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    Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
    1 January 2006Waste, Industry and Romantic Leisure: Veblen's Theory of Recognition  Varul, M.Z.
    1 January 2018Watsuji’s Phenomenology of Aidagara: An Interpretation and Application to Psychopathology  Krueger, JW
    1 January 2013Watsuji’s Phenomenology of Embodiment and Social Space  Krueger, Joel
    1 October 2014What Can Evolution Tell us About the Healthy Mind?  Dupré, John
    1 December 2014What can we learn from happiness surveys?  Skidelsky, Edward
    1 January 2015What Counts as Scientific Data? A Relational Framework  Leonelli, Sabina
    1 January 2014What Difference Does Quantity Make? On the Epistemology of Big Data Biology  Leonelli, Sabina
    1 January 2008What Genes Are, and Why There Are No 'Genes For Race'  Dupré, John
    1 January 2017What is absent from contemplative neuroscience? Rethinking limits within the study of consciousness, experience, and meditation  Rappert, B; Colombetti, G; Coopmans, K
    1 January 2007What is in a Model? Using Theoretical and Material Models to Develop Intelligible Theories  Leonelli, Sabina
    28 March 2011What is Natural about Human Nature?  Dupré, John
    1 January 2011What Is So Special About Model Organisms?  Ankeny, Rachel A.; Leonelli, Sabina
    1 September 2009What language does to feelings  Colombetti, Giovanna
    1 January 2013What makes a model organism?  Leonelli, Sabina; Ankeny, Rachel A.
    8 November 2018What moral philosophers can learn from the history of moral concepts  Skidelsky, EBH
    1 January 2004What's all the Fuss About Social Constructivism?  Dupré, John
    23 February 2012When humans are the exception: cross-species databases at the interface of biological and clinical research.  Leonelli, Sabina
    8 June 2018Where health and environment meet: The use of invariant parameters in big data analysis  Leonelli, S; Tempini, N
    1 January 2015Where is the understanding?  Toon, Adam
    1 January 2014Why call bodily sense making "languaging"?  Colombetti, Giovanna