Resource Philosophia Naturalis (1950 - )
- History of science and general works
- Natural philosophy
- Periodicals; serials
- Philosophy of science
- Science and religion
- Alternative Names
- 30070 (WHSO Record Number)
"Philosophia Naturalis - Journal for the Philosophy of Nature is a double-blind peer-reviewed international journal that publishes innovative contributions to the classical field of natural philosophy. Its first aim is to present topical research concerning the philosophical and historical aspects of the natural sciences, including physics, chemistry, and biology as well as the cognitive sciences. With Andreas Bartels as the new editor in charge the editors particularly encourage contributions that bridge disciplinary gaps and advance interdisciplinary research.
Philosophia Naturalis is of interest to philosophers, especially of metaphysics, science, and mind, as well as to historians and scholars of the natural sciences. The Journal is international in scope and content and publishes papers in German and English. It is published by Vittorio Klostermann and issued twice a year: one item includes a selection of independently submitted papers, the other one is conceived as a special issue.
From 1950 onwards Philosophia Naturalis is available online with a moving wall of five years at: www.digizeitschriften.de/dms/toc/?PPN=PPN510319696 ."
(Description taken from site.)
Tables of contents with summaries are available free of charge on the main page for issues published between 1997 and the present.
WHSO Record Created By: Amy Rodgers