About this book
This volume sheds light on still unexplored issues and raises new questions in the main areas addressed by the philosophy of science. Bringing together selected papers from three main events, the book presents the most advanced scientific results in the field and suggests innovative lines for further investigation. It explores how discussions on several notions of the philosophy of science can help different scientific disciplines in learning from each other. Finally, it focuses on the relationship between Cambridge and Vienna in twentieth century philosophy of science. The areas examined in the book are: formal methods, the philosophy of the natural and life sciences, the cultural and social sciences, the physical sciences, and the history of the philosophy of science.
19th-Century Philosophy of Psychology Algebraic Quantum Field Theory Autonomy of Psychological Methods Bayesian Confirmation Theory Elementary Particles and Metaphysics History of the Philosophy of Science Mathematics in the Special Sciences Measurements in Cancer Research Philosophy of Biology Philosophy of Computer-assisted Mathematics Philosophy of Physics Philosophy of Science Philosophy of Social Science Philosophy of the Cultural and Social Sciences Philosophy of the Natural and Life Sciences Philosophy of the Physical Sciences Pluralism in Psychiatry Pragmatism and European Philosophy Social Choice Theory Statistical Physics