Call for Papers

Issue 30, April 2016
In Silico Modeling: the Human Factor
Editors:
Marta Bertolaso (Institute of Philosophy of Scientific and Technological Practice, University Campus Bio-Medico of Rome),
Miles MacLeod (Academy of Finland Centre of Excellence in the Philosophy of the Social Sciences, University of Helsinki)

Forthcoming issues

 
Vol. MONTH YEAR ISSUES
29 November 2015

Causation and Mental Causation
Editors:  Raffaella Campaner, Carlo Gabbani

30 April 2016

In Silico Modeling: the Human Factor
Editors:  Marta Bertolaso, Miles MacLeod

 

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