Survey of Phil Sci Syllabi Texts Assigned
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Author and Text
# of Times Assigned
Gender (1 = Female, 0 = Male)
Race (1 = Non-White, 0 = White)
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Okruhlik "Gender and the Biological Sciences"
51
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Anderson, “Uses of Value Judgments in Science: A general argument, with lessons from a case study of feminist research on divorce”
21
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Cartwright "Do the laws of physics state the facts?"
21
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Douglas "moral responsibilities of scientists"
21
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Forrest, Barbara "Methodological naturalism and philosohpical naturalism"
21
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Fricker "Epsitemic injustice"
21
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Haack "Trial and Error: The Supreme Court's Philosophy of Science"
21
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Hrdy "Empathy, polyandry, and the myth of the coy female"
21
10
Lloyd "Pre-theoretical assumptions in evolutionary explanations of female sexuality"
21
11
Longino "beyond bad science"
21
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Longino "Multiplying subjects and the diffusion of power"
21
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Longino "Values and Objectivity"
21
14
Longino and Doell "Body, Bias, Behavior: A Comparative analysis of reasoning in two areas of biological science"
21
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Anderson "Feminist Epistemology: An Interpretaion and a Defense"1
16
Andreasen "A New Perspective on the Race Debate"
1
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Barker and Kitcher "Philosophy of science: a new introduction"1
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Barker and Kitcher, “Science, Values, and Politics”
1
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Beebee, “The Non-Governing Conception of Laws of Nature”1
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Cartwright "Causal laws and effective strategies"
1
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Cartwright "Fundamentalism vs. the Patchwork of Laws"
1
22
Cartwright "The Reality of Causes in a World of Instrumental Laws"1
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Cartwright "The truth doesn't explain much"
1
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Cartwright "When explanation leads to inference"
1
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Cartwright "Where do laws of nature come from"
1
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Cooper and Lewenstein "Two Meanings of Citizen Science"
1
27
De Cruz and De Smedt "The value of epistemic disagreeent in scientific practice"1
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Douglas "Inductive Risk and Values in Science"
1
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Douglas "Rejecting the Ideal of Value-FreeScience"
1
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Douglas, “Values in Science”
1
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Fine, C. "Explaining or Sustaining the Status Quo? Potentially Self-Fulfilling Effects of 'Hard-Wired' Accounts of Sex Differences"1
32
Goldstein and Goldstein "Snow on Cholera"
1
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Gopnik et al. "A theory of causal learning in children"
1
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Haraway "Male and Female Brains"
1
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Haraway "Situated Knowledges"
1
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Harding "Must the advance of science advance global inequality?"1
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Harding "Strong objectivity: a response to the new objecivity question"1
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Henderson "The problem of induction" SEP
1
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Hesse "The Explanatory Function of Metaphor"
1
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Hrdy1
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Hubbard1
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Hubbard “Science, Facts, and Feminism”
1
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Intemann "25 years of feminist empiricism and standpoint theory: Where are we now?"1
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Jacquart and sidel "Observing the Invisible: Computer Simulations and the Hunt or Dark Matter Galaxies"1
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Jaeger "Against physicalism-plus-God: how creation accounts for divine action in nature's world"1
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Lloyd "Feminism as method: What scientists get tha philosophers don't"1
47
Longino "gender, politics, and theoretical virtues"
1
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Longino "Science as social knowledge"
1
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Longino "Sujects, power, and knowledge"
1
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Maddy "Indispensability and Practice"
1
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Maddy "Second Philosohpy"
1
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Maddy, sections I.1-2, II.1, and IV.1 of Second Philosophy
1
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Marincola "Why is public science education important?"
1
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Martin "The Egg and Sperm: How Science and Has Constructed a Romance Based on Stereotypical Male-Female Roles"1
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Millstein "Evolution"1
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Mitchell "Pragmatic laws"1
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Nelson "Feminist Philosophy of Science"
1
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Oreskes "The scientific consensus on climate change"
1
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Oreskes and Conway "Challenging Knowlede: How Climate Science Became a Victim of the Cold War"1
60
Parker "Experiments Simulations and Epistemic privilege"
1
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Potochnik "A Neurathian Conceptionof the Unity of Science"1
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Richardson "When gender criticism becomes standard scientific practice"1
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Riordan, Hoddeson, and Kolb, “Selling the Super Collider, 1983-88”1
64
Salmon "explanation in the social sciences"
1
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Shiva "Women's Indigenous Knowledge and Biodiversity Conservatin"11
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Solomon "Social Empiricism"
1
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Tooby and Cosmides "Toward Mapping the Evolved Functional Organization of the Mind and Brain"1
68
Woody "Telltale Signs: What common explanatory strategies in chemistry reveal about explanation itself"1
69
Wylie "Arguments for Scientific Realism: the ascending spiral"1
70
Wylie "Why standpoint matters"
1
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Kuhn "The Structure of Scientific Revolutions"
150
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Popper "Science: Conjectures and Refutations"
110
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Laudan "A Confutation of Convergent Realism"
80
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Lakatos "Science and Pseudoscience"
60
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van Fraassen "The Scientific Image"
60
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Duhem "Physical Theory and Experiment"
50
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Feyerabend "Against Method"
50
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Hacking "Experimentation and Scientific Realism"
50
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Maxwell "The Ontological Status of Theoretical Entities"
50
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Hanson, N.R. "Observation"
40
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Hempel "Studies in the Logic of Confirmation"
40
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Hempel "Two Basic Types of Scientific Explanation"
40
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Popper "The Logic of Scientific Discovery"
40
84
Schlick "Positivism and Realism"
40
85
Fodor "Special Sciences, or The Disunity of Science as a Working Hypothesis"
30
86
Goodman "Fact Fiction Forecast"
30
87
Hempel "Laws and Their Role in Scientific Explanation"
30
88
Kuhn "Objectivity, Value Judgment, and Theory Choice"
30
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Laudan “Science at the Bar”
30
90
Oppenheim and Putnam "The Unity of Science as a Working Hypothesis"
30
91
Putnam "What Theories are Not"
30
92
Quine "Two Dogmas of Empiricism"
30
93
Russell "On induction"30
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Salmon "Scientific explanation: causation and unification"
30
95
Van fraassen "constructive empiricism"
30
96
van Fraassen "The pragmatics of explanation"
30
97
Ayer "What is a law of nature?"
20
98
Bacon "The Inductive Method"
20
99
Bloor20
100
Boyd "The current status of scientific realism"
20
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