Article ID: CBB000110595

Experiment and Conceptual Change: Evidence, Data Generation, and Scientific Practice: Toward a Reliabilist Philosophy of Experiment (2000)


Philosophy of Science
Volume: 67
Pages: S163--S267

Publication Date: 2000
Edition Details: Symposium organized by Deborah Mayo
Language: English

Description Contents: Jim Woodward, Data, Phenomena, and Reliability; Peter Achinstein, Why Philosophical Theories of Evidence Are (and Ought to Be) Ignored by Scientists; Deborah G. Mayo, Experimental Practice and an Error Statistical Account of Evidence.

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Authors & Contributors
Achinstein, Peter
Gimbel, Steven
Smith, George E.
Christie, Maureen
Godin, Benoît
Gingras, Yves
Studies in History and Philosophy of Science
Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences
British Journal for the Philosophy of Science
Philosophy of Science
History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences
Oxford University Press
Cambridge University Press
Johns Hopkins University Press
University of Chicago Press
Encounter Books
Philosophy of science
Methodology of science; scientific method
Experiments and experimentation
Data analysis
Explanation; hypotheses; theories
Mendel, Gregor Johann
Fisher, Ronald Aylmer
Lyell, Charles
Fizeau, Armand Hippolyte Louis
Herschel, John Frederick William
Newton, Isaac
Time Periods
19th century
20th century, early
20th century
17th century
20th century, late
18th century
Rome (Italy)

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