Richard Samuels
Ohio State University
Daniel Wilkenfeld
University of Pittsburgh
In this chapter we explain what experimental philosophy of science is, how it relates to the philosophy of science, and STS more broadly, and what sorts of contributions is can make to ongoing research in the philosophy of science.
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