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The Modern Schoolman

The Ninth Henle Conference in the History of Philosophy

Volume 87, Issue 3/4, March/May 2010
Experimental and Theoretical Knowledge

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Kent W. Staley, Special Editor’s Introduction to Experimental and Theoretical Knowledge
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Deborah Mayo, Learning from Error: The Theoretical Significance of Experimental Knowledge
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P. Kyle Stanford, Getting Real: The Hypothesis of Organic Fossil Origins
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Derek Turner, Comments on P. Kyle Stanford’s “Getting Real” The Hypothesis of Organic Fossil Origins”
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Michael Weisberg, Target Directed Modeling
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Isabelle Peschard, Target Systems, Phenomena and the Problem of Relevance
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Wendy S. Parker, Scientific Models and Adequacy-for-Purpose
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Anna Alexandrova, Adequacy for Purpose: The Best Deal a Model Can Get
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Kent W. Staley, Comments on William Harper’s “ISaac Newton’s Scientific Method”
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William Harper, Response to Kent Staley’s Comments on William Harper’s “Isaac Newton’s Scientific Method”
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