Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Studies on Philosophy

(This list was compiled by Mathieu Doucet and Sergio Sismondo)

Collins, R. (1998). The Sociology of Philosophies: A Global Theory of Intellectual Change. Cambridge, MA, Harvard University Press.

Doucet, Mathieu
(2003) The Philosopher's Laboratory: Towards a Sociology of Philosophical Knowledge and Practice. MA thesis, Queen's University.

Forguson, L. (2001). "Oxford and the 'Epidemic' of Ordinary Language Philosophy." the Monist 84: 325-345.

Healy, K. (2005). Specialization and Status in Philosophy. Tucson, AZ.

Kusch, M.
(1995). Psychologism: a case study in the sociology of philosophical knowledge. London, Routledge.

Kusch, M., Ed. (2000). The Sociology of Philosophical Knowledge. Dordrecht, Kluwer.

Mason, J. A. (1999). The Philosophers Address: Writing and the Perception of Philosophy. New York, Oxford, Lanham, Boulder, Lexington Books.

Overall, C. (1996). Reflections of a Sceptical Bioethicist. Philosophical Perspectives on Bioethics. L. W. Sumner. Toronto, University of Toronto Press.

Rescher, N. (1993). "American Philosophy Today." Review of Metaphysics 46: 717-45.

Richardson, A. (1997). "Toward a History of Scientific Philosophy." Perspectives on Science 5: 418-451.

Rorty, R. (1982). Philosophy as a Kind of Writing: An Essay on Derrida. Consequences of Pragmatism. R. Rorty. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press: 90-109.
Comment: Rorty's work is a critique of philosophy, and it's at least provocative for sociological thinking.

Rosental, C. (2002). "Quelle logique pour quelle rationalité? Representations et usages de la logique en sciences sociales." Enquête 2: 69-92.

Rosental, C. (2003). La trame de l'évidence. Paris, Presses Universitaires de France.

Sismondo, S. (2005). "Boundary Work and the Science Wars." Episteme 1(3): 235-248.

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