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Vol. 76. Events, Facts and Things (2000) J. Faye, U. Scheffler and Max Urchs
Vol. 75. Structuralist Knowledge Representation (2000) Wolfgang Balzer, Joseph D. Sneed, C. Ulises Moulines
Vol. 74. Polish Philosophers of Science and Nature in the 20th Century (2000) Wladyslaw Krajewski
Vol. 75. Structuralist Knowledge Representation (2000) Wolfgang Balzer, Joseph D. Sneed, C. Ulises Moulines
Vol. 76. Events, Facts and Things (2000) J. Faye, U. Scheffler and Max Urchs
 

Sommaires du numéro 69, 70, 71, 72, 73.
 

Sommaire du numéro 73:

THE RATIONALITY OF THEISM
EDITED BY ADOLFO GARCIA DE LA SIENRA
AMSTERDAM-ATLANTA, GA: RODOPI, 2000
90-420-1212-9

PREFACE

A. GARCÍA DE LA SIENRA, INTRODUCTION
W. REDMOND, A LOGIC OF RELIGIOUS FAITH AND DEVELOPMENT
J.M. BOCHENSKI, O.P., THE FIVE WAYS
M. BEUCHOT, SAINT THOMAS' THIRD WAY: POSSIBILITY AND NECESSITY, ESSENCE AND EXISTENCE
R. SWINBURNE, COSMOLOGICAL AND TELEOLOGICAL ARGUMENTS
A. GARCÍA DE LA SIENRA, THE ONTOLOGICAL ARGUMENT
A. GARCÍA DE LA SIENRA, PASCAL'S WAGER
A. GARCÍA DE LA SIENRA AND A. ARAUJO, THE EXPERIENCE OF GOD IN MORAL OBLIGATION
A. PLANTINGA, THE ONUS PROBANDI OF THEISM
R. A. CLOUSER, IS GOD ETERNAL?
A. TOMASINI, THE PRESENCE AND ABSENCE OF GOD
L. NOWAK, ON THE COMMON STRUCTURE OF SCIENCE AND RELIGION
 

Sommaire du numéro 72:

ON COMPARING AND EVALUATING SCIENTIFIC THEORIES
EDITED BY ADAM JONKISZ  AND LEON KOJ
AMSTERDAM-ATLANTA, GA: RODOPI, 2000
90-420-1263-3

L. KOJ, PREFACE

L. KOJ, METHODOLOGY AND VALUES
L. KOJ, SCIENCE AS SYSTEM
A. GROBLER, EXPLANATION AND EPISTEMIC VIRTUE
P. GIZA, "INTELLIGENT" COMPUTER SYSTEM AND THEORY COMPARISON
H. OGRYZKO-WIEWIÓROWSKI, METHODS OF SOCIAL CHOICE OF SCIENTIFIC THEORIES
K. JODKOWSKI, IS THE CAUSAL THEORY OF REFERENCE A REMEDY FOR ONTOLOGICAL
INCOMMENSURABILITY?
W. BALZER, ON APPROXIMATIVE REDUCTION
C. ULISES MOULINES, IS THERE GENUINELY SCIENTIFIC PROGRESS?
A. JONKISZ, ON RELATIVE PROGRESS IN SCIENCE
 
 
 

Sommaire du numéro 71:

LOGIC, PROBABILITY AND SCIENCE EDITED BY N. SHANKS and R. R. GARDNER AMSTERDAM-ATLANTA, GA: RODOPI, 2000 - 90-420-1253-6

N. SHANKS AND R.R. GARDNER, INTRODUCTION

C. MORGAN, CANONICAL MODELS AND PROBABILISTIC SEMANTICS
COMMENTARY BY FRANÇOIS LEPAGE
REPLY BY MORGAN

F. LEPAGE, A MANY-VALUED PROBABILISTIC LOGIC
COMMENTARY BY CHARLES MORGAN
REPLY BY LEPAGE

P. RAWLING, THE EXCHANGE PARADOX, FINITE ADDITIVITY, AND THE PRINCIPLE OF DOMINANCE
COMMENTARY BY ROBERT R. GARDNER
REPLY BY RAWLING

S. VINEBERG, THE LOGICAL STATUS OF CONDITIONAL AND ITS ROLE IN CONFIRMATION
COMMENTARY BY PIERS RAWLING
REPLY BY VINEBERG

D. MAYO, SCIENCE, ERROR STATISTICS, AND ARGUING FROM ERROR
COMMENTARY BY SUSAN VINEBERG
REPLY BY MAYO

M.N. LANCE, THE BEST IS THE ENEMY OF THE GOOD: BAYESIAN EPISTEMOLOGY AS A CASE STUDY
IN UNHELPFUL IDEALIZATION
COMMENTARY BY LESZEK NOWAK
REPLY BY LANCE

R.B. GARDNER AND M.C. WOOTEN, AN APPLICATION OF BAYES' THEOREM TO POPULATION GENETICS
COMMENTARY BY LYNNE SEYMOUR
REPLY BY GARDNER AND WOOTEN

P.D. JOHNSON, JR., ANOTHER LOOK AT GROUP SELECTION
COMMENTARY BY NIALL SHANKS
REPLY BY JOHNSON

C.F. JUHL, TELEOSEMANTICS, KRIPKENSTEIN AND PARADOX
COMMENTARY BY DANIEL BONEVAC
REPLY BY JUHL

D. BONEVAC, CONSTITUTIVE AND EPISTEMIC PRINCIPLES
COMMENTARY BY MARK LANCE
REPLY BY BONEVAC

O. BUENO, EMPIRICISM, MATHEMATICAL TRUTH AND MATHEMATICAL KNOWLEDGE
COMMENTARY BY CHUANG LIU
REPLY BY BUENO

CH. LIU, COINS AND ELECTRONS: A UNIFIED UNDERSTANDING OF PROBABILISTIC OBJECTS
COMMENTARY BY STEVEN FRENCH
REPLY BY LIU

A. MAIDENS, ARE ELECTRONS VAGUE OBJECTS?
COMMENTARY BY DAVID OVER
REPLY BY MAIDENS
 

Sommaire du numéro 70:
QUINE
Natural Epistemology, Perceptual Knowledge and Ontology edited by Lieven Decock and Leon Horsten Amsterdam-Atlanta, GA: Rodopi, 2000 90-420-1241-2

Introduction

NATURALIZED EPISTEMOLOGY
T. Derksen, Naturalistic Epistemology, Murder and Suicide? But what about the Promises!
Ch. Hookway, Naturalism and Rationality
M. Gosselin, Quine's Hypothetical Theory of Language Learning. A Comparison of Different Conceptual Schemes and Their Logic.

THE NATURE OF PERCEPTUAL KNOWLEDGE
J. van Brakel, Quine and Innate Similarity Spaces
D. Koppelberg, Quine and Davidson on the Structure of Empirical Knowledge
E. Picardi, Empathy and Charity

ONTOLOGY
S. Laugier, Quine: Indeterminacy, 'Robust Realism', and Truth
R. Vergauwen, Quine and Putnam on Conceptual Relativity and Reference: Theft or Honest Toil?
I. Douven, Empiricist Semantics and Indeterminism of Reference
L. Decock, Domestic Ontology and Ideology
P. Gochet, Canonical Notation, Predication and Ontology.

Sommaire du  numéro 69:
EVENTS, FACTS AND THINGS, Edited by J. Faye, U. Scheffler and Max Urchs, Amsterdam-Atlanta, GA: Rodopi, 2000

J. Faye, U. Scheffler and M. Urchs, Philosophical Entities: An Introduction
J. Faye, Facts as Truth Makers
J. Persson, Examining the Facts
U. Scheffler and Y. Shramko, The Logical Ontology of Negative Facts: On What is Not
W. Stelzner, The Impact of Negative Fact for the Imaginary Logic of N.A. Vasilíev
B. Rode Meinertsen, Events, Facts and Causation
U. Meixner, Essential Conception of Events
P. Stekeler-Weithofer, Questions and Theses Concerning (Mental) Events and Causation
E. Tegtmeier, Events as Facts
M. Urchs, Events of Episystems
J. Seibt, The Dynamic Constitution of Things
K. Trettin, Tropes and Things
D. von Wachter, A World of Fields
A. Bartels, Quantum Field Theory: A Case for Event Ontologies?
M. Dorato, Facts, Events, Things and the Ontology of Physics
M. Kuhlmann, Processes as Objects of Quantum Field Theory: Consequences for the Interpretation of QFT
J. Pasniczek, Objects vs. Situations
A. Siitonen, Effects or Consequences of Action
P. Needham, Hot Stuff
L. Bo Gundersen, Goodmanís Gruesome Modal Fallacy
Th. Mormann, Topological Representations of Mereological Systems
U. Scheffer and M. Winkler, Tools

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