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European Journal for Philosophy of Science

European Journal for Philosophy of Science

Editors-in-Chief: P. Illari; F. Russo

ISSN: 1879-4912 (print version)
ISSN: 1879-4920 (electronic version)

Journal no. 13194

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Editors-in-Chief

Phyllis Illari, University College London
Federica Russo, University of Amsterdam

Associate Editors

Annamaria Carusi, University of Sheffield
Melinda Bonnie Fagan, University of Utah
Mathias Frisch, Leibniz University, Hannover
Marcin Milkowski, Polish Academy of Sciences
Dunja Šešelja, Ruhr University Bochum
David Teira, UNED, the Spanish Open University


Editorial Board:

Anna Alexandrova (Cambridge)
Atocha Aliseda (UNAM)
Chiara Ambrosio (UCL)
Hanne Andersen (Copenhagen)
Henk de Regt (Amsterdam)
Mauro Dorato (Rome)
Isabelle Drouet (Paris)
Uljana Feest (Hannover)
Carl Hoefer (Barcelona)
Gábor Hofer-Szabó (Budapest)
Harold Kincaid (Cape Town)
Samantha Kleinberg (Stevens)
Michela Massimi (Edinburgh)
Eleonora Montuschi (Venice)
John Norton (Pittsburgh)
Thomas Pradeu (Bordeaux)
Jan-Willem Romeijn (Groningen)
Grant Ramsey (Leuven)
Sophie Roux (Paris)
Sonja Smets (Amsterdam)
Mauricio Suarez (Madrid)
Pieter Vermaas (Delft)
Petri Ylikoski (Helsinki)
Jesus Zamora Bonilla (Madrid)

Editors in Chief 

Editors in Chief

Phyllis Illari  

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Phyllis Illari received her PhD from King’s College London and is currently Senior Lecturer in Philosophy of Science in the Science and Technology Studies Department at University College London. Before UCL, she completed two postdoctoral projects at the University of Kent and at the University of Hertfordshire. Her current work is on mechanisms, causality, and information, and how they impact on evidence assessment in biomedical sciences.

Federica Russo 

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Federica Russo received her PhD from the Université Catholique de Louvain and is currently Assistant Professor in Philosophy of Science at the University of Amsterdam. Before that she held research, teaching, and visiting positions at several institutions, including the University of Kent, the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, and the University of Pittsburgh. Her current research has two main strands: causality and evidence in the social, biomedical, policy sciences, and the relations between science and technology.

Associate Editors 

Annamaria Carusi 

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Annamaria Carusi received her PhD from the University of Natal. She is currently Reader in Medical Humanities at the University of Sheffield, and has previously held positions at the University of Copenhagen, University of Oxford and University of South Africa. Her research focuses on connections between epistemic, social and aesthetic aspects of science, with a particular focus on technological mediation. On the theoretical level, her work is oriented towards philosophy of science in practice and phenomenology, and is convergent with new experimentalism and new materialism. Her recent research has focused on images, models, simulations and visualisations in the contemporary biosciences, and on the role of technologies in computationally intensive interdisciplinary settings.

Melinda Bonnie Fagan 

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Melinda Bonnie Fagan received her PhD in Biological Sciences from Stanford University, and her PhD in History and Philosophy of Science from Indiana University, Bloomington. She is currently the Sterling M. McMurrin Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Utah. Before joining the Utah faculty in 2014, she was Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Rice University (2007-2014). Her research focuses on experimental practice in biology (particularly stem cell and developmental biology), explanation, and social epistemology.

Mathias Frisch 

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Mathias Frisch received his PhD in philosophy from the University of California at Berkeley. He is currently Professor of Theoretical Philosophy at the Leibniz University in Hannover, Germany. From 2003 until 2016 he taught at the University of Maryland, College Park, from 2014 to 2016 as Full Professor. His research focuses on philosophy of physics, general philosophy of science (causation, explanation, and the role of models), and philosophy of climate change.

Marcin Milkowski 

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Marcin Milkowski received his PhD in philosophy from University of Warsaw. He is currently Associate Professor at the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences (Warsaw). His research focuses on explanatory practices in cognitive science, neuroscience, and life sciences, computational modeling, and natural language processing. Currently, his focus is on theoretical unification and integration. He’s a member of the Editorial Board of Paladyn. The Journal of Behavioral Robotics.

Dunja Šešelja 

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Dunja Šešelja received her PhD from Ghent University and is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the Ruhr University Bochum. She is also a visiting professor at Ghent University and at the University of Vienna. Her research focuses on methodology of science and social epistemology, with a special emphasis on the context of scientific diversity where she combines formal modeling of scientific inquiry with integrated history and philosophy of science. Her recent research primarily focuses on agent-based models of scientific inquiry and their fruitfulness in addressing methodological questions.

David Teira 

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David Teira received his PhD from University College London and is currently associate professor at UNED, the Spanish Open University. Since 2013, he has held visiting professorships at Milan (Istituto Europeo di Oncologia), Paris (Panthéon-Sorbonne) and Ciudad de Mexico (Instituto de Investigaciones Filosóficas). His research focuses on the history and philosophy of social sciences (in particular, economics) and medicine (specifically, clinical trials). He has engaged in different initiatives to promote Open Access publication among philosophers. His website is: http://www.uned.es/personal/dteira

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