- Stathis Arapostathis, Meters, Patents and Expertise(S): Knowledge Networks in the Electricity Meters Industry, 1880–1914.
- Stathis Arapostathis & Graeme Gooday, Electrical Technoscience and Physics in Transition, 1880–1920.
- Justin Biddle, State of the Field: Transient Underdetermination and Values in Science.
- Katherine Brading, Three Principles of Unity in Newton.
- Berris Charnley, Experiments in Empire-Building: Mendelian Genetics as a National, Imperial, and Global Agricultural Enterprise.
- Henk W. de Regt, Understanding and Explanation: Living Apart Together?
- Robert DiSalle, The Transcendental Method From Newton to Kant.
- Mary Domski, Kant and Newton on the a Priori Necessity of Geometry.
- Katherine Dunlop, Mathematical Method and Newtonian Science in the Philosophy of Christian Wolff.
- Victor Gijsbers, Understanding, Explanation, and Unification.
- Graeme Gooday, Combative Patenting: Military Entrepreneurship in First World War Telecommunications.
- Frank Hindriks, Explanation, Understanding, and Unrealistic Models.
- Jonathan Hopwood-Lewis, Griffith Brewer, “The Wright Brothers' Boswell”: Patent Management and the British Aviation Industry, 1903–1914.
- Jonathan Hopwood-Lewis & Christine MacLeod, Patents, Publicity and Priority: The Aeronautical Society of Great Britain, 1897–1919.
- Andrew Janiak, Three Concepts of Causation in Newton.
- David Ludwig, Scientific Collections as Material Heritage.
- Christine MacLeod, “A Delicate Business”: Wartime Airplane Designs and Their Post-War Evaluation, 1919–1924.
- Christine MacLeod & Gregory Radick, Claiming Ownership in the Technosciences: Patents, Priority and Productivity.
- Michela Massimi, Philosophy of Natural Science From Newton to Kant.
- Michela Massimi & Silvia De Bianchi, Cartesian Echoes in Kant's Philosophy of Nature.
- Peter Pesic, Hermann Weyl's Neighborhood.
- Howard Sankey, How the Epistemic Relativist May Use the Sceptic's Strategy: A Reply to Markus Seidel.
- Eric Schliesser, On Reading Newton as an Epicurean: Kant, Spinozism and the Changes to the Principia.
- Markus Seidel, Why the Epistemic Relativist Cannot Use the Sceptic's Strategy. A Comment on Sankey.
- Markus Seidel, Scylla and Charybdis of the Epistemic Relativist: Why the Epistemic Relativist Still Cannot Use the Sceptic's Strategy.
- Svetla Slaveva-Griffin, Is There Philosophy After Aristotle?
- Sheldon R. Smith, Does Kant Have a Pre-Newtonian Picture of Force in the Balance Argument? An Account of How the Balance Argument Works.
- Marius Stan, Kant's Third Law of Mechanics: The Long Shadow of Leibniz.
- Michael Strevens, No Understanding Without Explanation.
- Stephen Turner, Where Explanation Ends: Understanding as the Place the Spade Turns in the Social Sciences.
- Eric Watkins, The Early Kant's (Anti-) Newtonianism.
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