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Midwest Studies in Philosophy

Volume 15, 1990
The Philosophy of the Human Sciences

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Margaret Gilbert Walking Together: A Paradigmatic Social Phenomenon
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Lawrence H. Simon Rationality and Alien Cultures
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Brian Skyrms Ratifiability and the Logic of Decision
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Hilary Putnam The Idea of Science
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Cristina Bicchieri Paradoxes of Rationality
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David Braybrooke How Do I Presuppose Thee? Let Me Count the Ways: The Relation of Regularities to Rules in Social Science
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Arthur Fine Causes of Variability: Disentangling Nature and Nurture
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Richard Foley Probabilism
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David-Hillel Ruben Singular Explanation and the Social Sciences
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Alexander Rosenberg Moral Realism and Social Science
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Joseph Margolis The Methodological and Metaphysical Peculiarities of the Human Sciences
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Frederick A. Olafson "Human Sciences" or "Humanities": The Case of Literature
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Alan J. Nelson Social Science and the Mental
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Robert Paul Wolff Narrative Time: The Inherently Perspectival Structure of the Human World
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Jordan Howard Sobel Newcomblike Problems
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Terence Horgan, John Tienson Soft Laws
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Theodore R. Schatzki Do Social Structures Govern Action?
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Richard Fumerton Group Action and Act Consequentialism
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Gregory S. Kavka Some Social Benefits of Uncertainty
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Gary Gutting Foucault's Genealogical Method
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