The October HPS&ST Newsletter is on the web here.
- Society for Philosophy of Science in Practice (SPSP) Eighth Biennial Conference, 7 – 10 July 2020, Michigan State University, USA
- Journal Special Issue: “Idealization, Representation, Explanation Across the Sciences”, Studies in History and Philosophy of Science
- The Partington Prize 2020
- Mario Bunge Celebrates a Century
- 16th DLMPST Congress, Prague, August 5-10, Report
- 8th Integrated History and Philosophy of Science Conference (&HPS8), Virginia Tech, Blacksburgh VA, July 15-17, 2020
- Science, Religion and Big Questions Conference, 22-23 June 2020, University of Oxford
- Editor Sought, Annals of Science
- Opinion Page: Maurice Finocchiaro, Galileo’s Legacy: Avoiding the Myths and Muddles
- HPS&ST Newsletter, Assistant Editor Required
- PhD Theses in HPS&ST Domain
- Recent HPS&ST Research Articles
- Recent HPS&ST Related Books
- Coming HPS&ST Related Conferences
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