Web sites of interest
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Spontaneous Generations: A Journal for the History and Philosophy of Science
Spontaneous Generations is a new online academic journal published by graduate students at the Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, University of Toronto. The journal aims to establish a platform for interdisciplinary discussion and debate about issues that concern the community of scholars in HPS and related fields. Apart from selecting peer reviewed articles, the journal encourages a direct dialogue among academics by means of short editorials and focused discussion papers which highlight central questions, new developments, and controversial matters affecting HPS.
Personal web site
Bruno Latour is a French sociologist, philosopher and anthropologist, a leading scholar in Science and Technology Studies (STS). Together with John Law and Michel Callon, he developed actor-network theory, an approach to empirical studies of socio-technical assemblies. He is author of Science in action: How to follow scientists and engineers through society (Open UP, 1987), We have never been modern (Harvard UP, 1993) či Reassembling the social: An introduction to actor-network theory (Oxford UP, 2006). Full texts of many his papers and articles can be found on his website.
Czech and Slovak journal for qualitative research in the social sciences
Czech and Slovak peer-reviewed journal for qualitative research in the social sciences, appearing tri-annually in both paper and online versions. Established in 1994 (originally as Biograf Bulletin), currently published by the civil association Casopis Biograf [The Biograf Journal]. In Biograf, you will find original and translated articles, book reviews, critical exchanges, reports, etc. ISSN 1211-5770.
Ends and means
Online journal on philosophy
In 1996-2001, Ends and Means was a journal of philosophy and technology that was issued twice yearly by the Centre for Philosophy, Technology and Society (University of Aberdeen). It was devoted to philosophical explorations of the social, moral and conceptual implications of modern technology. Ends and Means was not committed to any one school or style of philosophy, but its policy was to publish material of major philosophical interest which was likely to be accessible to a wide readership. Editor: Dr Jonathan Friday. ISSN 1472-5819.