Professor Rouse’s primary research interests are in the philosophy of science, the
history of 20th C. philosophy, and interdisciplinary science studies. Within these areas
his primary foci include the philosophy of scientific practice; naturalism and
anti-naturalism in 20th Century philosophy; connections between “analytic” and
“continental” philosophy; the relation of philosophy of science to philosophy of mind and
language, and to metaphysics; cultural studies of science and feminist science studies.
He is currently working on a book about conceptual understanding in science and in
discursive practice generally.
Papers in Philosophy of Science and Science Studies
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