of Science: An Anthology (Blackwell Philosophy Anthologies)
  8. Heidegger's Philosophy of Science (Perspectives in Continental Philosophy) by Trish Glazebrook, 2000-01-01
  9. Readings in Philosophy and Cognitive Science
  10. A History of Science in Society: From Philosophy to Utility
  11. Introduction to the Philosophy of Science by Lisa Bortolotti, 2008
  12. The Routledge Companion to Philosophy of Science (Routledge Philosophy Companions)
  13. Philosophy and Science Fiction
  14. Feminism and Philosophy of Science: An Introduction (Understanding Feminist Philosophy) by Elizabeth Potter, 2006-05-15

21. John Post's Philosophy Place -- Big Questions Handled With Care
Professor of Philosophy at Vanderbilt University. Published in metaphysics, epistemology, philosophy of language, logic, philosophy of science, metaethics, and philosophy of religion.
The real drama in philosophy remains where it has always been, in pairing the rage for order with delight in near chaotic variety. And the highest challenge is to express the two entwined, to express them by a harmony of argument and metaphor, of logic and passion, so that we may understand and respond with all that is best in us.

John Post is Professor of Philosophy, Emeritus, at Vanderbilt University. He has published in metaphysics, epistemology, philosophy of language, logic, philosophy of science, meta-ethics, and philosophy of religion. He is currently writing a book on epistemology: Minimal Epistemology: Beyond Terminal Philosophy to Truth (latest working title). Here are some further links (under construction) to his work:

22. JSTOR: The British Journal For The Philosophy Of Science
The British Journal for the philosophy of science. JSTOR coverage Vols. JournalInformation for The British Journal for the philosophy of science.
The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science
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Publisher Oxford University Press on behalf of The British Society for the Philosophy of Science Fixed Wall Tables of contents for recent issues of The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science are available at . Authorized users may be able to access the full text articles at this site. The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science encourages the application of philosophical techniques to issues raised by the natural and human sciences. These include general questions of scientific knowledge and objectivity, as well as more particular problems arising within specific disciplines. Topics currently being discussed in the journal include: scientific realism, causation, the logic of natural selection, the interpretation of quantum mechanics, the direction of time, probability and confirmation. ISSN
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23. Heelan Home Page
Different articles of Prof. Patrick A. Heelan
HERMENEUTICS AND THE PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE Patrick A. Heelan William Gaston Professor of Philosophy Georgetown University
Ph.D. in philosophy, Louvain; Ph.D. in geophysics, St. Louis University; post-doc in high energy physics at Princeton; also research fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies, Dublin, and Senior Fellow at the Center for the History and Philosophy of Science, Pittsburgh University Presently: William A. Gaston Professor of Philosophy, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., 20057 Formerly: Vice President for Arts and Sciences and Dean for Humanities and Fine Arts at SUNY Stony Brook; Executive Vice President for the Main Campus, Georgetown University. Professor Heelan has published articles in both philosophy and science; in the philosophy of science, his major interest is in the generation, transmission, and empirical validation of meanings (that is, hermeneutics in the physical sciences with special reference to the philosophies of Husserl, Heidegger, and Merleau-Ponty. He has been on the editorial board of American Philosophical Quarterly and Journal of Social and Biological Structures , and consults for many other journals and publishers. He has published over a hundred articles as well as

24. Feminist Epistemology And Philosophy Of Science
By Elizabeth Anderson.Category Society Philosophy Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy......Feminist Epistemology and philosophy of science. Feminist epistemologyand philosophy of science studies the ways in which gender
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Feminist Epistemology and Philosophy of Science
The central concept of feminist epistemology is that of a situated knower, and hence of situated knowledge: knowledge that reflects the particular perspectives of the subject. Feminist philosophers are interested in how gender situates knowing subjects. They have articulated three main approaches to this question: feminist standpoint theory, feminist postmodernism, and feminist empiricism. Different conceptions of how gender situates knowers also inform feminist approaches to the central problems of the field: grounding feminist criticisms of science and feminist science, defining the proper roles of social and political values in inquiry, evaluating ideals of objectivity and rationality, and reforming structures of epistemic authority.
Situated Knowers
Feminist epistemology conceives of knowers as situated in particular relations to what is known and to other knowers. What is known, and the way that it is known, thereby reflects the situation or perspective of the knower. Here we are concerned with

25. Humbul : History & Philosophy Of Science
History philosophy of science Search Humbul's entire catalogue ofonline History philosophy of science resources. All Any Phrase
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26. Philosophy Of Science And Mathematics Events In Britain
To help philosophers of science and mathematics in Britain to find each other in ordinary spacetime.Category Society Philosophy Philosophy of Mathematics Conferences...... is independent of (but a friend to) groups such as the British Society for the Historyof Mathematics and The British Society for the philosophy of science.
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The original purpose of this page was to help philosophers of science and mathematics in Britain to find each other. At that time (1995), many philosophical groups and societies lacked web-sites of their own. That has changed, and as a result this page has largely lost its purpose. However, you may find the links below useful. This page is independent of (but a friend to) groups such as the British Society for the History of Mathematics and The British Society for the Philosophy of Science. The society's programme of upcoming meetings includes details of the annual philosophy of science conference . See also the British Journal for the Philosophy of Science The Oxford Philosophy of Physics Seminars now have their own website . The Mersenne of British philosophy of Physics is Dr J.N. Butterfield

27. Philosophy Of Science And Mathematics On The Internet
For eemail lists, consult Philosophy Resources on the Internet. The following aredistinguished only by having some connection with science, and having passed
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Hint: the speed and reliability of transmissions varies with the volume of traffic. Since many sites are located in the USA, it is a good idea to go surfing in the morning (British time) when the Americans are all asleep. The following are distinguished only by having some connection with science, and having passed across my desk. I take no responsibility for their performance or contents. Since this page was originally developed at Liverpool Up the Reds!

28. Centre For Logic And Philosophy Of Science
Centre for Logic and philosophy of science.
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Welcome to the homepage of the Centre for Logic and Philosophy of Science, a subdivision of the Philosophy and Moral Science Department at Ghent University , Belgium.
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29. Role Of Science In Knowledge Creation: A Philosophy Of Science Perspective
Essentially, this paper puts together various authors' interpretations of the philosophyof science in order to bring about a balanced opinion on the various
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Quasi-experiments (Campbell and Stanley, 1963) constitute a class of empirical studies that lack two of the usual features of experimentation the lack of full control and absence of randomization. They may be defined as "experiments that have treatments, outcome measures, and experimental units, but do not use random assignment to create the comparisons from which treatment-caused change is inferred" (Cook and Campbell, 1979: p. 6). Their function is to probe causal relations between manipulated independent variables (treatments) and measured outcomes (effects), and their structure involves one or more treatments, measures taken after a treatment, and usually more than one unit receiving each treatment (Cook, 1983).

30. Bohm, Bell, And Boom! Quantum Mechanics And The End Of Modern Dualism
From History and philosophy of science, Fall, 1997. By Dr. Ess.
Notes on David Peat, Einstein's Moon: Bell's Theorem and the Curious Quest for Quantum Reality History and Philosophy of Science - Fall, 1997 - Dr. Ess Outline: "Bohm, Bell - and Boom! The End of Modern Dualism" The End of Cartesian Dualism: Physics (re)discovers Philosophy over against Cartesian and especially 19th ct. positivist dualisms which separate physics and philosophy - the emergence of quantum mechanics forces physicists to be become philosophers again. Indeed, the logic of complementarity which q.m. requires ripples into a larger (re)turn to complementary relationships between physics, philosophy, and religion.
(In other terms: Cartesian dualism defines both 19th ct. positivism and fundamentalism as "mirror images" of one another: each agree that only one mode of knowing can be true - and the alternative mode(s) must be false: Positivism Fundamentalism ("calculative") reason (= natural science)
"religion" "religion"
reason/science The end of Cartesian dualism thus undermines the dualistic epistemologies of both positivism and fundamentalism.)

31. Philosophy Of Science: Main
A website created and maintained by the editorial offices of Philosophy ofScience, the official journal of the philosophy of science Association.
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Science Studies Links Subscription Information ... HSS/PSA Membership Directory [new window] [new window] Read us online! 2002 PSA Conference PSA Essay Contests Table of Contents for March 2002 Issue Philosophy of Science is published quarterly; issues are dated March, June, September, and December of each year. Correspondence concerning subscriptions, missing issues, etc. should be directed to the University of Chicago Press Correspondence concerning PSA business matters should be addressed to George Gale, Executive Secretary, Department of Philosophy, University of Missouri, Kansas City, Kansas City, MO 64110 U.S.A. Main Site Map Last Updated: 18 September 2002 URL:

32. History And Philosophy Of Science At Indiana University
Department of History and philosophy of science.Category Society Philosophy Academic Departments......IU, History and philosophy of science Indiana University, IU,
History and Philosophy of Science
Welcome to HPS at Indiana University
The Department of History and Philosophy of Science at Indiana University was founded in 1960 by the late Norwood Russell Hanson. It was Hanson's view, paraphrasing Kant, that history of science without philosophy of science is blind, and that philosophy of science without history of science is empty. The department combines studies in both disciplines, enabling students to pursue both master's and doctoral training in history and philosophy of science. We encourage students to take advantage of exciting opportunities for interdisciplinary work on the Bloomington campus. In addition to the strengths of the department, Indiana University boasts strong research resources, such as the Lilly Library of rare books, as well as many active scholars in such areas as the history of medicine, logic, cognitive science, ancient musicology, history and philosophy of mathematics, sociology, library science, journalism, and medieval studies.
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34. Science Resources On The Net Start Page
A selection of listings covering museums, K12 sites, math, computer science, philosophy of science, physics, chemistry, astronomy and cosmology, biology, geology, ecology, agriculture, medicine, psychology, anthropology and archeology. Includes website search engine.
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35. Minnesota Center For Philosophy Of Science
Minnesota Center for philosophy of science.Category Society Philosophy Academic Departments......Welcome to The Minnesota Center for philosophy of science Home Page!746 Heller Hall 271 19th Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55455. Phone
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C. Kenneth Waters, Director The University of Minnesota houses the Minnesota Center for Philosophy of Science (MCPS) the oldest center for philosophy of science in the world. Founded by Herbert Feigl in 1953 the Center is a research unit whose members include faculty from a variety of units on the Twin Cities campus. It is the source of the series Minnesota Studies in the Philosophy of Science , published by the University of Minnesota Press. Some of the Center's activities include bringing in guest lectures, organizing conferences, workshops, lecture series, and presenting luncheon seminars. Overall, the Minnesota Center for Philosophy of Science represents one the world's largest concentrations of resources for the study of philosophy of science. The faculty's research includes a wide variety of issues in the philosophy of science as well as topics relating to particular sciences. Its members include specialists in the philosophies of physics, mathematics, biomedical science, mind, psychology, an d cognitive science. The Center maintains relations with and sponsors programs with other units, including the Philosophy Department , the Program in History of Science and Technology , the Department of History of Medicine, the Center for Biomedical Ethics, and the Charles Babbage Institute for the History of Information Processing.

36. IHPST - Institute For The History And Philosophy Of Science And Technology
U of T Homepage. Victoria College. U of T Library. School of Graduate Studies. Uof T Museum of Scientific Instruments. Application. Main Menu. General Information. Category Society History Academic Departments Canada Ontario
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37. International Studies In The Philosophy Of Science
Similar pages A Routledge Journal International Studies in the Philosophy of International Studies in the philosophy of science is an interdisciplinary journalthat welcomes articles not only from philosophers, but also from historians
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38. Department Of History And Philosophy Of Science, University Of Cambridge
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39. Toward A Buddhist Philosophy Of Science
An essay examining science, technology, and related topics from a Buddhist perspective.
Toward a Buddhist Philosophy of Science
Science is the cornerstone of the European-American culture that has transformed the entire globe over the last few centuries. Buddhism is a deeply rooted religious tradition of Asia, now emerging as a powerful global voice. Science and Buddhism both address the nature of human experience, but in quite different ways. Science elaborates and refines a collection of interconnected theories, facts, procedures, and equipment, constituting an ever more powerful tool for working with and in the world. Buddhism focusses more on the mind and how our way of thinking affects our experience. Both science and Buddhism show how everyday appearances arise from underlying structures. By understanding these structures one gains new freedom, to choose among alternatives by working effectively with the cause and effect relations. Science has given us great power to understand and change the world. But this power has also let us create new and bigger problems for ourselves. Without examining how the dynamics of mind underlies our experience, it might seem that the evolutionary path of science and technology is a matter beyond our choice or responsibility. But the profound insights of Buddhism reveal that our perceptions and actions arise in habitual self-reinforcing cycles, and the methods taught in the Buddhist tradition enable us to intervene in these cycles. Science and technology in some form or other, which is to say some way of thinking about and working with the world, are a fundamental dimension of human existence. Modern science has blossomed by driving the refinement of ideas through public debate grounded in clear evidence. Buddhism shows the dynamics underlying any such evolving pattern of experience, and provides tools to open these patterns to boundless freedom and joy.

40. Journals On Philosophy Of Science
Department of History and philosophy of science Eötvös University, BudapestJournals on philosophy of science. Journal for General philosophy of science.
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Electronic Quarterly of Analytical Philosophy MODERN LOGIC International Journal for the History of Mathematical Logic, Set Theory, and Foundations of Mathematics Studies in History
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Biological and Biomedical Sciences Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics Mind Studies In History And Philosophy Of Science Erkenntnis PHILOSOPHIA PHILOSOPHICAL QUARTERLY OF ISRAEL The International Directory of On-Line Philosophy Papers Thinking The Journal of Philosophy for Children
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