Peter Anstey: "Theory and experiment in early modern chymistry"
Monica Aufrecht: "On Reichenbach's Context Distinction "
Sorin Bangu: "Mathematical and Causal Reasoning in Dirac’s Prediction of the Positron "
Claus Beisbart: "How to Argue Concerning Theoretic Principles. Lessons from the History of Cosmology "
Zvi Biener: "Two Dogmas about Newton and Space "
Katherine Brading: "Hilbert and Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity: Two Communications on the Foundations of Physics "
Alan Chalmers: "Experimental Science versus Philosophical Matter Theory in the Work of Robert Boyle "
Hasok Chang: "Bringing History, Philosophy and Science Together in the Lab "
Brendan Clarke: "Cervical Cancer Risk Factors 1966—2006: Causation or Correlation? "
Scott Crothers: "Crystals and Natural Kinds "
Elise M. Crull: "A (So-So) Novel No-Go: Heisenberg on Hidden Variables (1927-1935) "
Marilena Di Bucchianico: "Double Standards, Multiple Dissenters: Evidence, Theories, and the Superconductivity Case "
Robert Disalle: "Minkowski’s space-time and the interpretation of physical theory "
Peter M. Distelzweig: "De Artificio Mechanico Musculorum: Teleological and Mechanical Reasoning in William Harvey’s De motu locali animalium "
Amit Hagar: "Length Matters (II): Minimal length in (loop) quantum gravity and the fate of Lorentz invariance — a methodological study "
Robert Hudson: "Realism and the Bullet Cluster "
Lynn S. Joy: "Radical Changes in the Dispositions of Matter in Boyle, Newton, and Hume "
Koray Karaca: "The Higher Dimensional Unification Program in Physics "
Alexander Klein: "On the Rationality of Metaphysical Commitments in Immature Science "
William R .Newman: "The Mechanical Philosophy and Robert Boyle "
Lydia Patton: "Models of Interactive Effects "
Wolfgang Pietsch: "Underdetermination or why &HPS makes a difference "
J. Brian Pitts: "Einstein’s Physical Strategy in Pursuit of General Relativity, Particle Physicists’ Approach to Gravitation, and Physical Relativity "
Dean Rickles: "Quantum Gravity: History, Historiography, and Philosophy "
Robert Rynasiewcz: "&HPS as a Branch of Natural Philosophy, Beginning with Induction, Supposition, Meaning, Reference, and the 'Discovery' of Hypothetical Entities "
Samuel Schindler: "The epistemic value of Dalton’s theory of atoms "
Michael Silberstein: "When Super-Theories Collide: A Brief History of the Emergence/Reduction Battles between Particle Physics and Condensed Matter Theory "
Edward Slowik: "Newton on the Structure and Parts of Space "
P. Kyle Stanford: "Getting Real: The Hypothesis of Organic Fossil Origins "
Bradley E. Wilson: "From Laws to Models and Mechanisms: Ecology in the Twentieth Century "