Publications in
“Philosophy of Science”

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Massimi M. (2015) “Working in a new world”: Kuhn, constructivism, and mind-dependence. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A 50: 83–89. Fulltext at
Matthews M. R. (2015) Constructivism and science education. In: Matthews M. (ed.) Science teaching: The contribution of history and philosophy of science. 20th anniversary revised and expanded edition. Routledge, London: 299–328.
McAllister J. W. (2003) Algorithmic randomness in empirical data. Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science 34: 633–646.
McCulloch W. S. (1953) Through the den of the metaphysician. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 5(17): 18–31. Fulltext at
McCulloch W. S. (1965) What’s in the brain that ink may character. In: Bar-Hillel Y. (ed.) Logic, methodology and philosophy of science. Proceedings of the International Congress for Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science, 26 August-2 September 1964, Jerusalem, Israel. North-Holland: 395–404. Fulltext at
Meincke A. S. (2019) Autopoiesis, biological autonomy and the process view of life. European Journal for Philosophy of Science 9(1): 1. Fulltext at
Nelson A. (1994) How could scientific facts be socially constructed? Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A 25(4): 535–547. Fulltext at
Nola R. (1994) There are more things in Heaven and Earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy: A dialogue on realism and constructivism. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science A 25(5): 689–727. Fulltext at
Piccinini G. (2007) Computing Mechanisms. Philosophy of Science 74: 501–526. Fulltext at
Rosenblueth A., Wiener N. & Bigelow J. (1943) Behavior, purpose and teleology. Philosophy of Science 10(1): 18–24. Fulltext at
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