The new edition of the HOPOS Newsletter is now online. This edition
features information on HOPOS 2002 in Montreal, an article on history and philosophy resources in Hungary, and reviews of the following books:
Lenzer (ed.), August Comte and Positivism: The Essential Writings (1997 edition)
Holton, Advancement of Science and Its Burdens (1998 edition)
Rosenberg, Darwinism in Philosophy, Social Science, and Policy (2000)
Michell, Measurement in Psychology: A Critical History of a Methodological Concept (1999)
Please visit the webpage of HOPOS, the History of Philosophy of Science
Working Group, at: http://scistud.umkc.edu/hopos
On the Newsletter page, you will find the current edition (Volume VI,
Number 2) on the right-hand side.
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About HOPOS and the HOPOS Newsletter
The History Of Philosophy Of Science (HOPOS) Working Group is dedicated to the study of historical topics in philosophy of science, from Aristotle to the very recent past. Our next scholarly meeting will take place in Montreal, Canada in 2002.
The HOPOS Newsletter is published electronically two to three times a year and features reviews of books on topics related to the history of the philosophy of science.
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