Baltic Association of the History and Philosophy of Science

Acta Baltica Historiae et Philosophiae Scientiarum
ABHPS Vol. 9, No. 1 (Spring 2021)

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Alexander Pechenkin. The Ensemble Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics and Scientific Realism.
Henrik Sova. Assessment Relativism and the Truth-Predicate.
Alessandra Morrone, Lisa Zorzato. The Song of the Science Mermaid: A Philosophical Trilogue on the Osteological Paradox.
Kristi Joamets, Archil Chochia. Access to Artificial Intelligence for Persons with Disabilities: Legal and Ethical Questions Concerning the Application of Trustworthy AI.
Lyubov Sukhoterina. The Life and Scientific Legacy of the Outstanding Ukrainian Economist V. A. Kosynskyi (1864–1938).

Galyna Zvonkova, Vira Gamaliia. The Academic Form of Science Organization in Ukraine: An Essay on the History (1918–2018).
Viacheslav Bandus. The Formation and Development of the Scientific School of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science of Professor V. O. Dobrovolsky at Odessa Polytechnic Institute in the 1930s–1960s.

Rein Vihalemm. ‘On the “Two-Layeredness” of Structure and the Relation of Quantum Mechanics and Chemistry’.
Ramunas Kondratas. The Annual Meeting of the Lithuanian Association of the History and Philosophy of Science.

Book Reviews
Eckhard Spring. Ernst Nauck (1819–1875): A Pioneer of Higher Technical Education in the Baltics.
Julien Delhez. Anomaly, Jonathan (2020), Creating Future People: The Ethics of Genetic Enhancement, New York & London: Routledge, 126 pp., ISBN 978-0-367-20312-2.

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