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Perspectives on Science publishes science studies that integrate historical, philosophical, and sociological perspectives. Its interdisciplinary approach is intended to foster a more comprehensive understanding of the sciences and the contexts in which they develop. Each issue is comprised of theoretical essays, case studies and review essays.
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viewing issueVolume 20, Number 3, Fall 2012
Table of Contents
Discussion: Philosophy of Science after Feminism
- A Feminist Approach to Values in Science
- pp. 320-330
- A New Program for the Philosophy of Science?
- pp. 339-343
- Robert Westman on Galileo and Related Matters
- pp. 379-388
Notes on Contributors
- Notes on Contributors
- pp. 392-393
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