EPISTEMOLOGIA - INTERNATIONAL REVIEW
Epistemologia is a journal founded by Evandro Agazzi in 1978 as the first italian journal for the philosophy of science in its broader sense; not only does it pay attention to analytic research on special topics concerning the methods and contents of the sciences, but it also affords a forum in which science itself can be seen against the backdrop of other human endeavours. While this journal is in part aimed at affording the opportunity of expression to the different voices of today's philosophy of science in Italy, it is at the same time open to contributions and addressed to the interests of all scholars in the field. Monographic issues of the journal will appear occasionally, containing the proceedings of significant conferences.
Alberto Pasquinelli (Bologna); Vittorio Somenzi (Roma)
Mario Bunge (Montreal), Ettore Casari (Firenze), L.Jonathan Cohen (Oxford) Robert S. Cohen (Boston): Dagfin Follesdal (Oslo); Gaston G. Granger (Aix en Provence);Adolf Gr¸ndbaum (Pittsburgh); Jaakko Hintikka (Boston); Kurt H¸bner (Kiel);Jean LadriËre (Louvain); Carlo Felice Manara (Milano); Henry Margenau (Yale); AndrÈ Mercier (Bern); Leszek Nowak (Poznan); Massimo Pauri (Parma); Marcello Pera (Pisa);Azarya Polikanov (Sofia); Marian Przelecki (Warszawa); Vadim Sadovski (Moskva); Italo Scardovi (Bologna); Joseph D. Sneed (New York); Patrick Suppes (Stanford); Giuliano Toraldo di Francia (Firenze); Bas van Fraassen (Princeton); Georg Henrik von Wright (Helsinski); Jules Vuillemin (Paris); Paul Weingartner (Salzburg).
Review Editor: N. Vassallo.
Claudia Bianchi, Marco Buzzoni, C. Dilworth, M. Marsonet, F. Minazzi, M.L. Montecucco, D. Palladino, C. Penco, P.A. Rossi,
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