I am making my work in philosophy of science easily available in print. Some of the articles — Philosophy and Contemporary Physics, Early Modern Attacks on Reason, The Anti-Copernican Revolution, and Do Scientists Need Philosophy? — have never before been available in any format. A popular course, The Philosophic Corruption of Physics, has been available only as an audio recording, whereas I now offer an edited transcript of these lectures. (Click on the “Essays and Articles” heading above.)
Much of this work focuses on the relationship between philosophy and physics, and how irrational philosophy has affected theoretical physics. It is a fascinating topic, and I hope readers find value in my unique perspective on it.