Studies in History and Philosophy of Science

(The TQCC of Studies in History and Philosophy of Science is 8. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
Overlapping ontologies and Indigenous knowledge. From integration to ontological self-determination49
The Munsell Color System: A scientific compromise from the world of art43
Deflationary representation, inference, and practice42
Eliminative abduction: examples from medicine31
Douglas on values: From indirect roles to multiple goals30
Forging heredity: From metaphor to cause, a reification story29
How could models possibly provide how-possibly explanations?28
Narrative and evidence. How can case studies from the history of science support claims in the philosophy of science?28
Are plants cognitive? A reply to Adams27
A philosophical study of the transition from the caloric theory of heat to thermodynamics: Resisting the pessimistic meta-induction25
The experimenters' regress: from skepticism to argumentation23
Scepticism, relativism and the argument from the criterion21
Mathematical formalisms in scientific practice: From denotation to model-based representation21
What is mechanistic evidence, and why do we need it for evidence-based policy?21
Shifting ontologies, changing classifications: plant materials from 1700 to 183021
Mavericks and lotteries17
Models as products of interdisciplinary exchange: Evidence from evolutionary game theory17
From proportion to balance: the background to symmetry in science16
Existential risk, creativity & well-adapted science16
From Cutting Nature at Its Joints to Measuring It: New Kinds and New Kinds of People in Biology16
From Hilbert to Husserl: First introduction to phenomenology, especially that of formal mathematics15
Science, truth and dictatorship: Wishful thinking or wishful speaking?14
Mechanism-based theorizing and generalization from case studies14
The miracle argument for realism: An important lesson to be learned by generalizing from carrier's counter-examples14
Defending eliminative structuralism and a whole lot more (or less)14
Signs, toy models, and the a priori: from Helmholtz to Wittgenstein14
The natural selection of conservative science14
Henry Cavendish's deduction of the electrostatic inverse square law from the result of a single experiment13
Free fall from Albert of Saxony to Honoré Fabri13
The National Science Foundation and philosophy of science's withdrawal from social concerns13
From phenomenology to phenomenotechnique: the role of early twentieth-century physics in Gaston Bachelard’s philosophy12
Case study research in the social sciences12
The diffusion of scientific innovations: A role typology12
Interpreting Aristotle on mixture: problems about elemental composition from Philoponus to Cooper10
Exemplification and the use-values of cases and case studies10
Physics, metaphysics, dispositions, and symmetries – À la French10
From artefacts to atoms - A new SI for 2018 to be based on fundamental constants9
Value-entanglement and the integrity of scientific research9
Knowledge transfer across scientific disciplines9
From Galen's theory to William Harvey's theory: A case study in the rationality of scientific theory change8
Data, epistemic values, and multiple methods in case study research8
Experimental philosophy of biology: notes from the field8
Knowledge transfer in agent-based computational social science8
The credit incentive to be a maverick8
Scientific autonomy and the unpredictability of scientific inquiry: The unexpected might not be where you would expect8