1. “We have Adventured to Make the Earth Hollow”: Edmond Halley’s Extravagant Hypothesis
  2. Peter W. Sinnema
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  1. Did Einstein Really Believe that Principle Theories are Explanatorily Powerless?
  2. Marc Lange
  3. pp. 449-463
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  1. Pluto and the ‘Planet Problem’: Folk Concepts and Natural Kinds in Astronomy
  2. Alisa Bokulich
  3. pp. 464-490
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  1. A Matter of Kuhnian Theory-Choice?: The GWS Model and the Neutral Current
  2. Samuel Schindler
  3. pp. 491-522
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  1. Russell’s Principles of Mathematics and the Revolution in Marburg Neo-Kantianism
  2. Thomas Oberdan
  3. pp. 523-544
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  1. What Has Dayton to Do with Sils-Maria?: Nietzsche and The Scopes Trial
  2. Brandon Konoval
  3. pp. 545-573
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  1. Why Are We Reluctant to Act Immediately on Climate Change?: From Ontological Assumptions to Core Cognition
  2. Xiang Chen
  3. pp. 574-592
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  1. Who’s Afraid of Dissent?: Addressing Concerns about Undermining Scientific Consensus in Public Policy Developments
  2. Inmaculada de Melo-Martín, Kristen Intemann
  3. pp. 593-615
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  1. Of Looking Glasses, Mirror Neurons, Culture, and Meaning
  2. Tony Waters
  3. pp. 616-649
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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. pp. 650-651
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