The philosophy of science is concerned with the philosophical interpretation and study of the natural sciences, in particular, physics, biology, and mathematics.
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- Philsci Archive An electronic archive for preprints in the philosophy of science.
- Philosophy of Science Essays on philosophy of science from the Proceedings of the Friesian School, Fourth Series.
- Science Studies Web Server Resource site at the University of Missouri.
- The Nature and Philosophy of Science Examines the components, limitations, and popular mistaken beliefs of science and the scientific method. The web page also includes a section on scientific legitimacy.
- Scientific Realism Stanford Encyclopedia entry on thesis that science discovers truths about a theory-independent reality; by Richard Boyd.
- Social Dimensions of Scientific Knowledge Discussess the impact of social relations and values on scientific research; from the Stanford Encyclopedia by Helen Longino.
- Intertheory Relations in Physics Discussion of theory reduction in science; by Robert Batterman from the Stanford Encyclopedia.
- Scientific Explanation Philosophical theories about the nature of explanation in science; from the Stanford Encyclopedia by James Woodward.
- Laws of Nature Philosophical theories about what it is to be a law; from the Stanford Encyclopedia by John W. Carroll.
- Philosophy of Science Resources Resource page supplementing Bruce Janz' philosophy of science course.
- Theories of Explanation Entry on explanation in the sciences from the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.