The philosophy of science is concerned with the philosophical interpretation and study of the natural sciences, in particular, physics, biology, and mathematics.
Discussion of theory reduction in science; by Robert Batterman from the Stanford Encyclopedia.
Philosophical theories about what it is to be a law; from the Stanford Encyclopedia by John W. Carroll.
Essays on philosophy of science from the Proceedings of the Friesian School, Fourth Series.
Resource page supplementing Bruce Janz' philosophy of science course.
An electronic archive for preprints in the philosophy of science.
Resource site at the University of Missouri.
Philosophical theories about the nature of explanation in science; from the Stanford Encyclopedia by James Woodward.
Stanford Encyclopedia entry on thesis that science discovers truths about a theory-independent reality; by Richard Boyd.
Discussess the impact of social relations and values on scientific research; from the Stanford Encyclopedia by Helen Longino.
Examines the components, limitations, and popular mistaken beliefs of science and the scientific method. The web page also includes a section on scientific legitimacy.
Entry on explanation in the sciences from the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
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