Items where Subject is "Specific Sciences > Medicine"
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Number of items at this level: 21.
Adam, Matthias (2009) Multi-level complexities in technological development: Competing strategies for drug discovery. [Preprint]
Andersen, Hanne (2007) History and Philosophy of Modern Epidemiology. In:  &HPS1: Integrated History and Philosophy of Science 1.
Andersen, Holly (2012) Mechanisms: what are they evidence for in evidence-based medicine? [Published Article]
Bitbol, Michel (2008) Is Consciousness primary? UNSPECIFIED.
Borgerson, Kirstin (2009) Amending and Defending Critical Contextual Empiricism: Lessons from Medical Research. In:  SPSP 2009: Society for Philosophy of Science in Practice (Minnesota, June 18-20, 2009).
Howick, Jeremy (2008) Against A Priori Judgements of Bad Methodology: Questioning Double-Blinding as a Universal Methodological Virtue of Clinical Trials. In:  Philosophy of Science Assoc. 21st Biennial Mtg (Pittsburgh, PA) > PSA 2008 Contributed Papers.
Kuhlmann, Meinard (2011) Mechanisms in Dynamically Complex Systems. [Preprint]
Malaterre, Christophe (2007) Organicism and Reductionism in Cancer Research: Towards a Systemic Approach. [Preprint]
Mizrahi, Moti (2011) What is Scientific Progress? Lessons from Scientific Practice. In:  3rd Biennial Conference of the Society for Philosophy of Science in Practice (June 22-24, 2011; Exeter, UK).
Nardini, Cecilia and Sprenger, Jan (2012) Bias and Conditioning in Sequential medical trials. In:  Philosophy of Science Assoc. 23rd Biennial Mtg (San Diego, CA) > PSA 2012 Contributed Papers.
Rickles, Dean (2010) Public Health. [Preprint]
Scholl, Raphael (2013) Causal inference, mechanisms, and the Semmelweis case. [Published Article]
Tabery, James and Mackett, Charles (2008) The Ethics of Triage in the Event of an Influenza Pandemic. [Preprint]
Tekin, Serife (2012) Theorizing Looping Effects: Lessons from Cognitive Sciences. In:  Seventh Quadrennial Fellows Conference of the Center for Philosophy of Science (12-14 June 2012; Mugla, Turkey).
Wolfe, Charles T. (2010) Why was there no controversy over Life in the Scientific Revolution? In:  HOPOS 2010: The International Society for the History of Philosophy of Science (Budapest, 24-27 June 2010).