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  1. “’Cosmos’ se estrenó en España el 15 de julio de 1982”.↩︎

  2. “Población”.↩︎

  3. “Staple Food”.↩︎

  4. “Rice Productivity”.↩︎

  5. “Gran hambruna irlandesa”.↩︎

  6. Godfrey-Smith, Philosophy of Biology, location:126.↩︎

  7. “Talidomida”.↩︎

  8. Goldacre, Bad Pharma.↩︎

  9. Cervera, El arte de vender mierda.↩︎

  10. Ioannidis, “Why Most Published Research Findings Are False.↩︎

  11. Becker, What Is Real?, location:4548.↩︎

  12. Nagel, Knowledge, location 106.↩︎

  13. Becker, What Is Real?, location: 4826.↩︎

  14. Ibid., location: 4569.↩︎

  15. Ibid., location: 4571.↩︎

  16. Ibid., location: 4583.↩︎

  17. “Uncle Ben.↩︎

  18. Sagan, The Demon-Haunted World, location: 317.↩︎

  19. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, location:140.↩︎

  20. “Mímir”.↩︎

  21. Carroll, Jeremy England on Biology, Thermodynamics, and the BibleSean Carroll.↩︎

  22. Schrödinger and Penrose, What Is Life?, page:70.↩︎

  23. Schrödinger and Penrose, What Is Life? página: 5.↩︎

  24. Ibid. página: 5.↩︎

  25. Dennett, From Bacteria to Bach and Back, location: 269.↩︎

  26. Ibid., location: 2553.↩︎

  27. Yudkowsky, Rationality, location: 8260.↩︎

  28. Shtulman, Scienceblind, location: 3488.↩︎

  29. “Natural Selection Kills 38 Quadrillion Organisms In Bloodiest Day Yet.↩︎

  30. Dennett, Darwin’s Dangerous Idea.↩︎

  31. Dennett, From Bacteria to Bach and Back.↩︎

  32. Ibid., location: 1607.↩︎

  33. Ibid., location: 1609.↩︎

  34. Ibid., location: 1618.↩︎

  35. Ladyman et al., Every Thing Must Go, location: 84.↩︎

  36. Morris, Why The West Rules–For Now, location: 837.↩︎

  37. Yudkowsky, Rationality, location: 9214.↩︎

  38. Dennett, Breaking the Spell.↩︎

  39. “Lion-Man”.↩︎

  40. Olson, Technology and Science in Ancient Civilizations, location: 166.↩︎

  41. McCarter, Neolithic, location:608.↩︎

  42. McCarter, Neolithic, location: 1072.↩︎

  43. McClellan and Dorn, Science and Technology in World History, location: 654.↩︎

  44. Mosterín, El pensamiento arcaico, page:66.↩︎

  45. McCarter, Neolithic, location 1074.↩︎

  46. Ibid., location 379.↩︎

  47. Ibid., location 1079.↩︎

  48. Mosterín, El pensamiento arcaico, pagina 91.↩︎

  49. McClellan and Dorn, Science and Technology in World History, location 886.↩︎

  50. Ibid., location: 899.↩︎

  51. Mosterín, El pensamiento arcaico, pagina 184.↩︎

  52. Ibid., pagina 49.↩︎

  53. McCarter, Neolithic, location: 2325.↩︎

  54. McClellan and Dorn, Science and Technology in World History, location 754.↩︎

  55. McCarter, Neolithic, location 2341.↩︎

  56. McClellan and Dorn, Science and Technology in World History, location 1101.↩︎

  57. Ibid., location 365.↩︎

  58. Mosterín, El pensamiento arcaico, pagina 286.↩︎

  59. Kriwaczek, Babylon, location:467.↩︎

  60. McCarter, Neolithic, location 1454.↩︎

  61. Ibid., location 1153.↩︎

  62. Ibid., location 1260.↩︎

  63. Ibid., location 1168.↩︎

  64. Ibid., location 1165.↩︎

  65. Ibid., location 1151.↩︎

  66. Ibid., location 1393.↩︎

  67. Ibid., location 1411.↩︎

  68. Wutke et al., “The Origin of Ambling Horses”.↩︎

  69. McCarter, Neolithic, location 1136.↩︎

  70. McClellan and Dorn, Science and Technology in World History, location 696.↩︎

  71. Sánchez-Pérez et al., “Mutation of a bHLH Transcription Factor Allowed Almond Domestication”.↩︎

  72. McCarter, Neolithic, location 1978.↩︎

  73. Deming, Science and Technology in World History, Volume 1, location 213.↩︎

  74. Cobb and Goldwhite, Creations Of Fire, location 176.↩︎

  75. Deming, Science and Technology in World History, Volume 1, location 211.↩︎

  76. Cobb and Goldwhite, Creations Of Fire, location 189.↩︎

  77. Brock, The History of Chemistry, location 691.↩︎

  78. Cobb and Goldwhite, Creations Of Fire, location 215.↩︎

  79. Brock, The History of Chemistry, location 681.↩︎

  80. Deming, Science and Technology in World History, Volume 1, location 244.↩︎

  81. McClellan and Dorn, Science and Technology in World History, location:732.↩︎

  82. Kriwaczek, Babylon, location 999.↩︎

  83. Cobb and Goldwhite, Creations Of Fire, location: 237.↩︎

  84. Ibid., location 243.↩︎

  85. Olson, Technology and Science in Ancient Civilizations, location:4242.↩︎

  86. Olson, Technology and Science in Ancient Civilizations, location 4264.↩︎

  87. Ibid., location 4250.↩︎

  88. McClellan and Dorn, Science and Technology in World History, location 1083.↩︎

  89. Olson, Technology and Science in Ancient Civilizations, location 4017.↩︎

  90. Deming, Science and Technology in World History, Volume 1, location 247.↩︎

  91. Olson, Technology and Science in Ancient Civilizations, location:4065.↩︎

  92. Cline, 1177 B.C., location 1605.↩︎

  93. Kriwaczek, Babylon, location:4286.↩︎

  94. McClellan and Dorn, Science and Technology in World History, location: 1177.↩︎

  95. Kriwaczek, Babylon, 2697.↩︎

  96. McClellan and Dorn, Science and Technology in World History, 995.↩︎

  97. Olson, Technology and Science in Ancient Civilizations, location: 438.↩︎

  98. Kriwaczek, Babylon, location 1922.↩︎

  99. Ibid., location 312.↩︎

  100. Mosterín, El pensamiento arcaico, pagina 99.↩︎

  101. Olson, Technology and Science in Ancient Civilizations, location 1299.↩︎

  102. McClellan and Dorn, Science and Technology in World History, location 1194.↩︎

  103. Kriwaczek, Babylon, location: 1276.↩︎

  104. Mosterín, El pensamiento arcaico, pagina 152.↩︎

  105. Olson, Technology and Science in Ancient Civilizations, location 585.↩︎

  106. Lindberg, The Beginnings of Western Science The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450, Second Edition, location 410.↩︎

  107. Olson, Technology and Science in Ancient Civilizations, location 779.↩︎

  108. Ibid., 673.↩︎

  109. Kline, Mathematical Thought From Ancient to Modern Times, Volume I, location 605.↩︎

  110. Olson, Technology and Science in Ancient Civilizations, location 1011.↩︎

  111. Ibid., location 863.↩︎

  112. Kline, Mathematical Thought From Ancient to Modern Times, Volume I, location 605.↩︎

  113. Kriwaczek, Babylon, location 3559.↩︎

  114. Diamond, “Geographic Determinism”.↩︎

  115. Francis, Domesticated, location 57.↩︎

  116. McClellan and Dorn, Science and Technology in World History, location 939.↩︎

  117. McCarter, Neolithic, location 3010.↩︎

  118. Ibid., location 3150.↩︎

  119. Kriwaczek, Babylon, location 527.↩︎

  120. Ibid., location 528.↩︎

  121. Mosterín, El pensamiento arcaico, pagina:107.↩︎

  122. Kriwaczek, Babylon, location:647.↩︎

  123. Mosterín, El pensamiento arcaico, pagina:108.↩︎

  124. Kriwaczek, Babylon, location:771.↩︎

  125. Kriwaczek, Babylon, location 725.↩︎

  126. McClellan and Dorn, Science and Technology in World History, location: 281.↩︎

  127. Ibid., location: 283.↩︎

  128. Olson, Technology and Science in Ancient Civilizations, location:1319.↩︎

  129. McClellan and Dorn, Science and Technology in World History, location:1179.↩︎

  130. Olson, Technology and Science in Ancient Civilizations, location 1342.↩︎

  131. McClellan and Dorn, Science and Technology in World History, location:1198.↩︎

  132. McCarter, Neolithic, location 2059.↩︎

  133. Ibid., location:2096.↩︎

  134. Ibid., location:2181.↩︎

  135. Ibid., 2181.↩︎

  136. Kriwaczek, Babylon, location:1565.↩︎

  137. Kline, Mathematical Thought From Ancient to Modern Times, Volume I, location 635.↩︎

  138. McClellan and Dorn, Science and Technology in World History, location 1244.↩︎

  139. Kriwaczek, Babylon, location 3556.↩︎

  140. Olson, Technology and Science in Ancient Civilizations, location 1011.↩︎

  141. Kline, Mathematical Thought From Ancient to Modern Times, Volume I, 637.↩︎

  142. Brock, The History of Chemistry, location 729.↩︎

  143. Ibid., location:742.↩︎

  144. Russo and Levy, The Forgotten Revolution, location 209.↩︎

  145. Dennett, From Bacteria to Bach and Back, location:620.↩︎

  146. Ibid., location:525.↩︎

  147. Ibid., location:2169.↩︎

  148. Godfrey-Smith, Philosophy of Biology, location 2593.↩︎

  149. Deming, Science and Technology in World History, Volume 1, location:38.↩︎

  150. Lindberg, The Beginnings of Western Science The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450, Second Edition, location:344.↩︎

  151. Mosterín, El pensamiento arcaico, pagina 101.↩︎

  152. Kriwaczek, Babylon, location:1198.↩︎

  153. Ibid., location:1226.↩︎

  154. Mosterín, El pensamiento arcaico, pagina 101.↩︎

  155. Kriwaczek, Babylon, location 1194.↩︎

  156. McClellan and Dorn, Science and Technology in World History, location 1119.↩︎

  157. Mosterín, El pensamiento arcaico, pagina:102.↩︎

  158. Olson, Technology and Science in Ancient Civilizations, location:1277.↩︎

  159. Kriwaczek, Babylon, location 1261.↩︎

  160. Ibid., location 1252.↩︎

  161. Ibid., location:1253.↩︎

  162. Lindberg, The Beginnings of Western Science The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450, Second Edition, location 348.↩︎

  163. Mosterín, La hélade, pagina 18.↩︎

  164. Ibid., pagina:19.↩︎

  165. Ibid., pagina:18.↩︎

  166. Mosterín, La hélade, pagina 19.↩︎

  167. Ibid., pagina 58.↩︎

  168. Olson, Technology and Science in Ancient Civilizations, location:1271.↩︎

  169. Kriwaczek, Babylon, location:1262.↩︎

  170. Olson, Technology and Science in Ancient Civilizations, location 1288.↩︎

  171. Kriwaczek, Babylon, location:2392.↩︎

  172. Olson, Technology and Science in Ancient Civilizations, location:1391.↩︎

  173. Ibid., location:1392.↩︎

  174. Olson, Technology and Science in Ancient Civilizations, location 1434.↩︎

  175. “Ley de Stigler”.↩︎

  176. “Sewall Wright.↩︎

  177. Hughes, On the Origin of Tepees.↩︎

  178. Dagg, “Exploring Mouse Trap History.↩︎

  179. Godfrey-Smith, Philosophy of Biology, location:912.↩︎

  180. Godfrey-Smith, Philosophy of Biology, location 2589.↩︎

  181. Dennett, Breaking the Spell.↩︎

  182. Tehrani, “The Phylogeny of Little Red Riding Hood.↩︎

  183. Godfrey-Smith, Philosophy of Biology, location:2606.↩︎

  184. Dennett, From Bacteria to Bach and Back, location:2315.↩︎

  185. Ibid., location:3292.↩︎

  186. Russo and Levy, The Forgotten Revolution, location:2.↩︎

  187. Dennett, From Bacteria to Bach and Back, location 4980.↩︎

  188. Ibid., location:1618.↩︎

  189. Dennett, From Bacteria to Bach and Back, location 2319.↩︎

  190. Ibid., location 2308.↩︎

  191. Mosterín, La hélade, página 11.↩︎

  192. Galef, Rationally Speaking,. Chris Fraser on "The Mohists, Ancient China’s Philosopher Warriors".↩︎

  193. Lu, A History of Chinese Science and Technology, location 549.↩︎

  194. Galef, Rationally Speaking,. Chris Fraser on "The Mohists, Ancient China’s Philosopher Warriors".↩︎

  195. Lu, A History of Chinese Science and Technology, 556.↩︎

  196. Lu, A History of Chinese Science and Technology, location 527.↩︎

  197. Ibid., location 527.↩︎

  198. Holloway, A Little History of Religion, página 84.↩︎

  199. Lu, A History of Chinese Science and Technology, location 894.↩︎

  200. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina 21.↩︎

  201. Mosterín, La hélade, pagina 45.↩︎

  202. Lindberg, The Beginnings of Western Science The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450, Second Edition, location 607.↩︎

  203. Kline, Mathematical Thought From Ancient to Modern Times, Volume I, location 755.↩︎

  204. Mosterín, La hélade, pagina 48.↩︎

  205. “Eclipse of Thales.↩︎

  206. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location 199.↩︎

  207. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, location 118.↩︎

  208. Lindberg, The Beginnings of Western Science The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450, Second Edition, location 593.↩︎

  209. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina 4.↩︎

  210. Mosterín, La hélade, pagina 49.↩︎

  211. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina 17.↩︎

  212. Pigliucci, Nonsense on Stilts, location:3774.↩︎

  213. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina 19.↩︎

  214. Lindberg, The Beginnings of Western Science The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450, Second Edition, location 595.↩︎

  215. Kline, Mathematical Thought From Ancient to Modern Times, Volume I, location 3127.↩︎

  216. Adamson, Philosophy in the Hellenistic and Roman Worlds, location 3752.↩︎

  217. Kenny, A New History of Western Philosophy, location 612.↩︎

  218. Ibid., location 612.↩︎

  219. Mosterín, La hélade, pagina:124.↩︎

  220. Kenny, A New History of Western Philosophy, location 610.↩︎

  221. Carroll, The Big Picture, location:6894.↩︎

  222. Strogatz, Infinite Powers, location 134.↩︎

  223. Yudkowsky, Rationality, location 12437.↩︎

  224. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina 28.↩︎

  225. Mosterín, Aristóteles, pagina 364.↩︎

  226. Leroi, The Lagoon, location 405.↩︎

  227. Goldstein, Plato at the Googleplex, location 6774.↩︎

  228. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina:232.↩︎

  229. Ball, Curiosity, location 117.↩︎

  230. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina 116.↩︎

  231. Ibid., pagina 120.↩︎

  232. Ibid., pagina 146.↩︎

  233. Olson, Technology and Science in Ancient Civilizations, location:1464.↩︎

  234. Kenny, A New History of Western Philosophy, location 979.↩︎

  235. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina 124.↩︎

  236. Mosterín, La hélade, pagina 66.↩︎

  237. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location 2099.↩︎

  238. Adamson, Philosophy in the Hellenistic and Roman Worlds, location 1988.↩︎

  239. Silberman and Sacks, NeuroTribes, location 1597.↩︎

  240. Ibid., location 1639.↩︎

  241. Ibid., location 3258.↩︎

  242. Ibid., location 3389.↩︎

  243. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina 100.↩︎

  244. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location:1930.↩︎

  245. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina:242.↩︎

  246. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina: 283.↩︎

  247. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location 5367.↩︎

  248. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, location: 471.↩︎

  249. Adamson, Philosophy in the Hellenistic and Roman Worlds, location 4539.↩︎

  250. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina 30.↩︎

  251. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location: 517.↩︎

  252. Lindberg, The Beginnings of Western Science The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450, Second Edition, location 561.↩︎

  253. Leroi, The Lagoon, location:285.↩︎

  254. Mosterín, La hélade, pagina:115.↩︎

  255. Adamson, Philosophy in the Hellenistic and Roman Worlds, location 1677.↩︎

  256. Mosterín, La hélade, pagina:74.↩︎

  257. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location:651.↩︎

  258. Ibid., location:1413.↩︎

  259. Lindberg, The Beginnings of Western Science The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450, Second Edition, location:253.↩︎

  260. Pigliucci, Nonsense on Stilts, location:3777.↩︎

  261. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location:266.↩︎

  262. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location: 483.↩︎

  263. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, location:413.↩︎

  264. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina 418.↩︎

  265. Kline, Mathematical Thought From Ancient to Modern Times, Volume I, location 4433.↩︎

  266. Lindberg, The Beginnings of Western Science The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450, Second Edition, location: 4310.↩︎

  267. Staley, An Introduction to the Philosophy of Science, location:2116.↩︎

  268. Lindberg, The Beginnings of Western Science The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450, Second Edition, location:3504.↩︎

  269. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, location:404.↩︎

  270. Lindberg, The Beginnings of Western Science The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450, Second Edition, location:3648.↩︎

  271. Wootton, The Invention of Science: location:7680.↩︎

  272. Lindberg, The Beginnings of Western Science The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450, Second Edition, location:3653.↩︎

  273. Morris, Why The West Rules–For Now, location:5809.↩︎

  274. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, location:361.↩︎

  275. Pigliucci, Nonsense on Stilts, location:4075.↩︎

  276. Lindberg, The Beginnings of Western Science The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450, Second Edition, location:3497.↩︎

  277. Mosterín, Los Cristianos, pagina:400.↩︎

  278. Lindberg, The Beginnings of Western Science The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450, Second Edition, location:2720.↩︎

  279. Kenny, A New History of Western Philosophy, location:5949.↩︎

  280. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina:361.↩︎

  281. Yudkowsky, Rationality, location: 302.↩︎

  282. Ibid., location:262.↩︎

  283. Shermer and Gould, Why People Believe Weird Things, location: 1532.↩︎

  284. Ibid., location: 5637.↩︎

  285. Ibid., location: 5631.↩︎

  286. Ibid., location:5519.↩︎

  287. Feynman and Dyson, The Pleasure of Finding Things Out, location 3073.↩︎

  288. Ibid., location 3690.↩︎

  289. Kenny, A New History of Western Philosophy, location:1192.↩︎

  290. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, location:2497.↩︎

  291. Ibid., pagina:119.↩︎

  292. Nekrašas, The Positive Mind, location:2006.↩︎

  293. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location:2374.↩︎

  294. Blanca et al., “Genomic Variation in Tomato, from Wild Ancestors to Contemporary Breeding Accessions”.↩︎

  295. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location:2120.↩︎

  296. Ibid., location:129.↩︎

  297. Nekrašas, The Positive Mind, location:4213.↩︎

  298. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, página: 1.↩︎

  299. Massimo Pigliucci, The Nature of Philosophy, location: 1476.↩︎

  300. Ibid., location:783.↩︎

  301. Nekrašas, The Positive Mind, location:3118.↩︎

  302. Massimo Pigliucci, The Nature of Philosophy, location:755.↩︎

  303. Mosterín, El pensamiento arcaico, pagina 122.↩︎

  304. Ibid.↩︎

  305. Ibid., pagina: 208.↩︎

  306. Lindberg, The Beginnings of Western Science The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450, Second Edition, location 339.↩︎

  307. Massimo Pigliucci, The Nature of Philosophy, location: 1476.↩︎

  308. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, location 34.↩︎

  309. Pigliucci and Boudry, Philosophy of Pseudoscience, location 82.↩︎

  310. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location:866.↩︎

  311. Ibid., location:2107.↩︎

  312. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location: 2147.↩︎

  313. Kenny, A New History of Western Philosophy, location: 2970.↩︎

  314. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location:2692.↩︎

  315. Mosterín, La hélade, pagina:258.↩︎

  316. Massimo Pigliucci, The Nature of Philosophy, location:2508.↩︎

  317. Kenny, A New History of Western Philosophy, location:3007.↩︎

  318. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location:2611.↩︎

  319. Boghossian, Fear of Knowledge, location:202.↩︎

  320. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location:2785.↩︎

  321. Nagel, Knowledge, location:1367.↩︎

  322. Sautoy, What We Cannot Know, location:6218.↩︎

  323. Ichikawa and Steup, “The Analysis of Knowledge.↩︎

  324. Nagel, Knowledge, location:1435.↩︎

  325. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location:2791.↩︎

  326. Boghossian, Fear of Knowledge, location:273.↩︎

  327. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location:4486.↩︎

  328. Blackburn, Truth, location:118.↩︎

  329. Massimo Pigliucci, The Nature of Philosophy, location:1511.↩︎

  330. Blackburn, Truth, location:95.↩︎

  331. Bourget and Chalmers, “What Do Philosophers Believe?”↩︎

  332. Massimo Pigliucci, The Nature of Philosophy, location:1513.↩︎

  333. Nagel, Knowledge, location:1323.↩︎

  334. Massimo Pigliucci, The Nature of Philosophy, location:1956.↩︎

  335. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location:4299.↩︎

  336. Russo and Levy, The Forgotten Revolution, location:184.↩︎

  337. Kline, Mathematical Thought From Ancient to Modern Times, Volume I, location:1268.↩︎

  338. Kenny, A New History of Western Philosophy, location:1524.↩︎

  339. Bourget and Chalmers, “What Do Philosophers Believe?”↩︎

  340. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina:230.↩︎

  341. Ibid., pagina:231.↩︎

  342. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location:5599.↩︎

  343. Ibid., location:4163.↩︎

  344. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location 4165.↩︎

  345. Mosterín, Aristóteles, pagina 57.↩︎

  346. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location:4153.↩︎

  347. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina:232.↩︎

  348. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:262.↩︎

  349. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:476.↩︎

  350. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:16.↩︎

  351. Ibid.↩︎

  352. Ibid.↩︎

  353. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location:4316.↩︎

  354. Massimo Pigliucci, The Nature of Philosophy, location:2274.↩︎

  355. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina:263.↩︎

  356. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:18.↩︎

  357. Mosterín, Aristóteles, pagina 209.↩︎

  358. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:15.↩︎

  359. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina:264.↩︎

  360. Pigliucci and Boudry, Philosophy of Pseudoscience, location:5591.↩︎

  361. Mosterín, La hélade, pagina 124.↩︎

  362. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:263.↩︎

  363. Boudry, “The Fallacy Fork.↩︎

  364. “Are Logical Fallacies Useful?”↩︎

  365. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location:4403.↩︎

  366. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina:266.↩︎

  367. Ibid., pagina:267.↩︎

  368. Adamson, Philosophy in the Hellenistic and Roman Worlds, location:1473.↩︎

  369. Russo and Levy, The Forgotten Revolution, location:222.↩︎

  370. Mosterín, Los Cristianos, pagina:393.↩︎

  371. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, location:367.↩︎

  372. Kline, Mathematical Thought From Ancient to Modern Times, Volume I, location:4432.↩︎

  373. Massimo Pigliucci, The Nature of Philosophy, location:2344.↩︎

  374. Ibid., location:2355.↩︎

  375. Ibid., location:822.↩︎

  376. Ibid., location:2358.↩︎

  377. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina:270.↩︎

  378. Ibid.↩︎

  379. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location:2739.↩︎

  380. Lindberg, The Beginnings of Western Science The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450, Second Edition, location:387.↩︎

  381. Kline, Mathematical Thought From Ancient to Modern Times, Volume I, location:669.↩︎

  382. Mosterín, La hélade, pagina:173.↩︎

  383. Lindberg, The Beginnings of Western Science The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450, Second Edition, location:1637.↩︎

  384. Mosterín, La hélade, pagina:175.↩︎

  385. Olson, Technology and Science in Ancient Civilizations, location:1091.↩︎

  386. Lindberg, The Beginnings of Western Science The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450, Second Edition, location:1672.↩︎

  387. Olson, Technology and Science in Ancient Civilizations, location:910.↩︎

  388. Massimo Pigliucci, The Nature of Philosophy, location: 1951.↩︎

  389. Carroll, The Big Picture, location:2113.↩︎

  390. Sautoy, What We Cannot Know, location:5449.↩︎

  391. Olson, Technology and Science in Ancient Civilizations, location:813.↩︎

  392. Mosterín, La hélade, pagina:50.↩︎

  393. Kline, Mathematical Thought From Ancient to Modern Times, Volume I, location:755.↩︎

  394. Mosterín, La hélade, pagina:75.↩︎

  395. Kline, Mathematical Thought From Ancient to Modern Times, Volume I, location:876.↩︎

  396. Ibid., location:996.↩︎

  397. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina:187.↩︎

  398. Ibid.↩︎

  399. Kline, Mathematical Thought From Ancient to Modern Times, Volume I: location:1092.↩︎

  400. Olson, Technology and Science in Ancient Civilizations: 1034.↩︎

  401. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location:874.↩︎

  402. Kenny, A New History of Western Philosophy, location:3792.↩︎

  403. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location:855.↩︎

  404. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:133.↩︎

  405. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location 977.↩︎

  406. Lindberg, The Beginnings of Western Science The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450, Second Edition, location 722.↩︎

  407. Kenny, A New History of Western Philosophy, location 2896.↩︎

  408. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina:29.↩︎

  409. Lindberg, The Beginnings of Western Science The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450, Second Edition, location:781.↩︎

  410. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina:32.↩︎

  411. Kenny, A New History of Western Philosophy, location:533.↩︎

  412. Kline, Mathematical Thought From Ancient to Modern Times, Volume I, location:3217.↩︎

  413. Lindberg, The Beginnings of Western Science The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450, Second Edition, location:665.↩︎

  414. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina:39.↩︎

  415. Sautoy, What We Cannot Know, location:1675.↩︎

  416. Kenny, A New History of Western Philosophy, location:1312.↩︎

  417. Adamson, Philosophy in the Hellenistic and Roman Worlds, location:3623.↩︎

  418. Lindberg, The Beginnings of Western Science The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450, Second Edition, location:777.↩︎

  419. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina:181.↩︎

  420. Mosterín, La hélade, pagina:56.↩︎

  421. Kenny, A New History of Western Philosophy, location:4088.↩︎

  422. Ibid., location:1489.↩︎

  423. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina 382.↩︎

  424. Kenny, A New History of Western Philosophy, location:8612.↩︎

  425. Ibid., location:2322.↩︎

  426. Mosterín, Los Cristianos, pagina:402.↩︎

  427. Kline, Mathematical Thought From Ancient to Modern Times, Volume I, location:4393.↩︎

  428. Lindberg, The Beginnings of Western Science The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450, Second Edition, location: 4019.↩︎

  429. Ibid., location:4264.↩︎

  430. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina:365.↩︎

  431. Ibid., pagina:259.↩︎

  432. Ibid.↩︎

  433. Ladyman et al., Every Thing Must Go, location:219.↩︎

  434. Ibid., location:217.↩︎

  435. Ibid., location:85.↩︎

  436. Ibid., location:294.↩︎

  437. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:4.↩︎

  438. Massimo Pigliucci, The Nature of Philosophy, location:1311.↩︎

  439. Ladyman et al., Every Thing Must Go, location:510.↩︎

  440. Ibid., location:208.↩︎

  441. Sean Carroll, Russ Shafer-Landau on the Reality of MoralitySean Carroll.↩︎

  442. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location:4571.↩︎

  443. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:145.↩︎

  444. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location:907.↩︎

  445. Adamson, Philosophy in the Hellenistic and Roman Worlds, location:781.↩︎

  446. Nagel, Knowledge, location:715.↩︎

  447. Adamson, Philosophy in the Hellenistic and Roman Worlds, location:1589.↩︎

  448. Annas and Barnes, The Modes of Scepticism Paperback, location:22.↩︎

  449. Kenny, A New History of Western Philosophy, location:3322.↩︎

  450. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location:1974.↩︎

  451. Annas and Barnes, The Modes of Scepticism Paperback, location:22.↩︎

  452. Ibid., location:27.↩︎

  453. Annas and Barnes, The Modes of Scepticism Paperback.↩︎

  454. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina:346.↩︎

  455. Adamson, Philosophy in the Hellenistic and Roman Worlds, location:2906.↩︎

  456. Mosterín, La hélade, pagina:168.↩︎

  457. Kenny, A New History of Western Philosophy, location:3364.↩︎

  458. Pagden, The Enlightenment, location: 878.↩︎

  459. Mosterín, La hélade, pagina 162.↩︎

  460. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:759.↩︎

  461. Mosterín, La hélade, pagina:177.↩︎

  462. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:774.↩︎

  463. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:652.↩︎

  464. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:804.↩︎

  465. Pigliucci, Nonsense on Stilts, location:4179.↩︎

  466. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:1311.↩︎

  467. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:29.↩︎

  468. Nekrašas, The Positive Mind, location:3504.↩︎

  469. Ibid., location:3505.↩︎

  470. Ibid., location:5061.↩︎

  471. Ibid., location:5117.↩︎

  472. Ibid., location:5066.↩︎

  473. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:1204.↩︎

  474. Nekrašas, The Positive Mind, location:3509.↩︎

  475. Carroll, Liam Kofi Bright on Knowledge, Truth, and Science.↩︎

  476. Nekrašas, The Positive Mind, location:3074.↩︎

  477. Ibid., location:2398.↩︎

  478. Carroll, Liam Kofi Bright on Knowledge, Truth, and Science.↩︎

  479. Gottlieb, The Dream of Enlightenment, location:4151.↩︎

  480. Ibid., location:4158.↩︎

  481. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:1783.↩︎

  482. Adamson, Philosophy in the Hellenistic and Roman Worlds, location:2593.↩︎

  483. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:2413.↩︎

  484. Adamson, Philosophy in the Hellenistic and Roman Worlds, location:2896.↩︎

  485. Annas and Barnes, The Modes of Scepticism Paperback, location:31.↩︎

  486. Adamson, Philosophy in the Hellenistic and Roman Worlds, location:1565.↩︎

  487. Ibid., location:1634.↩︎

  488. Annas and Barnes, The Modes of Scepticism Paperback: location:77.↩︎

  489. Nagel, Knowledge, location:825.↩︎

  490. Kenny, A New History of Western Philosophy, location:12200.↩︎

  491. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, 2730.↩︎

  492. Ings, Stalin and the Scientists, location:715.↩︎

  493. Chalmers, What Is This Thing Called Science?, location:569.↩︎

  494. Dennett, From Bacteria to Bach and Back, location:2017.↩︎

  495. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:2378.↩︎

  496. Kenny, A New History of Western Philosophy, location:3338.↩︎

  497. Annas and Barnes, The Modes of Scepticism Paperback, location:82.↩︎

  498. Adamson, Philosophy in the Hellenistic and Roman Worlds, location:1633.↩︎

  499. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location:1997.↩︎

  500. Mosterín, La hélade, pagina:155.↩︎

  501. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location:1751.↩︎

  502. Mosterín, La hélade, pagina:168.↩︎

  503. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina:126.↩︎

  504. Annas and Barnes, The Modes of Scepticism Paperback, location:106.↩︎

  505. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina:347.↩︎

  506. Adamson, Philosophy in the Hellenistic and Roman Worlds, location:2429.↩︎

  507. Ibid., location:2431.↩︎

  508. Ibid., location:2634.↩︎

  509. Sokal, Beyond the Hoax, location:177.↩︎

  510. Nagel, Knowledge, location:754.↩︎

  511. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina:344.↩︎

  512. Sokal, Beyond the Hoax, location:176.↩︎

  513. Pigliucci and Boudry, Philosophy of Pseudoscience, location:6879.↩︎

  514. Bergstrom and West, Calling Bullshit, location:798.↩︎

  515. Ibid., location:796.↩︎

  516. Ibid., location:4318.↩︎

  517. Ibid., location:466.↩︎

  518. Ibid., location:354.↩︎

  519. Annas and Barnes, The Modes of Scepticism Paperback, location:132.↩︎

  520. Mosterín, La hélade, pagina:158.↩︎

  521. Adamson, Philosophy in the Hellenistic and Roman Worlds, location:2953.↩︎

  522. Ibid., location:2645.↩︎

  523. Ibid., location:2842.↩︎

  524. Ibid., location:2880.↩︎

  525. Ibid., location:2654.↩︎

  526. Ibid., location:2668.↩︎

  527. Ibid., location:2874.↩︎

  528. Annas and Barnes, The Modes of Scepticism Paperback, location 13.↩︎

  529. Nagel, Knowledge, location:768.↩︎

  530. Yudkowsky, Rationality, location:7499.↩︎

  531. Sokal, Beyond the Hoax, location:177.↩︎

  532. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location:5201.↩︎

  533. Leroi, The Lagoon, location:659.↩︎

  534. Ibid., location:901.↩︎

  535. Kenny, A New History of Western Philosophy, location:1587.↩︎

  536. Mosterín, Aristóteles, location:301.↩︎

  537. Leroi, The Lagoon, location:534.↩︎

  538. Ibid., location:162.↩︎

  539. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina:226.↩︎

  540. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location:4542.↩︎

  541. Ibid., location:4538.↩︎

  542. Ibid., location:4540.↩︎

  543. Ibid., location:5209.↩︎

  544. Leroi, The Lagoon, location:610.↩︎

  545. Mosterín, Aristóteles, pagina:295.↩︎

  546. Pigliucci, Nonsense on Stilts, location:3812.↩︎

  547. Mosterín, Aristóteles, pagina:268.↩︎

  548. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location:5278.↩︎

  549. Ibid., location:5281.↩︎

  550. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina:231.↩︎

  551. Ibid., pagina:234.↩︎

  552. Ibid., pagina:235.↩︎

  553. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location:4761.↩︎

  554. Ibid., location:4545.↩︎

  555. Ibid., location:4502.↩︎

  556. Leroi, The Lagoon, location:1873.↩︎

  557. Kenny, A New History of Western Philosophy, location:8794.↩︎

  558. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:3079.↩︎

  559. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location:4529.↩︎

  560. Ibid., location:4592.↩︎

  561. Lindberg, The Beginnings of Western Science The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450, Second Edition, location:1032.↩︎

  562. Mosterín, Aristóteles, pagina:236.↩︎

  563. Lindberg, The Beginnings of Western Science The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450, Second Edition, location:1038.↩︎

  564. Ibid., location:3449.↩︎

  565. Kline, Mathematical Thought From Ancient to Modern Times, Volume I, location:4157.↩︎

  566. Ibid., location:4172.↩︎

  567. Ibid., location:4194.↩︎

  568. Kenny, A New History of Western Philosophy, location:7551.↩︎

  569. Ibid., location:7306.↩︎

  570. Lindberg, The Beginnings of Western Science The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450, Second Edition, location:4273.↩︎

  571. Ibid., location:5388.↩︎

  572. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina:293.↩︎

  573. Mosterín, La hélade, pagina:23.↩︎

  574. Russo and Levy, The Forgotten Revolution, location:246.↩︎

  575. Mosterín, La hélade, pagina:169.↩︎

  576. McClellan and Dorn, Science and Technology in World History, location:310.↩︎

  577. Mosterín, La hélade, pagina:167.↩︎

  578. McClellan and Dorn, Science and Technology in World History, location:1288.↩︎

  579. McClellan and Dorn, Science and Technology in World History, location: 1323.↩︎

  580. Kline, Mathematical Thought From Ancient to Modern Times, Volume I, location:3313.↩︎

  581. Lindberg, The Beginnings of Western Science The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450, Second Edition, location:1871.↩︎

  582. Kline, Mathematical Thought From Ancient to Modern Times, Volume I, location:3390.↩︎

  583. Lindberg, The Beginnings of Western Science The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450, Second Edition: 1876m.↩︎

  584. Mosterín, La hélade, pagina 213.↩︎

  585. “Mecanismo de Anticitera”.↩︎

  586. Winchester, The Perfectionists How Precision Engineers Created the Modern World, pagina:36.↩︎

  587. Adamson, Philosophy in the Hellenistic and Roman Worlds, location:4481.↩︎

  588. Mosterín, La hélade, pagina 185.↩︎

  589. Strogatz, Infinite Powers, location:722.↩︎

  590. Ibid., location:971.↩︎

  591. Mosterín, La hélade, pagina:192.↩︎

  592. Lindberg, The Beginnings of Western Science The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450, Second Edition, location:2079.↩︎

  593. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:10347.↩︎

  594. Ibid., location:4351.↩︎

  595. Gower, Scientific Method, location:878.↩︎

  596. Ibid., location:838.↩︎

  597. Russo and Levy, The Forgotten Revolution, location:195.↩︎

  598. Adamson, Philosophy in the Hellenistic and Roman Worlds, location:3188.↩︎

  599. Russo and Levy, The Forgotten Revolution, location:95.↩︎

  600. Ibid., location:96.↩︎

  601. Ibid., location:97.↩︎

  602. Ibid., location:126.↩︎

  603. Mosterín, La hélade, pagina:186.↩︎

  604. Kline, Mathematical Thought From Ancient to Modern Times, Volume I, location:3454.↩︎

  605. Russo and Levy, The Forgotten Revolution, location:250.↩︎

  606. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina:298.↩︎

  607. Mosterín, La hélade, pagina:47.↩︎

  608. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina:299.↩︎

  609. Russo and Levy, The Forgotten Revolution, location:233.↩︎

  610. Kline, Mathematical Thought From Ancient to Modern Times, Volume I, location:3774.↩︎

  611. Russo and Levy, The Forgotten Revolution, location:14.↩︎

  612. Pigliucci, Nonsense on Stilts, location:400.↩︎

  613. Lindberg, The Beginnings of Western Science The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450, Second Edition, location:2458.↩︎

  614. Kline, Mathematical Thought From Ancient to Modern Times, Volume I, location:3780.↩︎

  615. Russo and Levy, The Forgotten Revolution, location:235.↩︎

  616. Adamson, Philosophy in the Hellenistic and Roman Worlds, location:3440.↩︎

  617. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, página 14.↩︎

  618. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:1398.↩︎

  619. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location: 7066.↩︎

  620. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina:431.↩︎

  621. Nekrašas, The Positive Mind, location:366.↩︎

  622. Kline, Mathematical Thought From Ancient to Modern Times, Volume I, location:4824.↩︎

  623. Kenny, A New History of Western Philosophy, location:11374.↩︎

  624. Ibid., location:14128.↩︎

  625. Pagden, The Enlightenment, location:698.↩︎

  626. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:5652.↩︎

  627. Pagden, The Enlightenment, location:1533.↩︎

  628. Ibid., location:839.↩︎

  629. Ibid., location:847.↩︎

  630. Kenny, A New History of Western Philosophy, location: 11356.↩︎

  631. Pagden, The Enlightenment, location: 666.↩︎

  632. Kline, Mathematical Thought from Ancient to Modern Times, location:333.↩︎

  633. Pagden, The Enlightenment, location:692.↩︎

  634. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina:442.↩︎

  635. Gottlieb, The Dream of Enlightenment, location:1177.↩︎

  636. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina:440.↩︎

  637. Ibid., pagina:443.↩︎

  638. Pagden, The Enlightenment, location:742.↩︎

  639. Ibid., location:760.↩︎

  640. Kenny, A New History of Western Philosophy, location:11462.↩︎

  641. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:5395.↩︎

  642. Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason, pagina: 438.↩︎

  643. Buringh and Zanden, “Charting the Rise of the West.↩︎

  644. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:6062.↩︎

  645. Ibid., location:3575.↩︎

  646. Ibid., location:5844.↩︎

  647. Russo and Levy, The Forgotten Revolution, location:58.↩︎

  648. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:3359.↩︎

  649. Ibid., location:3364.↩︎

  650. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:261.↩︎

  651. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:4355.↩︎

  652. Kenny, A New History of Western Philosophy, location:7308.↩︎

  653. Mosterín, Los Cristianos, pagina:408.↩︎

  654. Ibid., pagina:394.↩︎

  655. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:5644.↩︎

  656. Kenny, A New History of Western Philosophy, location:7316.↩︎

  657. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:3610.↩︎

  658. “SN 1572”.↩︎

  659. Kline, Mathematical Thought From Ancient to Modern Times, Volume I, location:5136.↩︎

  660. Wootton, Galileo, location:1248.↩︎

  661. Ibid., location:1249.↩︎

  662. Dreger, Galileo’s Middle Finger, pagina:15.↩︎

  663. Wootton, Galileo, location:2358.↩︎

  664. Ibid., location:2796.↩︎

  665. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:4016.↩︎

  666. Ibid., location:4005.↩︎

  667. Ibid., location:4043.↩︎

  668. Ibid., location:3572.↩︎

  669. Ball, Curiosity, location:5001.↩︎

  670. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:5815.↩︎

  671. Wootton, Galileo, location:1876.↩︎

  672. Ibid., location:1345.↩︎

  673. Kline, Mathematical Thought From Ancient to Modern Times, Volume I, location:7023.↩︎

  674. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:719.↩︎

  675. Gottlieb, The Dream of Enlightenment, location:1552.↩︎

  676. Wootton, Galileo, location:1989.↩︎

  677. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:5490.↩︎

  678. Gower, Scientific Method, location:1054.↩︎

  679. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:3824.↩︎

  680. Gower, Scientific Method, location:1017.↩︎

  681. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:5676.↩︎

  682. Ibid., location:4157.↩︎

  683. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:128.↩︎

  684. Domingos, The Master Algorithm, location:404.↩︎

  685. Nekrašas, The Positive Mind, location:410.↩︎

  686. Ibid., location:412.↩︎

  687. Ball, Curiosity, location:3751.↩︎

  688. Kline, Mathematical Thought From Ancient to Modern Times, Volume I, location:5172.↩︎

  689. Strogatz, Infinite Powers, location:1405.↩︎

  690. Pigliucci and Boudry, Philosophy of Pseudoscience, location:6929.↩︎

  691. Strogatz, Infinite Powers, location:114.↩︎

  692. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:313.↩︎

  693. Pigliucci, Nonsense on Stilts, location:4675.↩︎

  694. Carroll, Liam Kofi Bright on Knowledge, Truth, and Science, location:403.↩︎

  695. Strogatz, Infinite Powers, location:1221.↩︎

  696. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:3030.↩︎

  697. Strogatz, Infinite Powers, location:2607.↩︎

  698. Carroll, Liam Kofi Bright on Knowledge, Truth, and Science, location:410.↩︎

  699. Nekrašas, The Positive Mind, location:5691.↩︎

  700. Brock, The History of Chemistry, location:1217.↩︎

  701. Cobb and Goldwhite, Creations Of Fire, location:119.↩︎

  702. Lewis, The Enlightened Mr. Parkinson, location:2335.↩︎

  703. Nekrašas, The Positive Mind, location:5823.↩︎

  704. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:674.↩︎

  705. Ibid., location:640.↩︎

  706. Wulf, The Invention of Nature, location:4431.↩︎

  707. Pigliucci and Boudry, Philosophy of Pseudoscience, location:2564.↩︎

  708. Becker, What Is Real?, location:449.↩︎

  709. Leo Corry, “Einstein, Hilbert y la teoría general de la relatividad”.↩︎

  710. Rhodes, The Making of the Atomic Bomb, location:715.↩︎

  711. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:5863.↩︎

  712. Wulf, The Invention of Nature, location:373.↩︎

  713. Kline, Mathematical Thought from Ancient to Modern Times, location:300.↩︎

  714. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:239.↩︎

  715. Dennett, From Bacteria to Bach and Back, location:5804.↩︎

  716. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:7134.↩︎

  717. Shermer and Gould, Why People Believe Weird Things, location:678.↩︎

  718. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:5432.↩︎

  719. Ibid., location:4427.↩︎

  720. Nekrašas, The Positive Mind, location:5999.↩︎

  721. Ibid., location:6001.↩︎

  722. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:8135.↩︎

  723. Ibid., location:4890.↩︎

  724. Ibid., location:5359.↩︎

  725. Ibid., location:5869.↩︎

  726. Wootton, Galileo, location:3706.↩︎

  727. Dreger, Galileo’s Middle Finger, pagina:13.↩︎

  728. Pigliucci, Nonsense on Stilts, location: 287.↩︎

  729. Yudkowsky, Rationality, location:17668.↩︎

  730. Gower, Scientific Method, location:1716.↩︎

  731. Feynman and Dyson, The Pleasure of Finding Things Out, location:3386.↩︎

  732. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:9471.↩︎

  733. Hacking, Hacking, and Hacking, Representing and Intervening, location:228.↩︎

  734. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:72.↩︎

  735. Pigliucci and Boudry, Philosophy of Pseudoscience, location:2018.↩︎

  736. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:7650.↩︎

  737. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:414.↩︎

  738. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:8167.↩︎

  739. Yudkowsky, Rationality, location:12803.↩︎

  740. Ibid., location:15416.↩︎

  741. Chalmers, What Is This Thing Called Science?, location:519.↩︎

  742. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:4397.↩︎

  743. Pagden, The Enlightenment, location: 1562.↩︎

  744. Nekrašas, The Positive Mind, location:6007.↩︎

  745. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:6847.↩︎

  746. Ibid., location:7038.↩︎

  747. Feynman and Dyson, The Pleasure of Finding Things Out, location:2894.↩︎

  748. Gower, Scientific Method, location:843.↩︎

  749. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:288.↩︎

  750. Ibid., location:362.↩︎

  751. Pagden, The Enlightenment, location:595.↩︎

  752. Dreger, Galileo’s Middle Finger, pagina:16.↩︎

  753. Ada Palmer, “On Progress and Historical Change”.↩︎

  754. Russo and Levy, The Forgotten Revolution, location:212.↩︎

  755. Ibid., location:211.↩︎

  756. Pinker, Enlightenment Now.↩︎

  757. Ada Palmer, “On Progress and Historical Change”.↩︎

  758. Gottlieb, The Dream of Enlightenment, location:4580.↩︎

  759. Ibid., location:4605.↩︎

  760. Ibid., location:4597.↩︎

  761. Wulf, The Invention of Nature, location:1152.↩︎

  762. Ibid., location:4645.↩︎

  763. Yudkowsky, Rationality, location:14121.↩︎

  764. Lindberg, The Beginnings of Western Science The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450, Second Edition, location:583.↩︎

  765. Shtulman, Scienceblind, location:120.↩︎

  766. Wulf, The Invention of Nature, location:596.↩︎

  767. Ira Flatow, Connecting Science and Art.↩︎

  768. Wulf, The Invention of Nature, location:1775.↩︎

  769. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:1721.↩︎

  770. Kenny, A New History of Western Philosophy, location:12501.↩︎

  771. Wulf, The Invention of Nature, location:1154.↩︎

  772. Nekrašas, The Positive Mind, location:458.↩︎

  773. Ibid., location:322.↩︎

  774. Ibid., location:348.↩︎

  775. Nekrašas, The Positive Mind, location: 576.↩︎

  776. Pagden, The Enlightenment, location:1830.↩︎

  777. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:303.↩︎

  778. Lindberg, The Beginnings of Western Science The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450, Second Edition, location: 2729.↩︎

  779. Ball, Curiosity, location:3412.↩︎

  780. Strogatz, Infinite Powers, location:1164.↩︎

  781. Ball, Curiosity, location:5721.↩︎

  782. Mosterín, Los Cristianos, pagina:419.↩︎

  783. Lindberg, The Beginnings of Western Science The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, Prehistory to A.D. 1450, Second Edition, location:4470.↩︎

  784. Ball, Curiosity, location:3587.↩︎

  785. Wootton, Galileo, location:3594.↩︎

  786. Ball, Curiosity, location:3606.↩︎

  787. Wootton, Galileo, location:3358.↩︎

  788. Ball, Curiosity, location:3599.↩︎

  789. Wootton, Galileo, location:5837.↩︎

  790. Ibid., location:5797.↩︎

  791. Ibid., location:5844.↩︎

  792. Pigliucci, Nonsense on Stilts, location:4283.↩︎

  793. Ibid., location:4281.↩︎

  794. Holmes, The Age of Wonder: location:9190.↩︎

  795. Pagden, The Enlightenment, location:7273.↩︎

  796. Pagden, The Enlightenment.↩︎

  797. Ibid., location:7153.↩︎

  798. Ibid., location:5856.↩︎

  799. Dreger, Galileo’s Middle Finger, pagina:15.↩︎

  800. Pagden, The Enlightenment, location:5810.↩︎

  801. Ibid., location:7192.↩︎

  802. Ibid., location:7422.↩︎

  803. Hacking, Hacking, and Hacking, Representing and Intervening, pagina:246.↩︎

  804. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:382.↩︎

  805. Hacking, Hacking, and Hacking, Representing and Intervening, location:190.↩︎

  806. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:189.↩︎

  807. “Ignaz Semmelweis”.↩︎

  808. Buck and Cohen, PSA 1970, location:2438.↩︎

  809. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:51.↩︎

  810. Nekrašas, The Positive Mind, location:2473.↩︎

  811. Pigliucci and Boudry, Philosophy of Pseudoscience, location:7798.↩︎

  812. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location: 9484.↩︎

  813. Brown, Philosophy of Science.↩︎

  814. Gower, Scientific Method, location:1190.↩︎

  815. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:42.↩︎

  816. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:3177.↩︎

  817. Ibid., location:3182.↩︎

  818. Hacking, Hacking, and Hacking, Representing and Intervening, location:991.↩︎

  819. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:672.↩︎

  820. Understanding Philosophy of Science.↩︎

  821. Domingos, The Master Algorithm, location:1009.↩︎

  822. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:595.↩︎

  823. Carroll, Liam Kofi Bright on Knowledge, Truth, and Science.↩︎

  824. Gower, Scientific Method, location:1769.↩︎

  825. Hacking, Hacking, and Hacking, Representing and Intervening, location:247.↩︎

  826. Gower, Scientific Method, location:1307.↩︎

  827. Ibid., location:1072.↩︎

  828. Gower, Scientific Method, pagina 118.↩︎

  829. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:381.↩︎

  830. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:9434.↩︎

  831. Ibid.↩︎

  832. Ball, Curiosity, location:1857.↩︎

  833. Sokal, Beyond the Hoax, location:180.↩︎

  834. Gower, Scientific Method, location:314.↩︎

  835. Sokal, Beyond the Hoax, location:198.↩︎

  836. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:261.↩︎

  837. Nekrašas, The Positive Mind, location:1792.↩︎

  838. Staley, An Introduction to the Philosophy of Science, location:1904.↩︎

  839. Ibid., location:1840.↩︎

  840. Sokal, Beyond the Hoax, location:188.↩︎

  841. Pigliucci, Nonsense on Stilts, location:99.↩︎

  842. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:9645.↩︎

  843. Hacking, Hacking, and Hacking, Representing and Intervening, location:1133.↩︎

  844. Yudkowsky, Rationality, location:1092.↩︎

  845. Ibid., location:1084.↩︎

  846. Sokal, Beyond the Hoax, location:182.↩︎

  847. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:48.↩︎

  848. Ibid., pagina:35.↩︎

  849. Annas and Barnes, The Modes of Scepticism Paperback, location:73.↩︎

  850. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:28.↩︎

  851. Staley, An Introduction to the Philosophy of Science, location:670.↩︎

  852. Annas and Barnes, The Modes of Scepticism Paperback, location:73.↩︎

  853. Chalmers, What Is This Thing Called Science?, location:958.↩︎

  854. Yudkowsky, Rationality, location 10005.↩︎

  855. Staley, An Introduction to the Philosophy of Science, location:231.↩︎

  856. Ibid., location:285.↩︎

  857. Carroll, The Big Picture, location:1394.↩︎

  858. “Last Thursdayism”.↩︎

  859. Pigliucci and Boudry, Philosophy of Pseudoscience, location:3683.↩︎

  860. Kenny, A New History of Western Philosophy, location:13940.↩︎

  861. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:41.↩︎

  862. Ibid., pagina:36.↩︎

  863. Nekrašas, The Positive Mind, location:1740.↩︎

  864. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:83.↩︎

  865. Okasha, Philosophy of Science, location:1172.↩︎

  866. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:815.↩︎

  867. Sokal, Beyond the Hoax, location:189.↩︎

  868. Ibid., location:190.↩︎

  869. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:170.↩︎

  870. Massimo Pigliucci, The Nature of Philosophy, location:2011.↩︎

  871. Carroll, The Big Picture, location:2444.↩︎

  872. Kuhn, The Structure of Scientific Revolutions.↩︎

  873. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:162.↩︎

  874. Madrid Casado, “A Brief History of the Mathematical Equivalence Between the Two Quantum Mechanics”.↩︎

  875. Boghossian, Fear of Knowledge, location:1755.↩︎

  876. Chalmers, What Is This Thing Called Science?, location:1175.↩︎

  877. Gower, Scientific Method.↩︎

  878. Nekrašas, The Positive Mind, location:4822.↩︎

  879. Howson and Urbach, Scientific Reasoning, location:15.↩︎

  880. Hacking, Hacking, and Hacking, Representing and Intervening, location:2059.↩︎

  881. Pigliucci, Nonsense on Stilts, location:67.↩︎

  882. Sagan, The Demon-Haunted World, location:2710.↩︎

  883. Pigliucci and Boudry, Philosophy of Pseudoscience, location:1558.↩︎

  884. Ibid.↩︎

  885. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:63.↩︎

  886. Ibid., pagina:62.↩︎

  887. Buck and Cohen, PSA 1970, location:2509.↩︎

  888. Pigliucci and Boudry, Philosophy of Pseudoscience, location:1554.↩︎

  889. Chalmers, What Is This Thing Called Science?, location:1291.↩︎

  890. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:892.↩︎

  891. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:62.↩︎

  892. Pigliucci, Nonsense on Stilts, location:4456.↩︎

  893. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:61.↩︎

  894. Sokal, Beyond the Hoax, location:183.↩︎

  895. Howson and Urbach, Scientific Reasoning, location:17.↩︎

  896. Okasha, Philosophy of Science, location:490.↩︎

  897. Hacking, Hacking, and Hacking, Representing and Intervening, location:213.↩︎

  898. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:231.↩︎

  899. Kenny, A New History of Western Philosophy, location:11868.↩︎

  900. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:65.↩︎

  901. Gower, Scientific Method, location:398.↩︎

  902. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:910.↩︎

  903. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:226.↩︎

  904. Pigliucci and Boudry, Philosophy of Pseudoscience, location:3670.↩︎

  905. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:897.↩︎

  906. Buck and Cohen, PSA 1970, location:2497.↩︎

  907. Hacking, Hacking, and Hacking, Representing and Intervening, location:2064.↩︎

  908. Ibid., location:207.↩︎

  909. Pigliucci and Boudry, Philosophy of Pseudoscience, location:1700.↩︎

  910. Sokal, Beyond the Hoax, location:187.↩︎

  911. Gower, Scientific Method, location:4430.↩︎

  912. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:75.↩︎

  913. Staley, An Introduction to the Philosophy of Science, location:676.↩︎

  914. Sokal, Beyond the Hoax, location:185.↩︎

  915. Howson and Urbach, Scientific Reasoning, location:118.↩︎

  916. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:895.↩︎

  917. Staley, An Introduction to the Philosophy of Science, location:702.↩︎

  918. Sautoy, What We Cannot Know, location:2878.↩︎

  919. Ibid., location:2880.↩︎

  920. Ibid., location:2894.↩︎

  921. Yudkowsky, Rationality, location:19232.↩︎

  922. Ferreira, The Perfect Theory, location:253.↩︎

  923. Buck and Cohen, PSA 1970, location:2783.↩︎

  924. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:85.↩︎

  925. Ferreira, The Perfect Theory, location:259.↩︎

  926. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:991.↩︎

  927. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:84.↩︎

  928. Staley, An Introduction to the Philosophy of Science.↩︎

  929. Pigliucci and Boudry, Philosophy of Pseudoscience, location:1707.↩︎

  930. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:993.↩︎

  931. “Eddington Experiment”.↩︎

  932. Buck and Cohen, PSA 1970, location:2812.↩︎

  933. Sokal, Beyond the Hoax, location:187.↩︎

  934. Howson and Urbach, Scientific Reasoning, location:134.↩︎

  935. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:163.↩︎

  936. Ibid., pagina:164.↩︎

  937. Staley, An Introduction to the Philosophy of Science, location:704.↩︎

  938. Ibid., location:823.↩︎

  939. Boghossian, Fear of Knowledge, location:1899.↩︎

  940. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:85.↩︎

  941. Ibid., pagina:86.↩︎

  942. Pigliucci and Boudry, Philosophy of Pseudoscience, location:4093.↩︎

  943. Ibid., location:439.↩︎

  944. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, location:175.↩︎

  945. Kuhn, The Structure of Scientific Revolutions.↩︎

  946. Ladyman et al., Every Thing Must Go, location:1336.↩︎

  947. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:10216.↩︎

  948. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:419.↩︎

  949. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:1440.↩︎

  950. Bergstrom and West, Calling Bullshit, location:2787.↩︎

  951. Bergstrom and West, Calling Bullshit, location: 2810.↩︎

  952. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:421.↩︎

  953. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:176.↩︎

  954. Ibid.↩︎

  955. Ibid.↩︎

  956. Hossenfelder, Lost in Math, location:1533.↩︎

  957. Ibid., location:450.↩︎

  958. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:2929.↩︎

  959. Okasha, Philosophy of Science, location:1392.↩︎

  960. Buck and Cohen, PSA 1970, location:2573.↩︎

  961. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:93.↩︎

  962. Buck and Cohen, PSA 1970, location:2893.↩︎

  963. Okasha, Philosophy of Science, location:1402.↩︎

  964. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:2930.↩︎

  965. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:2533.↩︎

  966. Ibid., location:2313.↩︎

  967. Chalmers, What Is This Thing Called Science?, location:2306.↩︎

  968. Boghossian, Fear of Knowledge, location:355.↩︎

  969. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:23.↩︎

  970. Hacking, Hacking, and Hacking, Representing and Intervening, pagina:170.↩︎

  971. Nekrašas, The Positive Mind, location:1353.↩︎

  972. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:108.↩︎

  973. Hacking, Hacking, and Hacking, Representing and Intervening, pagina:168.↩︎

  974. Rhodes, The Making of the Atomic Bomb, location:660.↩︎

  975. Ball, Curiosity, location:4361.↩︎

  976. Gower, Scientific Method, location:5267.↩︎

  977. Chalmers, What Is This Thing Called Science?, location:738.↩︎

  978. Ball, Curiosity, location:5434.↩︎

  979. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:6183.↩︎

  980. Bergstrom and West, Calling Bullshit, location:3100.↩︎

  981. Gower, Scientific Method, location:289.↩︎

  982. Nekrašas, The Positive Mind, location:6014.↩︎

  983. Hacking, Hacking, and Hacking, Representing and Intervening, pagina:226.↩︎

  984. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location: 2339.↩︎

  985. Bennett, Miller, and Wolford, “Neural Correlates of Interspecies Perspective Taking in the Post-Mortem Atlantic Salmon.↩︎

  986. Bergstrom and West, Calling Bullshit, location:4102.↩︎

  987. Chalmers, What Is This Thing Called Science?, location:696.↩︎

  988. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:2348.↩︎

  989. Okasha, Philosophy of Science, location:1355.↩︎

  990. Boghossian, Fear of Knowledge, location:806.↩︎

  991. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:112.↩︎

  992. Hacking, Hacking, and Hacking, Representing and Intervening, pagina:109.↩︎

  993. Massimo Pigliucci, The Nature of Philosophy, location:1721.↩︎

  994. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:441.↩︎

  995. Ibid., location:2069.↩︎

  996. Boghossian, Fear of Knowledge, location:379.↩︎

  997. Ibid., location:387.↩︎

  998. Ibid., location:1678.↩︎

  999. Okasha, Philosophy of Science, location:1290.↩︎

  1000. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:1986.↩︎

  1001. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:3706.↩︎

  1002. Ibid., location:3708.↩︎

  1003. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location: 3438.↩︎

  1004. Chalmers, What Is This Thing Called Science?, location:474.↩︎

  1005. Shtulman, Scienceblind, location:1177.↩︎

  1006. Domingos, The Master Algorithm, location:1164.↩︎

  1007. Hacking, Hacking, and Hacking, Representing and Intervening, pagina:174.↩︎

  1008. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:2353.↩︎

  1009. Chalmers, What Is This Thing Called Science?, location:870.↩︎

  1010. Hacking, Hacking, and Hacking, Representing and Intervening, pagina:184.↩︎

  1011. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:1476.↩︎

  1012. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:26.↩︎

  1013. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:3431.↩︎

  1014. Staley, An Introduction to the Philosophy of Science, location:635.↩︎

  1015. Dennett, “Real Patterns.↩︎

  1016. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location:5184.↩︎

  1017. Yudkowsky, Rationality, location:11346.↩︎

  1018. Pigliucci and Boudry, Philosophy of Pseudoscience, location:643.↩︎

  1019. Kenny, A New History of Western Philosophy, location:2966.↩︎

  1020. Ibid., location:2951.↩︎

  1021. Massimo Pigliucci, The Nature of Philosophy, location:39.↩︎

  1022. Pigliucci and Boudry, Philosophy of Pseudoscience, location:97.↩︎

  1023. “Leaky Abstraction”.↩︎

  1024. Yudkowsky, Rationality, location:10265.↩︎

  1025. Adamson, Philosophy in the Hellenistic and Roman Worlds, location:1507.↩︎

  1026. “Brok”.↩︎

  1027. “I Know It When I See It”.↩︎

  1028. Yudkowsky, Rationality, location:11418.↩︎

  1029. Ibid., location:9605.↩︎

  1030. Ibid., location:10956.↩︎

  1031. Hacking, Hacking, and Hacking, Representing and Intervening, location:1957.↩︎

  1032. Adamson, Philosophy in the Hellenistic and Roman Worlds, location:4065.↩︎

  1033. Kenny, A New History of Western Philosophy, location:6686.↩︎

  1034. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:114.↩︎

  1035. Becker, What Is Real?, location:3017.↩︎

  1036. Okasha, Philosophy of Science, lcation:1191.↩︎

  1037. Nekrašas, The Positive Mind, location:4884.↩︎

  1038. Hacking, Hacking, and Hacking, Representing and Intervening, location:219.↩︎

  1039. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:1489.↩︎

  1040. Hacking, Hacking, and Hacking, Representing and Intervening, location:1215.↩︎

  1041. Nekrašas, The Positive Mind, location:5238.↩︎

  1042. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:2954.↩︎

  1043. Becker, What Is Real?, location:3057.↩︎

  1044. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:2692.↩︎

  1045. Massimo Pigliucci, The Nature of Philosophy, location:2062.↩︎

  1046. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:93.↩︎

  1047. Sokal, Beyond the Hoax, location:194.↩︎

  1048. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:936.↩︎

  1049. Chalmers, What Is This Thing Called Science?, location:1210.↩︎

  1050. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:76.↩︎

  1051. Chalmers, What Is This Thing Called Science?, location:1973.↩︎

  1052. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:1165.↩︎

  1053. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:2760.↩︎

  1054. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:1547.↩︎

  1055. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:95.↩︎

  1056. Massimo Pigliucci, The Nature of Philosophy, location:2152.↩︎

  1057. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:95.↩︎

  1058. Martin X. Moleski, “Polanyi Vs. Kuhn.↩︎

  1059. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:96.↩︎

  1060. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:2764.↩︎

  1061. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:97.↩︎

  1062. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:2775.↩︎

  1063. Pigliucci and Boudry, Philosophy of Pseudoscience, location:2080.↩︎

  1064. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:1347.↩︎

  1065. Ladyman et al., Every Thing Must Go, location:1124.↩︎

  1066. Your Deceptive Mind.↩︎

  1067. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:1352.↩︎

  1068. Chalmers, What Is This Thing Called Science?, location:1990.↩︎

  1069. Pigliucci and Boudry, Philosophy of Pseudoscience, location:2114.↩︎

  1070. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:1544.↩︎

  1071. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:2902.↩︎

  1072. Rhodes, The Making of the Atomic Bomb, location:707.↩︎

  1073. Pigliucci and Boudry, Philosophy of Pseudoscience, location:2092.↩︎

  1074. Buck and Cohen, PSA 1970, location:2653.↩︎

  1075. Ibid., location:2563.↩︎

  1076. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:1643.↩︎

  1077. Schwartz, In Pursuit of the Gene, location:54.↩︎

  1078. Ibid., location:2028.↩︎

  1079. Ibid., location:2148.↩︎

  1080. Nekrašas, The Positive Mind, location:5256.↩︎

  1081. Okasha, Philosophy of Science, location:1387.↩︎

  1082. Hacking, Hacking, and Hacking, Representing and Intervening, location:326.↩︎

  1083. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:1208.↩︎

  1084. Okasha, Philosophy of Science, location:1272.↩︎

  1085. Nekrašas, The Positive Mind, location:5261.↩︎

  1086. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:1397.↩︎

  1087. Hacking, Hacking, and Hacking, Representing and Intervening, location:337.↩︎

  1088. Okasha, Philosophy of Science, location:1372.↩︎

  1089. Boghossian, Fear of Knowledge, location:1860.↩︎

  1090. Hacking, Hacking, and Hacking, Representing and Intervening, location:327.↩︎

  1091. Staley, An Introduction to the Philosophy of Science, location:1374.↩︎

  1092. Hacking, Hacking, and Hacking, Representing and Intervening, location:1250.↩︎

  1093. Ibid., location:346.↩︎

  1094. Ibid., location:1263.↩︎

  1095. Ibid., location:1282.↩︎

  1096. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:1399.↩︎

  1097. Nekrašas, The Positive Mind, location:5297.↩︎

  1098. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:113.↩︎

  1099. Staley, An Introduction to the Philosophy of Science, location:1420.↩︎

  1100. Hacking, Hacking, and Hacking, Representing and Intervening, location:1387.↩︎

  1101. Staley, An Introduction to the Philosophy of Science, location:1405.↩︎

  1102. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:117.↩︎

  1103. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:1198.↩︎

  1104. Chalmers, What Is This Thing Called Science?, location:2209.↩︎

  1105. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:1012.↩︎

  1106. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:117.↩︎

  1107. Staley, An Introduction to the Philosophy of Science, location:1542.↩︎

  1108. Ibid., location:1550.↩︎

  1109. Okasha, Philosophy of Science, location:1327.↩︎

  1110. Ibid., location:1328.↩︎

  1111. Ibid., location:1379.↩︎

  1112. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:1467.↩︎

  1113. Becker, What Is Real?, location:3054.↩︎

  1114. Hacking, Hacking, and Hacking, Representing and Intervening, location:349.↩︎

  1115. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:252.↩︎

  1116. Gower, Scientific Method, location:5428.↩︎

  1117. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:3469.↩︎

  1118. Boghossian, Fear of Knowledge, location:295.↩︎

  1119. Pigliucci, Nonsense on Stilts, location:5348.↩︎

  1120. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:9638.↩︎

  1121. Becker, What Is Real?, location:4679.↩︎

  1122. Dreger, Galileo’s Middle Finger, pagina:137.↩︎

  1123. Yudkowsky, Rationality, location:1372.↩︎

  1124. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:2176.↩︎

  1125. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:971.↩︎

  1126. Okasha, Philosophy of Science, location:1433.↩︎

  1127. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:1924.↩︎

  1128. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:3458.↩︎

  1129. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:1893.↩︎

  1130. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:1006.↩︎

  1131. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:84.↩︎

  1132. Ibid., location:1708.↩︎

  1133. Boghossian, Fear of Knowledge, location:1925.↩︎

  1134. Sokal, Beyond the Hoax.↩︎

  1135. Dreger, Galileo’s Middle Finger, pagina:11.↩︎

  1136. Pigliucci, Nonsense on Stilts, location:5571.↩︎

  1137. Ibid., location:5809.↩︎

  1138. Yudkowsky, Rationality, location:4354.↩︎

  1139. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:1556.↩︎

  1140. Boghossian, Fear of Knowledge, location:973.↩︎

  1141. Hacking, Hacking, and Hacking, Representing and Intervening, pagina:127.↩︎

  1142. Boghossian, Fear of Knowledge, location:1286.↩︎

  1143. Ibid., location:955.↩︎

  1144. Hacking, Hacking, and Hacking, Representing and Intervening, pagina:127.↩︎

  1145. Boghossian, Fear of Knowledge, location:11206.↩︎

  1146. Annas and Barnes, The Modes of Scepticism Paperback, location:98.↩︎

  1147. Massimo Pigliucci, The Nature of Philosophy, location:2285.↩︎

  1148. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:262.↩︎

  1149. Boghossian, Fear of Knowledge, location:1462.↩︎

  1150. Mosterín, Aristóteles, pagina:328.↩︎

  1151. Boghossian, Fear of Knowledge, location:1032.↩︎

  1152. Carroll, The Big Picture, location:1886.↩︎

  1153. Ladyman et al., Every Thing Must Go, location:514.↩︎

  1154. Sokal, Beyond the Hoax, location:234.↩︎

  1155. Boghossian, Fear of Knowledge, location:1548.↩︎

  1156. Carroll, The Big Picture, location:2034.↩︎

  1157. Sean Carroll, Alan Lightman on Transcendence, Science, and a Naturalist’s Sense of Meaning.↩︎

  1158. Ecklund and Scheitle, Religion Vs. Science, location:701.↩︎

  1159. Taliaferro, “Philosophy of Religion.↩︎

  1160. Sokal, Beyond the Hoax, location:434.↩︎

  1161. Ibid., location:433.↩︎

  1162. Mosterín, Los Cristianos, pagina:381.↩︎

  1163. Ibid., pagina:460.↩︎

  1164. Sagan, The Demon-Haunted World, location:4620.↩︎

  1165. Holloway, A Little History of Religion, pagina:69.↩︎

  1166. Yudkowsky, Rationality, location:1234.↩︎

  1167. Pagden, The Enlightenment, location:730.↩︎

  1168. Ecklund and Scheitle, Religion Vs. Science, location:142.↩︎

  1169. Ibid., location:329.↩︎

  1170. Stephen Jay Gould, “Nonoverlapping Magisteria.↩︎

  1171. Feynman and Dyson, The Pleasure of Finding Things Out, location:3561.↩︎

  1172. Yudkowsky, Rationality, location:12613.↩︎

  1173. Ibid., location:1412.↩︎

  1174. Ecklund and Scheitle, Religion Vs. Science, location:752.↩︎

  1175. Feynman and Dyson, The Pleasure of Finding Things Out, location:3655.↩︎

  1176. Ecklund and Scheitle, Religion Vs. Science, location:2070.↩︎

  1177. Ibid., location:106.↩︎

  1178. Ibid., location:98.↩︎

  1179. Staley, An Introduction to the Philosophy of Science, location:5309.↩︎

  1180. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:2427.↩︎

  1181. Ibid., location:1843.↩︎

  1182. Ibid., location:1846.↩︎

  1183. Staley, An Introduction to the Philosophy of Science, location:5108.↩︎

  1184. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:3392.↩︎

  1185. Staley, An Introduction to the Philosophy of Science, location:5112.↩︎

  1186. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:1846.↩︎

  1187. Massimo Pigliucci, The Nature of Philosophy, location:1091.↩︎

  1188. Ladyman et al., Every Thing Must Go, location:1059.↩︎

  1189. Pigliucci, Nonsense on Stilts, location:5243.↩︎

  1190. Fasce, “El engaño de la pseudociencia,” location:507.↩︎

  1191. Your Deceptive Mind, location:5363.↩︎

  1192. Fasce, “El engaño de la pseudociencia,” location:580.↩︎

  1193. Your Deceptive Mind, location:5428.↩︎

  1194. Pigliucci and Boudry, Philosophy of Pseudoscience, location:6745.↩︎

  1195. Staley, An Introduction to the Philosophy of Science, location:5199.↩︎

  1196. Ibid., location:5211.↩︎

  1197. Feynman and Dyson, The Pleasure of Finding Things Out, location:3028.↩︎

  1198. Ibid., location:3049.↩︎

  1199. Pigliucci and Boudry, Philosophy of Pseudoscience, location:3571.↩︎

  1200. “Heng Li.↩︎

  1201. Li, “Gist”.↩︎

  1202. Li, “Aligning Sequence Reads, Clone Sequences and Assembly Contigs with BWA-MEM.↩︎

  1203. Massimo Pigliucci, The Nature of Philosophy, location:478.↩︎

  1204. Sacks, “Henry Cavendish.↩︎

  1205. Collins, Are We All Scientific Experts Now?, locatin:1517.↩︎

  1206. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:1852.↩︎

  1207. Bergstrom and West, Calling Bullshit, location:3067.↩︎

  1208. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:1861.↩︎

  1209. Dreger, Galileo’s Middle Finger, pagina:258.↩︎

  1210. Pigliucci and Boudry, Philosophy of Pseudoscience, location:3574.↩︎

  1211. Staley, An Introduction to the Philosophy of Science, location:4836.↩︎

  1212. Ibid., location:5123.↩︎

  1213. Dreger, Galileo’s Middle Finger, pagina:262.↩︎

  1214. Staley, An Introduction to the Philosophy of Science, location:5021.↩︎

  1215. Ibid., location:4886.↩︎

  1216. Yudkowsky, Rationality, location:9873.↩︎

  1217. Ibid., location:9887.↩︎

  1218. Bergstrom and West, Calling Bullshit, location:1700.↩︎

  1219. Dreger, Galileo’s Middle Finger, pagina:134.↩︎

  1220. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:2536.↩︎

  1221. Collins, Are We All Scientific Experts Now?, location:1561.↩︎

  1222. Dreger, Galileo’s Middle Finger, pagina:137.↩︎

  1223. Feynman and Dyson, The Pleasure of Finding Things Out, location:3026.↩︎

  1224. Feynman and Dyson, The Pleasure of Finding Things Out, location: 3057.↩︎

  1225. Dreger, Galileo’s Middle Finger, pagina:136.↩︎

  1226. Raymond, The Cathedral & the Bazaar, location:42.↩︎

  1227. Ibid., location:350.↩︎

  1228. Ibid., location:491.↩︎

  1229. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:68.↩︎

  1230. Pigliucci, Nonsense on Stilts, location:4563.↩︎

  1231. Okasha, Philosophy of Science, location:1426.↩︎

  1232. Chalmers, What Is This Thing Called Science?, location:277.↩︎

  1233. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:9413.↩︎

  1234. Ibid., location:998.↩︎

  1235. Pigliucci, Nonsense on Stilts, location:4554.↩︎

  1236. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:1.↩︎

  1237. Pigliucci and Boudry, Philosophy of Pseudoscience, location:144.↩︎

  1238. Pigliucci, Nonsense on Stilts, location:376.↩︎

  1239. Ibid., location:414.↩︎

  1240. Shermer and Gould, Why People Believe Weird Things, location:1056.↩︎

  1241. Pigliucci, Nonsense on Stilts, location:416.↩︎

  1242. Ibid., location:442.↩︎

  1243. Ibid., lcoation:452.↩︎

  1244. Ibid., location:141.↩︎

  1245. Carroll, The Big Picture, location:447.↩︎

  1246. Ibid., location:3719.↩︎

  1247. Pigliucci, Nonsense on Stilts, location:332.↩︎

  1248. Ibid., location:936.↩︎

  1249. Ibid., location:152.↩︎

  1250. Sean Carroll, Alan Lightman on Transcendence, Science, and a Naturalist’s Sense of Meaning.↩︎

  1251. Bergstrom and West, Calling Bullshit, location:3383.↩︎

  1252. Fasce, “El engaño de la pseudociencia,” location:349.↩︎

  1253. Nosek, Spies, and Motyl, “Scientific Utopia.↩︎

  1254. Dreger, Galileo’s Middle Finger, pagina:262.↩︎

  1255. Smaldino and McElreath, “The Natural Selection of Bad Science”.↩︎

  1256. Vinkers, Tijdink, and Otte, “Use of Positive and Negative Words in Scientific PubMed Abstracts Between 1974 and 2014”.↩︎

  1257. EFE, “Un estudio valenciano resuelve el debate sobre las verduras ecológicas”.↩︎

  1258. Área de comunicación UPV, “El Cultivo Ecológico Favorece La Acumulación de Vitamina C y Otros Antioxidantes En Pimiento”.↩︎

  1259. Ribes-Moya et al., “Response to Organic Cultivation of Heirloom Capsicum Peppers”.↩︎

  1260. Bergstrom and West, Calling Bullshit, lcoation:938.↩︎

  1261. John McCool, “Uromycitisis”.↩︎

  1262. Bergstrom and West, Calling Bullshit, location:3559.↩︎

  1263. “Predatory Publishing”.↩︎

  1264. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:1864.↩︎

  1265. Pigliucci and Boudry, Philosophy of Pseudoscience, location:928.↩︎

  1266. Nosek, Spies, and Motyl, “Scientific Utopia.↩︎

  1267. Bergstrom and West, Calling Bullshit, location:3293.↩︎

  1268. Pigliucci and Boudry, Philosophy of Pseudoscience, location:1573.↩︎

  1269. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:60.↩︎

  1270. Pigliucci and Boudry, Philosophy of Pseudoscience, location:109.↩︎

  1271. Ibid., location:2068.↩︎

  1272. Chalmers, What Is This Thing Called Science?, location:3488.↩︎

  1273. Sokal, Beyond the Hoax, location:268.↩︎

  1274. Pigliucci and Boudry, Philosophy of Pseudoscience, location:2126.↩︎

  1275. “Tierra de cinco minutos”.↩︎

  1276. Pigliucci and Boudry, Philosophy of Pseudoscience, location:1392.↩︎

  1277. Ibid., location:1311.↩︎

  1278. Ibid., location:7621.↩︎

  1279. Ibid., location:1152.↩︎

  1280. Bergstrom and West, Calling Bullshit, location:541.↩︎

  1281. Ibid., location:487.↩︎

  1282. “My Mind Is Made Up. Don’t Confuse Me With the Facts.↩︎

  1283. Sokal, Beyond the Hoax, location:321.↩︎

  1284. Pigliucci and Boudry, Philosophy of Pseudoscience, location:4274.↩︎

  1285. Your Deceptive Mind, location:4886.↩︎

  1286. Ibid., location:4579.↩︎

  1287. Sokal, Beyond the Hoax, location:266.↩︎

  1288. Pigliucci and Boudry, Philosophy of Pseudoscience, lcoation:1114.↩︎

  1289. Ibid., location:4266.↩︎

  1290. Your Deceptive Mind, location:4608.↩︎

  1291. Pigliucci and Boudry, Philosophy of Pseudoscience, location:3042.↩︎

  1292. Fasce, “El engaño de la pseudociencia,” location:136.↩︎

  1293. Pigliucci and Boudry, Philosophy of Pseudoscience, location:1732.↩︎

  1294. Ibid., location:2508.↩︎

  1295. Ibid., location:1725.↩︎

  1296. Ibid., location:6866.↩︎

  1297. Ibid., location:6789.↩︎

  1298. Ibid., location:952.↩︎

  1299. Carroll, Liam Kofi Bright on Knowledge, Truth, and Science.↩︎

  1300. Hacking, Hacking, and Hacking, Representing and Intervening, location:1885.↩︎

  1301. Carroll, Liam Kofi Bright on Knowledge, Truth, and Science.↩︎

  1302. Ibid.↩︎

  1303. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:133.↩︎

  1304. Ibid., pagina:134.↩︎

  1305. Blackburn, Truth, location:228.↩︎

  1306. Ibid., location:216.↩︎

  1307. Ibid., location:269.↩︎

  1308. Ibid., location:319.↩︎

  1309. Carroll, Liam Kofi Bright on Knowledge, Truth, and Science.↩︎

  1310. Blackburn, Truth, location:799.↩︎

  1311. Massimo Pigliucci, The Nature of Philosophy, locationn:1556.↩︎

  1312. Blackburn, Truth, location:413.↩︎

  1313. Yudkowsky, Rationality, location:19164.↩︎

  1314. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:3992.↩︎

  1315. Blackburn, Truth, location:387.↩︎

  1316. Ibid., location:363.↩︎

  1317. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:151.↩︎

  1318. Blackburn, Truth, locationn:1476.↩︎

  1319. Ibid., locationn:508.↩︎

  1320. Carroll, Liam Kofi Bright on Knowledge, Truth, and Science.↩︎

  1321. Blackburn, Truth, location:529.↩︎

  1322. Hacking, Hacking, and Hacking, Representing and Intervening, location:158.↩︎

  1323. Carroll, The Big Picture, location:220.↩︎

  1324. Ladyman et al., Every Thing Must Go, location:1608.↩︎

  1325. Staley, An Introduction to the Philosophy of Science, location:3707.↩︎

  1326. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:228.↩︎

  1327. Massimo Pigliucci, The Nature of Philosophy, location:2806.↩︎

  1328. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:138.↩︎

  1329. Wootton, The Invention of Science, location:6045.↩︎

  1330. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:2703.↩︎

  1331. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:224.↩︎

  1332. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality.↩︎

  1333. Sautoy, What We Cannot Know, location:1953.↩︎

  1334. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:2744.↩︎

  1335. Hacking, Hacking, and Hacking, Representing and Intervening, location:1197.↩︎

  1336. Ibid., location:445.↩︎

  1337. Gower, Scientific Method, location:3193.↩︎

  1338. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:936.↩︎

  1339. Becker, What Is Real?, locationn:394.↩︎

  1340. Hacking, Hacking, and Hacking, Representing and Intervening, location:784.↩︎

  1341. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality, location:2681.↩︎

  1342. Ladyman et al., Every Thing Must Go, location:5056.↩︎

  1343. Russo and Levy, The Forgotten Revolution, location:189.↩︎

  1344. Kline, Mathematical Thought From Ancient to Modern Times, Volume I, location:7124.↩︎

  1345. Russo and Levy, The Forgotten Revolution, location:381.↩︎

  1346. Gower, Scientific Method, location:1658.↩︎

  1347. Becker, What Is Real?, location:780.↩︎

  1348. Ibid., location:4594.↩︎

  1349. Gottlieb, The Dream of Enlightenment, location:4079.↩︎

  1350. Massimo Pigliucci, The Nature of Philosophy, locationn:1238.↩︎

  1351. Nekrašas, The Positive Mind, location:272.↩︎

  1352. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:1786.↩︎

  1353. Nekrašas, The Positive Mind, location:2950.↩︎

  1354. Ibid., location:2852.↩︎

  1355. Ibid., locaiton:2688.↩︎

  1356. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:30.↩︎

  1357. Nekrašas, The Positive Mind, location:585.↩︎

  1358. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:144.↩︎

  1359. Nekrašas, The Positive Mind, location:3591.↩︎

  1360. Okasha, Philosophy of Science, location:1225.↩︎

  1361. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:144.↩︎

  1362. Nekrašas, The Positive Mind, location:3702.↩︎

  1363. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:1795.↩︎

  1364. Staley, An Introduction to the Philosophy of Science, location:1039.↩︎

  1365. Nekrašas, The Positive Mind, location:3711.↩︎

  1366. Becker, What Is Real?, location:4405.↩︎

  1367. Ibid., location:3013.↩︎

  1368. Nekrašas, The Positive Mind, location:4685.↩︎

  1369. Massimo Pigliucci, The Nature of Philosophy, location:2232.↩︎

  1370. Ladyman et al., Every Thing Must Go, location:1090.↩︎

  1371. Ibid., location:193.↩︎

  1372. Ibid., location:5146.↩︎

  1373. Ibid., location:616.↩︎

  1374. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:4041.↩︎

  1375. Hacking, Hacking, and Hacking, Representing and Intervening, location:960.↩︎

  1376. Becker, What Is Real?, location:2881.↩︎

  1377. Ibid., location:806.↩︎

  1378. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:147.↩︎

  1379. Becker, What Is Real?, location:4753.↩︎

  1380. Ladyman et al., Every Thing Must Go, location:1292.↩︎

  1381. Becker, What Is Real?, location:429.↩︎

  1382. Hacking, Hacking, and Hacking, Representing and Intervening, pagina:262.↩︎

  1383. Becker, What Is Real?, location:402.↩︎

  1384. Ladyman et al., Every Thing Must Go, location:1629.↩︎

  1385. Godfrey-Smith, Theory and Reality: location:2758.↩︎

  1386. Ibid., location:3332.↩︎

  1387. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, pagina:180.↩︎

  1388. Okasha, Philosophy of Science, location:1088.↩︎

  1389. Ladyman et al., Every Thing Must Go, location:1694.↩︎

  1390. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:202.↩︎

  1391. Ladyman et al., Every Thing Must Go, location:1951.↩︎

  1392. Massimo Pigliucci, The Nature of Philosophy, location:2722.↩︎

  1393. Ladyman et al., Every Thing Must Go, location:1578.↩︎

  1394. Ibid., location:1583.↩︎

  1395. Carroll, The Big Picture, location:2501.↩︎

  1396. Sokal, Beyond the Hoax, location:252.↩︎

  1397. Carroll, The Big Picture, location:2826.↩︎

  1398. Staley, An Introduction to the Philosophy of Science, location:3746.↩︎

  1399. Ladyman, Understanding Philosophy of Science, location:255.↩︎

  1400. Sean Carroll, Daniel Dennett on Minds, Patterns, and the Scientific Image.↩︎

  1401. Ibid.↩︎

  1402. Carroll, The Big Picture.↩︎

  1403. Adamson, Classical Philosophy, location:4660.↩︎

  1404. Ibid., location:4665.↩︎

  1405. Carroll, The Big Picture, location:1791.↩︎

  1406. Ladyman et al., Every Thing Must Go, location:647.↩︎

  1407. Ibid., location:4173.↩︎

  1408. Ibid., location:2010.↩︎

  1409. Yudkowsky, Rationality, location:16126.↩︎

  1410. Ladyman et al., Every Thing Must Go, locationn:1789.↩︎

  1411. Sokal, Beyond the Hoax, location:252.↩︎

  1412. Carroll, The Big Picture, location:3085.↩︎

  1413. Ladyman et al., Every Thing Must Go, location:4235.↩︎

  1414. Brown, Philosophy of Science, location:4400.↩︎

  1415. Carroll, The Big Picture, location:252.↩︎

  1416. Sokal, Beyond the Hoax, locatio:252.↩︎

  1417. Carroll, The Big Picture, location:1611.↩︎

  1418. Ibid., location:1580.↩︎

  1419. Ibid.↩︎

  1420. Ibid., location:1740.↩︎

  1421. Ibid., location:1553.↩︎

  1422. Domingos, The Master Algorithm, location:639.↩︎

  1423. Godfrey-Smith, Philosophy of Biology, location:398.↩︎

  1424. Ladyman et al., Every Thing Must Go, location:3215.↩︎

  1425. Sean Carroll, Daniel Dennett on Minds, Patterns, and the Scientific Image.↩︎

  1426. Sean Carroll, Alan Lightman on Transcendence, Science, and a Naturalist’s Sense of Meaning.↩︎

  1427. Ladyman et al., Every Thing Must Go, location:778.↩︎

  1428. Ibid., location:2898.↩︎

  1429. Carroll, The Big Picture, location:2130.↩︎

  1430. Pigliucci, Nonsense on Stilts, location:3767.↩︎

  1431. Pigliucci and Boudry, Philosophy of Pseudoscience, location:4941.↩︎

  1432. Carroll, The Big Picture, location:2150.↩︎

  1433. Draper, “God, Science, and Naturalism.↩︎

  1434. Ladyman et al., Every Thing Must Go, location:5038.↩︎

  1435. Bourget and Chalmers, “What Do Philosophers Believe?”↩︎

  1436. Yudkowsky, Rationality, location:6647.↩︎

  1437. Massimo Pigliucci, The Nature of Philosophy, location:1376.↩︎

  1438. Yudkowsky, Rationality, location:14900.↩︎

  1439. Sean Carroll, Daniel Dennett on Minds, Patterns, and the Scientific Image.↩︎

  1440. Rhodes, The Making of the Atomic Bomb, location:724.↩︎

  1441. Howson and Urbach, Scientific Reasoning, location:20.↩︎

  1442. Chalmers, What Is This Thing Called Science?, location:1072.↩︎

  1443. McGrayne, The Theory That Would Not Die, location:1122.↩︎

  1444. Sautoy, What We Cannot Know, location:4096.↩︎

  1445. Spiegelhalter, The Art of Statistics, location:426.↩︎

  1446. Ibid., location:2969.↩︎

  1447. Howson and Urbach, Scientific Reasoning, location:28.↩︎

  1448. Spiegelhalter, The Art of Statistics, location:2730.↩︎

  1449. Ibid., location:2717.↩︎

  1450. Spiegelhalter, The Art of Statistics.↩︎

  1451. Yudkowsky, Rationality, location:11815.↩︎

  1452. Carroll, The Big Picture, location:1250.↩︎

  1453. Gower, Scientific Method, location:5069.↩︎

  1454. Howson and Urbach, Scientific Reasoning, location:110.↩︎

  1455. Ibid., location:264.↩︎

  1456. Ibid., location:38.↩︎

  1457. Yudkowsky, Rationality, location:12604.↩︎

  1458. Gower, Scientific Method, location:4087.↩︎

  1459. Howson and Urbach, Scientific Reasoning, location:279.↩︎

  1460. Ibid., location:142.↩︎

  1461. Yudkowsky, Rationality, location:15517.↩︎

  1462. Spiegelhalter, The Art of Statistics, location:3729.↩︎

  1463. Ibid., location:3735.↩︎

  1464. Howson and Urbach, Scientific Reasoning, location:278.↩︎

  1465. Ibid., location:171.↩︎

  1466. Yudkowsky, Rationality, location:12492.↩︎

  1467. Michael Strevens, “The Bayesian Approach Tothe Philosophy of Science,” location:13.↩︎

  1468. Carroll, The Big Picture, location:1943.↩︎

  1469. Yudkowsky, Rationality, location:1328.↩︎

  1470. McGrayne, The Theory That Would Not Die, location:313.↩︎

  1471. Ibid., location:85.↩︎

  1472. Ibid., location:1745.↩︎

  1473. Ibid., location:3470.↩︎

  1474. Spiegelhalter, The Art of Statistics, location:4057.↩︎

  1475. McGrayne, The Theory That Would Not Die, location:709.↩︎

  1476. Domingos, The Master Algorithm, locaiton:2306.↩︎

  1477. Gower, Scientific Method, location4901.↩︎

  1478. Michael Strevens, “The Bayesian Approach Tothe Philosophy of Science,” location:10.↩︎

  1479. Howson and Urbach, Scientific Reasoning, location:250.↩︎

  1480. Domingos, The Master Algorithm, location:2704.↩︎

  1481. Howson and Urbach, Scientific Reasoning, location:86.↩︎

  1482. Ibid., location:64.↩︎

  1483. Ibid., location:92.↩︎

  1484. Probabilistic Reasoning in Intelligent Systems.↩︎

  1485. Ibid., location:526.↩︎

  1486. Sean Carroll, Karl Friston on Brains, Predictions, and Free Energy.↩︎

  1487. Ibid.↩︎

  1488. Michael Strevens, “The Bayesian Approach Tothe Philosophy of Science,” location:10.↩︎

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