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Philosophia Scientiæ is a journal of peer-reviewed research in analytic philosophy, epistemology, and history and philosophy of science. It is particularly concerned with topics arising in mathematics, physics, and logic, but is open to original contributions from all scientific fields. Founded by Gerhard Heinzmann in 1996, Philosophia Scientiæ has a tradition of publishing studies in the history of German and French philosophy of science.

Latest issue
22-2 | 2018
Études de cas en épistémologie sociale

Argumentation, délibération publique et pratiques collaboratives
Case studies in social epistemology. Argumentation, public deliberation and collaborative practices