1. Incommensurability, As Differences in Quasi-Intuitive Cognitive Capacities: A Task for Psychology?
2. Incommensurability Naturalized
3. Commentary on Bird’s Paper
2. Incommensurability in a Wittgensteinian Perspective: How to Make Sense of Nonsense
4. Nonsense and Paradigm Change
5. Commentary on “Nonsense and Paradigm Change”, by Aristides Baltas
3. Intra-Theoretical Change, as a Subjective Creative Elucidation of an Objective Formerly Present Content
6. From One Version to the Other: Intra-Theoretical Change
7. Commentary on “From One Version to the Other: Intra-Theoretical Change”, by Anouk Barberousse
4. Investigating the Continuities of Scientific Theorizing: A Task for the Bayesian?
8. Modeling High-Temperature Superconductivity: Correspondence at Bay?
9. An Instrumental Bayesianism Meets the History of Science
5. From the Cumulativity of Physical Predictions to the Cumulativity of Physics
10. Is Science Cumulative? a Physicist Viewpoint
11. Commentary on “is Science Cumulative? a Physicist Viewpoint”, by Bernard d’Espagnat
6. From Denotational Continuity to Entity Realism
12. The Optimistic Meta-Induction and Ontological Continuity: the Case of the Electron
13. Some Optimism for the Pessimist
7. Is a Realist Interpretation of Quantum Physics Possible?
14. Can We Consider Quantum Mechanics to Be a Description of Reality?
15. Commentary on “Can We Consider Quantum Mechanics to Be a Description of Reality?”, by Herve Zwirn
8. Ontological Continuity: A Policy for Model Building or an Argument in Favour of Scientific Realism?
16. Reasons for Choosing Among Readings of Equipollent Theories
17. Harré Needs No Realism
9. A Change of Perspective: Dissolving the Incommensurability Problem in the Framework of a Theoretical Pluralism Incorporating an Instrumental Rationality
18. Of Course Idealizations Are Incommensurable!
19. Incommensurability from a Modelling Perspective
Ronald N. Giere
10. What Can Philosophical Theories of Scientific Method Do?
20. The Aim And Structure Of Methodological Theory
21. Method and Objectivity
11. A New Kind of Incommensurability at the Level of Experimental Practices?
22. The Incommensurability of Experimental Practices: An Incommensurability
23. Some Reflections on Experimental Incommensurability
12. Pragmatic Breakdowns: A New Kind of Scientific Revolution?
24. Disruptive Scientific Change
25. Scientific Revolutions: the View from Inside and the View from Outside
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