What good is Kant's philosophy for current philosophy of science? There has been an increasing interest in Kant and philosophy of science in the past twenty years. Through the reconstruction of a variety of Kantian legacies in the development of nineteenth and twentieth century physics and mathematics, this edited volume explores the relevance that Kant's philosophy still has for current debates in philosophy of science, philosophy of mathematics, and philosophy of physics.
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Author Biography - Michela Massimi
Dr Michela Massimi was rewarded a PhD in Philosophy from the London School of Economics in 2002. From October 2002 to September 2005, Dr Massimi was a Research Fellow in history and philosophy of science at Girton College, University of Cambridge and affiliated with the Department of History and Philosophy of Science. Before joining UCL in October 2005, Dr Massimi lectured on the philosophy of science and philosophy of physics at the University of Cambridge, both in the Philosophy Faculty and in the Physics Department (Cavendish Laboratory). Dr Massimi is a member of the British Society for Philosophy of Science, the Philosophy of Science Association, and the American Philosophical Association.