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Prof. Dr. Axel Gelfert - Publikationen | Publications

I. Monographien | Monographs

How to Do Science with Models: A Philosophical Primer. Dordrecht: Springer 2016

rezensiert in: Annals of Science, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science (BJPS) Review of Books, Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, Society for Modeling & Simulation (SCS) Newsletter, Metascience, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, Organon F, International Studies in Philosophy of Science
A Critical Introduction to Testimony. London: Bloomsbury 2014

rezensiert in: The Philosophical Quarterly, Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, Australasian Journal of Philosophy, Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective

 

II. Aufsätze in wissenschaftlichen Zeitschriften | Articles in journals

“Beyond the ‘Null Setting’: The Method of Cases in the Epistemology of Testimony”, Epistemology & Philosophy of Science, Vol. 56, No. 2, 2019, 60-76.
“Fake News: A Definition”, Informal Logic, Vol. 38, No.1, 2018, 84–117.
“Inner Speech, Natural Language, and the Modularity of the Mind”, Kairos, Vol. 14, 2015, 7-29
“Symbol Systems as Collective Representational Resources: Mary Hesse, Nelson Goodman, and the Problem of Scientific Representation”, Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective, Vol. 4 (6) 2015, 52-61
“The ‘Extendedness’ of Scientific Evidence”, Philosophical Issues (Supplement to Noûs), Vol. 24 (1) 2014, 253-281. (zusammen mit Eric Kerr)
“Applicability, Indispensability, and Underdetermination: Puzzling over Wigner's ‘Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics’”, Science & Education, Vol. 23 (5) 2014, 997-1009
“Disattendability, Civil Inattention, and the Epistemology of Privacy”, Philosophical Analysis, Vol. 31, 2014, 151-181
“Observation, Inference, and Imagination: Elements of Edgar Allan Poe's Philosophy of Science”, Science & Education, Vol. 23 (3) 2014, 589-607
“Synthetic Biology Between Technoscience and Thing Knowledge”, Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Vol. 44 (2) 2013, 141-149
“Strategies of Model-Building in Condensed Matter Physics: Trade-Offs as a Demarcation Criterion Between Physics and Biology?” Synthese Vol. 190 (2) 2013, 252-273
“Before Biopolis: Representations of the Biotechnology Discourse in Singapore”, East Asian Science, Technology and Society Vol. 7 (1) 2013, 103-123
“Climate Change, Epistemic Dissonance, and the Ethics of Uncertainty”, Philosophy and Public Issues (New Series), Vol. 3 (1) 2013, 167-208
Hume on Curiosity”, British Journal for the History of Philosophy Vol. 21 (4) 2013, 711-732
“Coverage-Reliability, Epistemic Dependence, and the Problem of Rumor-Based Belief”, Philosophia Vol. 41 (3) 2013, 763-786
“Art History, the Problem of Style, and Arnold Hauser’s Contribution to the History and Sociology of Knowledge”, Studies in East European Thought, Vol. 62 (1-2) 2012, 121-142
“Nanotechnology as Ideology: Towards a Critical Theory of ‘Converging Technologies’”, Science, Technology, and Society, Vol. 17 (1) 2012, 143-164
“Expertise, Argumentation, and the End of Inquiry”, Argumentation Vol. 25 (3) 2011, 297-312
“Mathematical Formalisms in Scientific Practice: From Denotation to Model-Based Representation”, Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, Vol. 42 (2) 2011, 272-286
“Who is an Epistemic Peer?”, Logos & Episteme: An International Journal of Epistemology, Vol. 2 (4) 2011, 507-514
“Steps to an Ecology of Knowledge: Continuity and Change in the Genealogy of Knowledge”, Episteme: A Journal of Social Epistemology, Vol. 8 (1) 2011, 67-82
“Reconsidering the Role of Inference to the Best Explanation in the Epistemology of Testimony”, Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, Vol. 41 (4) 2010, 386-396
“Hume on Testimony Revisited”, Logical Analysis and History of Philosophy Vol. 13 (2010) 60-75
“Kant and the Enlightenment’s Contribution to Social Epistemology”, Episteme: A Journal of Social Epistemology, Vol. 7 (1) 2010, 79-99
“Indefensible Middle Ground for Local Reductionism about Testimony”, Ratio, Vol. 22 (2) 2009, 170-190
“Rigorous Results, Cross-Model Justification, and the Transfer of Empirical Warrant”, Synthese, Vol. 169 (3) 2009, 497-519
“Kant on Testimony”, British Journal for the History of Philosophy, Vol. 14 (4) 2006, 627-652
“Mathematical Rigor in Physics: Putting Exact Results in Their Place”, Philosophy of Science, Vol. 72 (5) 2005, 723-738
“Manipulative Success and the Unreal”, International Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 17 (3) 2003, 245-263
“Perception and Prejudice. Uncertainty and the Investment in Gender”, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 37 (43), 4382-4389. (zusammen mit Paul Nillesen)
“The absence of finite-temperature phase transitions in low-dimensional many-body models: a survey and new results” (Topical Review), Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter Vol. 13 (2001) R505-R524 (zusammen mit Wolfgang Nolting)
“Absence of a Magnetic Phase Transition in Heisenberg, Hubbard, and Kondo-lattice Films”, physica status solidi (b), Vol. 217 (2000) 805-818 (zusammen mit Wolfgang Nolting)


 III. Buchbeiträge | Book chapters

“Probing Possibilities: Toy Models, Minimal Models, and Exploratory Models”, in Model-Based Reasoning in Science and Technology (MBR18), hg. von F. Salguero-Lamillar, C. Bares-Gomez, M. Fontaine, Cham: Springer 2019, 3-19.

“Rumor”, in The Routledge Handbook of Applied Epistemology, hg. von D. Coady & J. Chase, New York: Routledge 2019, 259-271.
The Passion of Curiosity: A Humean Perspective”, in The Moral Psychology of Curiosity, hg. von I. Inan, L. Watson, D. Whitcomb & S. Yigit, London: Rowman & Littlefield 2018, 57-76.
“Models in Search of Targets: Exploratory Modelling and the Case of Turing Patterns”, in Philosophy of Science: Between Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, and Humanities, hg. von A. Christian, D. Hommen, N. Retzlaff & G. Schurz, Dordrecht: Springer 2018, 245-271.
“Saving Models from Phenomena: A Cautionary Tale from Membrane and Cell Biology”, in Integrated History and Philosophy of Science. Proceedings of the 5th Conference, hg. von F. Stadler, Dordrecht: Springer 2017, 17-30 (zusammen mit Jacob Mok)

“The Ontology of Models”, in Springer Handbook of Model-Based Science, hg. von L. Magnani & T. Bertolotti, Heidelberg/New York: Springer 2017, 5-23
“The Unreasonable Attractiveness of Mathematics to Artists and Scientists”, in Towards the Aesthetics of Interdisciplinarity: Mathematical Bridges, hg. von K. Fenyvesi and T. Lähdesmäki, Boston/Basel: Birkhäuser 2017: 63-80
“'Keine gewöhnlichere, nützlichere und selbst für das menschliche Leben notwendigere Schlussart': Ein neues Bild von David Hume als Theoretiker menschlichen Zeugnisses”, in Über Zeugen: Szenarien von Zeugenschaft und ihre Akteure, hg. von M. Däumer, A. Kalisky und H. Schlie, Paderborn: Wilhelm Fink 2017, 195-211
“What is Science?”, in What Is This Thing Called Philosophy?, hg. von D. Pritchard, London: Routledge 2016, 239-252
“Can We Trust Scientific Models?”, in What Is This Thing Called Philosophy?, hg. von D. Pritchard, London: Routledge 2016, 253-264
“Is Science Getting Closer to the Truth?”, in What Is This Thing Called Philosophy?, hg. von D. Pritchard, London: Routledge 2016, 265-276
“Between Rigor and Reality: Many-Body Models in Condensed Matter Physics”, in Why More Is Different: Philosophical Issues in Condensed Matter Physics and Complex Systems, hg. von B. Falkenburg und M. Morrison, Heidelberg: Springer 2015, 201-226
“Das Zeugnis anderer”, in Grundkurs Erkenntnistheorie, hg. von N. Kompa & S. Schmoranzer, Münster: mentis 2014, 225-240
“The Birth of Epistemological Controversy from the Spirit of Conflict Avoidance: Hobbes on Science and Geometry”, in Conflicting Values of Inquiry: Ideologies of Epistemology in Early Modern Europe, hg. von T. Demeter, K. Murphy, und C. Zittel, Leiden: Brill 2014, 246-271
“Communicability and the Public Misuse of Communication: Kant on the Pathologies of Testimony”, in Kant und die Philosophie in weltbürgerlicher Absicht: Akten des XI. Kant-Kongresses 2010, hg. von S. Bacin, A. Ferrarin, C. LaRocca & M. Ruffing. Berlin: de Gruyter 2013, 257-268
“Rumour, Gossip, and Conspiracy Theories: Pathologies of Testimony and the Principle of Publicity”, in Rumours and Communication in Asia in the Internet Age, hg. von G. Dalziel. London: Routledge 2013, 20-45
“Hume on Testimony Revisited”, in David Hume and Contemporary Philosophy, hg. von I. Kasavin. Newcastle: CSP 2012, 79-99. (Nachdruck des Zeitschriftenaufsatzes unter demselben Titel, Logical Analysis and History of Philosophy, 2010.)
“Scientific Models, Simulation, and the Experimenter's Regress”, in Representation, Models and Simulations, hg. von P. Humphreys und C. Imbert, London: Routledge 2011, 145-167
“Learning from Testimony: Cognitive Cultures and the Epistemic Status of Testimony-Based Beliefs”, in Culture, Nature, Memes: Dynamic Cognitive Theories, hg. von Thorsten Botz-Bornstein. Newcastle: CSP 2008, 34-56
“Education and the Republic of Science”, in Philosophical Reflections for Educators, hg. von Charlene Tan. Singapore: Cengage Publishing 2008, 143-154
“Das Zweifelhafte und das Pathologische: Skeptizismus zwischen Therapie, ‘philosophischer Krankheit’ und Bioethik” in Repräsentationen: Medizin und Ethik in Kunst und Literatur der Moderne, hg. von Bettina v. Jagow und Florian Steger. Heidelberg: Winter Universitätsverlag 2004, 115-140
“Zeugnis und Differenz: Über die Epistemologie des Beim-Wort-Nehmens und In-Erfahrung-Bringens”, in Differenzerfahrung und Selbst, hg. von Bettina v. Jagow und Florian Steger. Heidelberg: Winter Universitätsverlag 2003, 123-140

 

 

 

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