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Primiero, Giuseppe. 2009. Epistemic Modalities Giuseppe Primiero and Rahman, Shahid. Acts of Knowledge: History, Philosophy and Logic 9: 207–232.
Christiaens, Wim. 2003. The Epr-Experiment And Free Process Theory Johanna Seibt. Process Theories. Cross-Disciplinary Studies on Dynamic Categories: 267-284.
Van Bouwel, Jeroen, and Erik Weber. 2011. Explanation In The Social Sciences Ian Jarvie and Zamora-Bonilla, Jesus. The SAGE Handbook of the Philosophy of the Social Sciences: 632–646.
Weber, Erik. 1994. Explanation, Understanding And Why-Questions Robert Halleux and Bernés, Anne-Cathérine. Nieuwe tendenzen in de geschiedenis en de filosofie van de wetenschappen: 83-94.
Van Bouwel, Jeroen. 2014. Explanatory Strategies Beyond The Individualism/holism Debate Collin Finn and Zahle, Julie. Rethinking the individualism-holism debate 372: 153–175.
Batens, Diderik. 2003. A Formal Approach To Problem Solving Claudio Delrieux and Legris, Javier. Computer Modeling of Scientific Reasoning: 15–26.
Van De Putte, Frederik. 2017. Free Choice Permission In Stit. Logica Yearbook 2016: 289--303.
Heeffer, Albrecht. 2010. From The Second Unknown To The Symbolic Equation Albrecht Heeffer and Van Dyck, Maarten. Philosophical Aspects of Symbolic Reasoning in Early Modern Mathematics 26: 57–102.
De Mol, Liesbeth. 2013. Generating, Solving And The Mathematics Of Homo Sapiens. Emil Post’S Views On Computation H. Zenil. A Computable Universe: Understanding and Exploring Nature as Computation: 45–62.
Weber, Erik. 1993. Het Construeren Van Wetenschappelijke Verklaringen Bart Raymaekers. Gehelen en fragmenten. De vele gezichten van de filosofie: 261-265.
Ducheyne, Steffen. 2012. History And Philosophy Of Science: From Peaceful Coexistence To Golden Age Of Interdisciplinarity? Diederik Aerts, Broekaert, Jan, D'Hooghe, Bart, and Note, Nicole. Worldviews, Science and Us: Bridging Knowledge and its Implications for our Perpectives on the World.: 26-36.
Weber, Erik, and Dunja Šešelja. 2010. How To Identify Scientifc Revolutions? Juan Manuel Torres. On Kuhn's Philosophy and its Legacy 8: 251–282.