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Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Free Synthese Papers

"This book fills a much-needed gap." - Moses Hadas


“Evolution and its rivals” – free Synthese papers!

"Most people don’t have journal access, so it’s always wonderful when academic papers are made available for free online – it’s even better when the papers are related to ID and evolution! The latest edition of Synthese, a philosophy journal, has a theme, and that theme is “Evolution and its rivals” (in other words: “Intelligent design and why it’s wrong – philosophers of science give their perspective”). The edition’s ten papers are free to download until the 31st of December, but don’t be lazy and miss out!"

I found I could access all articles going back to 1936.

The linguistic evolution of papers published in it was also interesting: the first issue was all Dutch, then many French papers appeared, and there was a sprinkling of German.

From the 1970s it seemed English became the only language used in it.
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