Items where Subject is "General Issues > Rhetoric of Science"
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Number of items at this level: 15.
Conference or Workshop Item
Fletcher, Erica H. (2012) Bodies in a Zone of Indistinction: A History of the Biomedicalization of Pregnancy in Prison. In:  3rd Annual Values in Medicine, Science, and Technology Conference (Dallas; 22-24 May 2013).
Jackson, John (2008) Definitional Argument in Evolutionary Psychology and Cultural Anthropology. In:  Biological Explanations of Behavior: Philosophical Perspectives (Hannover, Germany; 12-15 June, 2008).
Shekeris, Haris (2010) Of communities and individuals as regards scientific knowledge. In:  3rd Biennial Conference of the Society for Philosophy of Science in Practice (June 22-24, 2011; Exeter, UK).
Scerri, Eric R. (2000) Have Orbitals Really Been Observed? UNSPECIFIED.
Arroyo-Santos, Alfonso and Olson, Mark E. and Vergara-Silva, Francisco (2011) Practice-oriented controversies and borrowed epistemic support in current evolutionary biology: phylogeography as a case study. [Preprint]
Johnson, Monte and Wilson, Catherine (2006) Lucretius and the History of Science. [Preprint]
Kantorovich, Aharon (2013) An Evolutionary View of Science: Imitation and Memetics. [Preprint]
Karola, Stotz and Griffiths, Paul E. (2007) Biohumanities: Rethinking the relationship between biosciences, philosophy and history of science, and society. [Preprint]
Liu, Chuang (2006) How we can be free from physics. [Preprint]
Rynasiewicz, Robert (2013) The(?) Correspondence Principle. [Preprint]
Skoyles, John (2008) The logic of scientific debate: Epistemological quality control practices and Bayesian inference – a neoPopperian perspective. [Preprint]
Spurrett, David Jon (1999) Lyotard and the Postmodern Misunderstanding of Physics. [Preprint]
Spurrett, David Jon (1999) Review article of: Cilliers, P. (1998) Complexity and postmodernism: Understanding complex systems, London: Routledge. [Preprint]
McKaughan, Daniel and Elliott, Kevin (2013) Backtracking and the Ethics of Framing: Lessons from Voles and Vasopressin. [Published Article]