Special Section: Thinking Crossroads: From Scientific Pluralism to Pluralist History of Science

We are very glad to announce the release of a new special section of the Journal for General Philosophy of Science (52/1, March 2021). 


The special section aims to emphasize the pivotal role of the history of science for pluralism. Instead of reverting to abstract speculation about an idealized conception of science and of scientific knowledge, the papers presented here draw decisive insights from the ways in which science was actually conducted. These insights open up new ways not only of seeing the past of these sciences but also, and more fundamentally, of shaping present and future science. 


The special section is edited by Matteo Vagelli, Laurent Loison and Ivan Moya-Diez. 
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
 
[Special section]

Thinking Crossroads: From Scientific Pluralism to Pluralist History of Science
 
Matteo Vagelli, Laurent Loison & Ivan Moya-Diez
Introduction

Hasok Chang
Presentist History for Pluralist History of Science

Thierry Hoquet
Pluralizing Darwin: Making Counter-Factual History of Science Significant

Thomas Bonnin
Monist and Pluralist Approaches on Underdetermination: A Case Study in Evolutionary Microbiology
 
This is the web page of the issue

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