philosophy-of-science

  1. What is the philosophical significance of the First Law of Thermodynamics?
  2. Reichenbach's principle
  3. How are people working in Psychophysics trained?
  4. The Paradox of The Da Vinci Painting?
  5. Is computationalism really a theory, or is it more like a doctrine or creed?
  6. Logical fallacy: when you know the outcome, so you cannot see any other possible ex ante prediction

  7. What makes something indivisible?
  8. Isn't biocentrism just a simple deduction from subjectivism?
  9. Goodman's projectible predicates in the new riddle of induction

  10. Can shared-subjective knowledge be part of science?

  11. What's "future research" and how can they know anything about the future?
  12. What exactly is the CTMU?
  13. What are the philosophical consequences of employing computers to do science and mathematics?

  14. Is it certain that aliens exist in an infinite universe?
  15. Does Poppers theory of Falsification apply to mathematics?
  16. Are more parsimonious theories harder to falsify?
  17. Are these two statements about Ramseyfication true?

  18. Is coherence a fact or value, a la Hillary Putnam?
  19. Would Popper's philosophy become pragmatist without the idea of getting closer to "The Truth"?
  20. What's the difference between modern science and XVI century knowledge?

  21. How is intelligent design different from (say) archeology?
  22. Philosophers who wrote about limits of knowledge?
  23. Has epistemology of science got any sense after pragmatism?

  24. A question about Empiricism

  25. In which way does quantum mechanics disprove determinism?

  26. Reductionism as explanation of facts

  27. How can one use a phenomenon in science to calculate anything?

  28. Is something creating itself nonsense?
  29. Link between Aristotle’s hylomorphic matter and form with first principles
  30. How can Science, Religion, Theoretical Philosophy, and Spirituality be compatible / not cause conflict with each other?
  31. Do any contemporary philosophers say "physical" space is ideal, just not the rest of it? Is it possible to?
  32. Is atheism or agnosticism more rational?

  33. Does this moment 'now' has a time lap or not? If so how big is it?

  34. Arguments in scientific discussion and questioning administration on decision making

  35. Why does science carry so much weight in philosophy when it is highly fallacious?

  36. What's the role of "idealistic" philosophies of well-regarded scientists?

  37. What does it mean when something is called "fundamental"?
  38. Can something exist without energy?

  39. Physical reality cannot be defined

  40. Basic understanding of hylomorphism

  41. Are philosophy and science mergeable today?
  42. Is our civilization based on a illusion?

  43. What are counters of the anthropic principle

  44. Introduction to science philosophy
  45. From the point of view of philosophy of science, what is the advantage of abduction over the alternatives?

  46. Why didn't Newton pursue philosophy?

  47. Philosophy and Reading: Towards Math, and Physics
  48. Can be scientific proposition’s truth value conditional to philosophical proposition’s truth value?
  49. Knowing whether a discipline is science or philosophy

  50. Why do we see art and science as two separate disciplines?
  51. Is the progress from philosophy to science reasonable?

  52. Is Mathematics considered a science?
  53. Does the electromagnetic field physically exist?
  54. Philosophers that would be of particular interest to engineers/designers?
  55. Is the business of science to construct models of objects and processes?

  56. Is the primary aim of science predicting outcomes of experiments or understanding the nature of our world?

  57. How do we understand and fix reference for scientific units of measure?

  58. Is metaphysics dead after the emergence of modern science?

  59. How is the modern philosophical definition of life shaped by evidences from natural sciences?
  60. How do Kripke's rigid designators and the necessity of identity relate to the Duhem-Quine thesis?
  61. What does Whitehead mean by calling science anti-rational?

  62. What was Einstein's contribution to philosophy?
  63. What is the Anti-Realist and Constructionist interpretation of empirical dating methods and existence of the past?

  64. What is the relation between proof in mathematics and observation in physics?

  65. What are the philosophical consequences of the undecidability of the spectral gap in quantum theory?

  66. What is the relation between calculus and Aristotle's view of infinite divisibility?

  67. Further reading on a unique aspect of scientific paradigms
  68. Is the fine-structure constant a physical number?

  69. What is the difference between science and mathematics?
  70. What is the tradition of reasoning behind Archimedes's "a priori" derivation of the law of the lever?
  71. Are there any aspects of science which do not change over time?
  72. Ethics of Genetically Modified Organisms

  73. What makes the artificial in AI?

  74. Inductive approach and descriptive research

  75. How to argue for science against religion (ft. IASIP)?

  76. Unexplained paradox

  77. Positivism and Interpretavism

  78. Positivist philosophy

  79. If we aren't approaching the final theory, does it mean there's an infinite number of natural laws?
  80. Does gravity cause things to fall?

  81. Putnam's argument against the possibility of nominalising 'distance-statements' in "Philosophy of Logic" (1972)
  82. What is a good layman's introduction to Popper?

  83. Is a black hole an atom (quanta)?

  84. Philosophical foundations of Physics
  85. Which group is bigger, the one of things we can write about, or that we can feel?
  86. What is difference between semiotics and memetics?

  87. Have more lives been sacrificed or saved by science and technology?
  88. Does truth not require belief?
  89. How can an uneducated but rational person differentiate between science and religion?

  90. Nazism & ISIS and the misinterpretation of ideologies?
  91. Do transfinite sets have practical applications?
  92. Do postmodernists insist that "laws of physics" are "mere social conventions"? Or not anymore?
  93. When trying to identify causality, do we assume "nearness" between cause and effect?

  94. What is the consensus on metaphysical innocence of social construction (2N2C)?
  95. Is the difference between hypothesis and theory naïve as propagated by scientists?

  96. In what sense if any could something without mass or energy exist?

  97. Shouldn't fallibilism be a reason to abandon science?

  98. Can you list other Collingwood's Absolute Presuppositions?
  99. Does religion negate innovation?
  100. What is the aim of science?