Kristin Andrews finds insight in Peter Godfrey-Smith’s Metazoa.
philosophy of science
Toby Friend on what’s real and whether whatever it is can be part of a unified science
Stephen John worries about the government’s favourite slogan.
Paul Dicken wonders what philosophy can tell us about science.
If we’re to understand reality, we must understand the questions that we’re asking, argues Thomas Quinn.
Thomas D Senor examines an attempt to save religion from the march of science.
Nancy Cartwright believes it is a myth that science is on its way to furnishing us with a theory of everything. Jonathan Walmsley talked to her about how her ideas have developed and about her new book “The Dappled World”.
Christian Perring welcomes a surge of interest in what has been up until now a neglected poor relation in philosophy.
Thomas Samuel Kuhn was born on July 18, 1922, in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States. He received a Ph. D. in physics from Harvard University in 1949 and remained there as an assistant professor of general education and history of science. In 1956, Kuhn accepted a post at the University of California–Berkeley, where in 1961 he […]