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Studies in History and Philosophy of Science

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Journal Abbreviation Stud. Hist. Phil. Sci.


Description Studies in History and Philosophy of Science is devoted to the integrated study of the history, philosophy and sociology … More Studies in History and Philosophy of Science is devoted to the integrated study of the history, philosophy and sociology of the sciences. The editors encourage contributions both in the long-established areas of the history of the sciences and the philosophy of the sciences and in the topical areas of historiography of the sciences, the sciences in relation to gender, culture and society and the sciences in relation to arts. The Journal is international in scope and content and publishes papers from a wide range of countries and cultural traditions.

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