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Archives of Scientific Philosophy   Tags: archives, history and philosophy of science, personal papers, philosophy, special collections  

Personal papers of philosophers of science and related archival collections at the Special Collections Department.
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363 Hillman Library
3960 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
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The Archives of Scientific Philosophy

Philosophy  has always been influenced by scientific work, and its deliberations have frequently followed scientific models.  In recent decades the University of Pittsburgh has established itself as a leader in scientific philosophy, one of the 20th century's most important intellectual currents.  The University has committed itself to assembling archival resources for investigating the history of scientific philosophy.  Most materials are housed in the Special Collections Department of the University's Hillman Library. 

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