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-'''Philosophy of science''' is the study of [[assumption]]s, [[foundation]]s, and [[implication]]s of [[science]]. The philosophy of science may be divided into two areas: [[Epistemology]] of science and [[metaphysics]] of science.  
-==See also== 
-* [[Epistemology]] 
-* [[Foundations of statistics]] 
-* [[History and philosophy of science]] 
-* [[History of science]] 
-* [[Inquiry]] 
-* [[Objectivity (philosophy)]] 
-* [[Philosophy of language]] 
-* [[Philosophy of mathematics]] 
-* [[Philosophy of engineering]] 
-* [[Positivism (philosophy)|Positivism]] 
-* [[Science studies]] 
-* [[Scientific materialism]] 
-* [[Scientific method]] 
-* [[Scientism]] 
-* [[Social construction]] 
-* [[Sociology of scientific knowledge]] 
-* [[Sociology of science]] 
-* [[Timeline of the history of scientific method]] 
-===Philosophers of science===+'''Robert Grosseteste''' (c. 1175 – 9 October 1253), [[England|English]] statesman, [[scholasticism|scholastic philosopher]], [[theologian]] and [[Bishop of Lincoln]], was born of humble parents at [[Stradbroke]] in [[Suffolk]]. [[Alistair Cameron Crombie|A.C. Crombie]] calls him "the real founder of the tradition of scientific thought in medieval [[Oxford]], and in some ways, of the modern English intellectual tradition".
-Before the 16th century+==See also==
-* [[Plato]]+* [[Oxford Franciscan school]]
-* [[Aristotle]]+* [[History of the scientific method]]
-* [[Empedocles]]+* [[History of science in the Middle Ages]]
-* [[Ibn al-Haytham]] (Alhacen)+* [[Brazen Head]]
-* [[Robert Grosseteste]]+* [[List of bishops of Lincoln and precursor offices]]
-* [[Roger Bacon]]+* [[Greyfriars, Oxford]]
- +
-16th century+
-* [[Francis Bacon (philosopher)|Sir Francis Bacon]]+
- +
-17th century+
-* [[Galileo Galilei]]+
-* [[René Descartes]]+
-* [[Sir Isaac Newton]]+
- +
-18th century+
-* [[George Berkeley]]+
-* [[Immanuel Kant]]+
-* [[David Hume]]+
- +
-19th century+
-* [[Auguste Comte]]+
-* [[John Stuart Mill]]+
-* [[William Whewell]]+
-* [[Edmund Husserl]]+
-* [[Ernst Mach]]+
-* [[Charles Sanders Peirce]]+
- +
-1900-1930+
-* [[Henri Poincaré]]+
-* [[Pierre Duhem]]+
-* [[Niels Bohr]]+
-* [[Albert Einstein]]+
-* [[Bertrand Russell]]+
-* [[Frank P. Ramsey]]+
-* [[Moritz Schlick]]+
-* [[John Dewey]]+
-* [[Alfred North Whitehead]]+
- +
-1930-1960+
-* [[Alfred Ayer]]+
-* [[Hans Reichenbach]]+
-* [[Georges Canguilhem]]+
-* [[Alexandre Koyré]]+
-* [[Karl Popper|Sir Karl Popper]]+
-* [[Rudolph Carnap]]+
-* [[Michael Polanyi]]+
-* [[Otto Neurath]]+
-* [[Carl Gustav Hempel]]+
-* [[Paul Oppenheim]]+
-* [[Gaston Bachelard]]+
-* [[R. B. Braithwaite]]+
-* [[Werner Heisenberg]]+
-* [[Taketani Mitsuo]]+
-* [[Stephen Toulmin]]+
- +
-1960-1980+
-* [[Paul Feyerabend]]+
-* [[Mary Hesse]]+
-* [[Thomas Kuhn]]+
-* [[Imre Lakatos]]+
-* [[Ernest Nagel]]+
-* [[Hilary Putnam]]+
-* [[W.V. Quine]]+
-* [[Carl Friedrich von Weizsäcker]]+
-* [[Mario Bunge]]+
- +
-1980-2000+
-* [[Helen Longino]]+
-* [[Sandra Harding]]+
-* [[Patrick Suppes]]+
-* [[Bas van Fraassen]]+
-* [[Nancy Cartwright (philosopher)|Nancy Cartwright]]+
-* [[Larry Laudan]]+
-* [[Adolf Grünbaum]]+
-* [[Nancey Murphy]]+
-* [[Wesley C. Salmon]]+
-* [[Ronald Giere]]+
-* [[Peter Lipton]]+
-* [[Ian Hacking]]+
-* [[Richard Boyd]]+
-* [[Ernan McMullin]]+
-* [[Daniel Dennett]]+
-* [[David Stove]]+
-* [[Roger Penrose]]+
-* [[Wolfgang Stegmüller]]+
-* [[Philip Kitcher]]+
-* [[John Dupré]]+
-* [[Elliott Sober]]+
-* [[Peter Godfrey-Smith]]+
- +
-===Subfields===+
- +
-* [[Philosophy of biology]]+
-* [[Philosophy of chemistry]]+
-* [[Philosophy of physics]]+
-* [[Philosophy of psychology]]+
-* [[Neurophilosophy]]+
-* [[Philosophy of social sciences]]+
-===Related topics=== 
-* [[Curve fitting]] 
-* [[Explanation]] 
-* [[Free will and determinism]] 
-* [[Philosophy of mathematics]] 
-* [[Philosophy of space and time]] 
-* [[Problem of induction]] 
-* [[Science Wars]] 
-* [[Simplicity]] 
-* [[Uniformitarianism (science)]] 
-* [[Unobservables]] 
-* [[Rhetoric of science]] 
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Robert Grosseteste (c. 1175 – 9 October 1253), English statesman, scholastic philosopher, theologian and Bishop of Lincoln, was born of humble parents at Stradbroke in Suffolk. A.C. Crombie calls him "the real founder of the tradition of scientific thought in medieval Oxford, and in some ways, of the modern English intellectual tradition".

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