The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science
The Journal of the British Society for the Philosophy of Science
Steven French and Wendy Parker, Editors-in-Chief
The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science has published the best international work in the philosophy of science for over fift years. It seeks to advance the field by publishing innovative and thought-provoking papers, discussion notes and book reviews that open up new directions or shed new light on well-known issues. Recent topics include the epistemology of measurement, mathematical non-causal explanations, signalling games, the nature of biochemical kinds, and approaches to human cognitive development, among many others.
Recent issues will be available on this site in cooperation with Oxford University Press. Coverage will begin in 1996 and extend up to the most complete volume.
· ISSN 0007-0882 (print) · Quarterly · Contact Oxford University Press for subscriptions ·
· ISSN 1464-3537 (online) · Access on this site will initially include Volume 47-66 (1996-2015) ·
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