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Volume 17, Numbers 2-3, Numbers 2-3/April-September 2003

Social epistemology
pp. 1-1(1)

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Editor's introduction
pp. 89-92(4)
Author: Gattei, Stefano

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Comparability and incommensurability
pp. 93-94(2)
Author: Agassi, Joseph

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The taming of science and technology studies
pp. 95-98(4)
Author: Baber, Zaheer

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The dusk of incommensurability
pp. 111-114(4)
Author: Bar-Am, Nimrod

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Sad reflections on our times*
pp. 115-118(4)
Author: Barnes, Barry

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The social dimension of science
pp. 119-125(7)
Author: Barrotta, Pierluigi

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Three conservative Kuhns
pp. 127-133(7)
Author: Bird, Alexander

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Steve Fuller and his discontents
pp. 135-137(3)
Author: Caneva, Kenneth

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Fuller on Kuhn: exciting polemic, destructive rhetoric*
pp. 139-139(1)
Author: Carpenter, Andrew

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Judging Kuhn by his fruits, or: guilt by association?
pp. 141-145(5)
Author: Collin, Finn

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Been there, done that: breaking free from Kuhn
pp. 157-160(4)
Author: French, Steven

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A plea for criticism in matters epistemological
pp. 161-168(8)
Author: Gattei, Stefano

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Kuhn debunked
pp. 175-182(8)
Author: Hattiangadi, Jagdish

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Paradigms lost*
pp. 183-185(3)
Author: Hollinger, David

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Fuller on Kuhn
pp. 187-195(9)
Author: Jarvie, Ian

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Crisis, Kuhn, Fuller
pp. 197-201(5)
Author: Jensen, Hans Siggaard

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Fuller's fictions: ironic or foul
pp. 203-207(5)
Author: Jha, Stefania

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Kuhn's conservatism
pp. 209-214(6)
Author: Kindi, Vasso

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Kant on wheels*
pp. 215-219(5)
Author: Lipton, Peter

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Being there with Thomas Kuhn
pp. 221-223(3)
Author: Margolis, Howard

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Steve Fuller's Thomas Kuhn*
pp. 225-228(4)
Author: Martens, David

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What's Kuhn got to do with it?*
pp. 229-239(11)
Author: Mirowski, Philip

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A plea to Fuller for a Rosetta Stone
pp. 241-246(6)
Author: Munévar, Gonzalo

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Kuhn traduced
pp. 247-252(6)
Author: Munz, Peter

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Thomas Kuhn's legacy: some remarks
pp. 253-258(6)
Author: Nickles, Thomas

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Kuhn, instrumentalism, and the progress of science
pp. 259-265(7)
Author: Preston, John

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On Fuller and Kuhn
pp. 267-269(3)
Author: Raven, Diederick

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Noble lie--Fuller and Kuhn?
pp. 277-280(4)
Author: Remedios, Francis

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Fuller's '18th Brumaire of Thomas K'*
pp. 281-289(9)
Author: Roth, Paul

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Thomas Kuhn: the wrong person at the right place at the right time*
pp. 291-292(2)
Author: Sent, Esther-Mirjam

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Does Thomas Kuhn have a 'model of science'?
pp. 293-296(4)
Authors: Sharrock, Wes; Read, Rupert

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Fuller on Kuhn*
pp. 301-305(5)
Author: Torretti, Roberto

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The poverty of 'constructivist' history (and policy advice)*
pp. 307-316(10)
Author: Uebel, Thomas

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Autonomy or heteronomy? That is the question
pp. 317-320(4)
Author: Wettersten, John

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Bringing critique back to the philosophy of science
pp. 321-324(4)
Author: Ylikoski, Petri

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