Oxford University Press (UK), forthcoming.
Authors: Angela Breitenbach, Nancy Cartwright and Pedro Merlussi, John Carroll, Mary Domski, Helen Hattab, Michela Massimi, Stephen Mumford, Marc Lange, Walter Ott, Lydia Patton, Stathis Psillos, James Woodward.
Editorial Board member of the series New Directions in the Philosophy of Science.
Palgrave Macmillan UK.
Philosophy, Science, and History: A Guide and Reader, Routledge 2014.
* Review: “Using History of Philosophy in Philosophy of Science,” Ivan Ferreira da Cunha, Science & Education, April 2015.
* Review: “Lydia Patton, ed., Philosophy, Science, and History,” Sarah Jozina Reynolds, HOPOS: The Journal of the International Society for the History of Philosophy of Science, Fall 2015.
* Co-Editor with Scott Edgar, Special Issue, “Method, Science, and Mathematics: Neo-Kantianism and Early Analytic Philosophy”.
* Former Associate Editor (2014-2016).
Guest editor, “Ontology and Methodology,” special issue of Synthese.
With Deborah Mayo and Benjamin Jantzen.
Proceedings of the conference at Virginia Tech in May 2013.
- Erik Angner, “To navigate safely in the vast sea of empirical facts”
- Hayley Clatterbuck, “Drift Beyond Wright-Fisher”
- Kevin D. Hoover, “The ontological status of shocks and trends in macroeconomics”
- Benjamin C. Jantzen, “Projection, Symmetry, and Natural Kinds”
- Lydia Patton, “Methodological realism and modal resourcefulness”
- Laura Ruetsche, “The Shaky Game +25, or: on locavoracity”
- Elay Shech, “Scientific misrepresentation and guides to ontology”
- Aris Spanos and Deborah Mayo, “Error statistical modeling and inference”
- James Woodward, “Methodology, ontology, and interventionism”
Kant: Science, Logic, and Mathematics
Kant: Critique of Pure Reason
The image in the background is of a geometrical teaching model on display at the Musée des Arts et Métiers in Paris. Photograph (c) Lydia Patton 2014.