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Contents
Preface
Context
Introduction
Chapter 2: A Place in History -- Alicia Juarrero
Chapter 3: The Context of Our Query – Michael Lissack
Case Study
Chapter 4: Case Study: Creationism -- Zack Kopplin
Chapter 5: Scientific Realism on Historical Science and Creationism -- Abraham Graber
Chapter 6: A Pragmatic Constructivist Take on the Case -- Michael Lissack
Dialogue
Chapter 7: Robustness and Explanation -- William Wimsatt
Chapter 8: A Mode of 'Epi-Thinking' Leads to the Exploration of Vagueness and Finality -- Stanley
Salthe
Chapter 9: Occam's Razor, the Complexity of Truth, and the Simplicity Puzzle -- Kevin Kelly
Chapter 10: Getting a Grip -- Nancy Nersessian
Chapter 11: Modes of Explanation: Complex Phenomena -- Sandra Mitchell
Chapter 12: Narrative as a Mode of Explanation: Evolution and Emergence -- Rukmini Nair
Chapter 13: Economic Explanations -- Paul Thagard
Chapter 14: Narratives and Models in Complex Systems -- Timothy Allen, Edmond Ramly, Samantha
Paulsen, Gregori Kanatzidis, and Nathan Miller
Chapter 15: Evaluating Explanations through their Conceptual Structures -- Steven Wallis
Chapter 16: Investigating the Lay and Scientific Norms for Using "Explanation" -- Jonathan Waskan,
Ian Harmon, Andrew Higgins, and Joseph Spino
Conclusion
Afterword
Afterword 1: The Scientific Attitude Toward Explanation -- Lee McIntyre
Afterword 2: Explanation Revisited-- Jan Faye
Afterword 3: Is The World Completely Intelligible? A Very Short Course -- Peter Achinstein
Afterword 4: Explanation and Pluralism -- Beckett Sterner
Reprise: Michael Lissack
References
Suggestions for Further Reading
Index