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How could science be different?
Heuristic Challenges for Modelling Nature
The Zeroth Law of Science
The Brain in a Plat and the Fading Dream of Quantum Realism: Science at a Transf
Quantum theory could have been different, relativity could have been different
Three Flukes Made Modern Science Possible
A Robust Community-Based Credit System to Enhance Peer Review in Scientific Rese
Physics of the Observer Series
Can Artificial Intelligence Improve Scientific Collaboration?
Between understanding and control: Science as a cultural product
The Progress of the Basic Science can be also Outside of Universities
How to Unsplit the World: Quantum mechanics, cognitive science, and the subject-
My Electrons Are Spinning
A New Vision for Science: Balancing Stakeholders and Fostering Collaboration
No Standstill in Fundamental Science
How could science be different? Ask a feminist!
Science Without Discovery
A tool for helping science find the optimal path toward the truth: falsification
How Could Science Move Forward With Benevolence?
From an Unknowable to a Knowable Ontology of the Universe
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