2002 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
1988 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
His primary areas of investigation include Epistemology, Contemporary philosophy, Philosophy of science, Analytic philosophy and General interest. Philip Kitcher merges Epistemology with Illusion in his study. His Contemporary philosophy research includes themes of Naturalized epistemology, Sociological naturalism, Trace, Classics and Philosophy of language.
He combines subjects such as Law, Pluralism, Democracy and Sociology of scientific knowledge with his study of Philosophy of science. Social science and Environmental ethics is closely connected to Public debate in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Democracy. Philip Kitcher interconnects Unification and Conjunction in the investigation of issues within Analytic philosophy.
Philip Kitcher spends much of his time researching Epistemology, Philosophy of science, Democracy, Environmental ethics and Contemporary philosophy. His work on Epistemology deals in particular with Pragmatism, Realism, Sociobiology, Metaphysics and Western philosophy. His Philosophy of science research includes elements of Ideal and Sociology of scientific knowledge.
His work on Social science expands to the thematically related Environmental ethics. His Contemporary philosophy research focuses on Analytic philosophy in particular. He connects Analytic philosophy with General interest in his research.
His primary areas of study are Epistemology, Democracy, Pragmatism, Philosophy of science and Social science. His works in Realism, Social epistemology, Metaphysics, Subject and Action are all subjects of inquiry into Epistemology. Philip Kitcher has researched Democracy in several fields, including Aesthetics, Political economy, Knowledge level, Public relations and Character.
His Pragmatism study combines topics in areas such as Positivism and Set. The concepts of his Philosophy of science study are interwoven with issues in Ideal, Special sciences and Ethical issues. His Social science research integrates issues from Ethology, Environmental ethics and Secularism.
His primary scientific interests are in Epistemology, Social science, Secularism, Philosophy of science and Ideal. Much of his study explores Epistemology relationship to Politics. His Social science research incorporates themes from Environmental ethics, Naturalism and Democracy.
His Democracy study incorporates themes from Promotion and Science policy. His study in Philosophy of science is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Variety and Public debate. His Ideal research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Knowledge level, Flourishing and Public relations.
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The Dialectical Biologist.
Philip Kitcher;Richard Levins;Richard Lewontin.
The Philosophical Review (1989)
Science, Truth, and Democracy
The Advancement of Science
Explanatory unification and the causal structure of the world
The nature of mathematical knowledge
The advancement of science : science without legend, objectivity without illusions
John Dupre;Philip Kitcher.
The Philosophical Review (1995)
Vaulting Ambition: Sociobiology and the Quest for Human Nature
1953 and all that: a tale of two sciences.
The Philosophical Review (1984)
The division of cognitive labor
The Journal of Philosophy (1990)
The Naturalists Return
The Philosophical Review (1992)
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