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No 7 (2016): No 7 (2016) Changing the Past: The Advantages of Backward in Time Causation Abstract  ABRIR PDF/OPEN PDF FILE» (Español (España))
Hernán Miguel, Rolando Núñez Pradenas
No 14 (2019): No 14 (2019): Current Perspectives in Philosophy of Biology In the beginning was the hand: Ernst Kapp and the relation between machine and organism Abstract  PDF (Español (España))
Maurizio Esposito
No 14 (2019): No 14 (2019): Current Perspectives in Philosophy of Biology Androcentrism, science and philosophy of science Abstract  PDF (Español (España))
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No 14 (2019): No 14 (2019): Current Perspectives in Philosophy of Biology The synthetic thesis of truth helps mitigate the reproducibility crisis and is an inspiration for predictive ecology Abstract  PDF
Luis Marone, Javier Lopez de Casenave, Rafael González del Solar
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Federica Scherbosky
No 6 (2015): No 6 (2015) Dubucs, J., & Bourdeau, M. (eds.) (2014). Constructivity and Computability in Historical and Philosophical Perspective (Vol. 34). Springer Netherlands, XI. 214, pp. ISBN: 978-94-017-9216-5 (Print) 978-94-017-9217-2 (Online) Abstract  ABRIR PDF/OPEN PDF FILE» (Español (España))
Bruno Da Ré
No 2 (2013): No 2 (2013) What Fictive Narrative Philosophy Can Tell Us: Stories, Cases, and Thought Experiments Abstract  ABRIR PDF/OPEN PDF FILE»
Michael Boylan
No 8 (2016): No 8 (2016) In honorem Roberto Torretti  ABRIR PDF/OPEN PDF FILE» (Español (España))
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