Table of contents for Characterizing the robustness of science : after the practice turn in philosophy of science / edited by Lena Soler ... [et al.].
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Introduction. The Solidity of Scientific Achievements: Structure of the Problem,
Difficulties, Philosophical Implications.- Chapter 1. Robustness, Reliability, and Overdetermination (1981).- Chapter 2. Robustness: Material, and Inferential, in the Natural and Human Sciences.- Chapter 3. Achieving Robustness to Confirm Controversial Hypotheses: A Case.- Study in Cell Biology.- Chapter 4. Multiple Derivability and the Reliability and Stabilization of theories.- Chapter 5. Robustness of an Experimental Result: The Example of the Tests of Bell’s Inequalities.- Chapter 6. Scientific Images and Robustness.- Chapter 7. Are we still Babylonians? The Structure of the Foundations of Mathematics from a Wimsattian Perspective Chapter 8. Rerum Concordia Discors: Robustness and Discordant Multimodal.- Evidence.- Chapter 9. Robustness of Results and Robustness of Derivations: the InternalArchitecture of a Solid Experimental Proof.- Chapter 10. Multiple Means of Determination and Multiple Constraints of
Construction: Robustness and Strategies for Modeling Macromolecular Objects.- Chapter 11. Understanding Scientific Practices: The Role of Robustness-notions.- Chapter 12. The Robustness of Science and the Dance of Agency.- Chapter 13. Dynamic Robustness and Design in Nature and ArtifactChapter 12. The Robustness of Science and the Dance of Agency.- Chapter 13. Dynamic Robustness and Design in Nature and Artifact.
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Science -- Philosophy.