Series Editor: Alan C. Love

Minnesota Studies in the Philosophy of Science

This influential series devoted to the philosophy of science brings together essays by leading scholars on themes and topics that are crucial to the history, academic development, and current debates in this field. From the philosophy of psychology and the structure of space and time, to the nature of scientific theories and scientific explanation, to contemporary discussions and controversies regarding logical empiricism, quantum measurement, and scientific pluralism, this renowned collection defines and elucidates the essential issues that shape, concern, or currently confront the study of the philosophy of science. For more than fifty years, eminent philosophers, historians, mathematicians, physicists, and theorists have contributed original insights and an international and diverse range of perspectives to this distinguished and longest-running book series on the philosophy of science.

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