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I know it's not physics question, but I don't know where to ask. Can you tell me where to find papers/articles about philosophy of science? Something that talks about anthology, epistemology, and axiology of science, please :)?

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Useful names for you will be Karl Popper, Daniel Dennett, Douglas Hofstader, and Lawrence Sklar.
Okay, I'll try that :) Thanks
You might like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j3mhkYbznBk

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^ +1 for the Feynman
@imron07 , also please read The Beginning of Infinity by David Deutsch.
I read feynmann's lec on gravity, thanks for the video :)
While not specifically 'philosophy of science' you'll get a lot of scientific method/attitude from Lawrence Krauss - A Universe from Nothing (video available on YouTube).
Okay, now to youtube. Thanks @CliffSedge
browse google scholers or you cant join sciencedirect.com
*oops you can join

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