Michael Friedman is a professor of philosophy at Stanford University, his interests include Kant, Philosophy of Science, History of Twentieth Century Philosophy, including the interaction between philosophy and the exact sciences from Kant through the logical empiricists, prospects for post-Kuhnian philosophy of science in light of these developments, and the relationship between analytic and continental traditions in the early twentieth century..
Here are the works of Friedman included in the bibliographic records of this encyclopedia:
- De Pierris and Friedman (2013): De Pierris, Graciella and Friedman, Michael. (2013) Kant and Hume on Causality. In Zalta (Ed.) (2016). Retrieved from http://plato.stanford.edu/archives/win2013/entries/kant-hume-causality/.
- Friedman (1992): Friedman, Michael. (1992) Causal Laws and Natural Science. In Guyer (Ed.) (1992), 161-199.
- Friedman (2002): Friedman, Michael. (2002) Kant, Kuhn and the Rationality of Science. Philosophy of Science 69 (2), 171-190.
- Friedman (2008): Friedman, Michael. (2008) Introduction: Carnap’s revolution in philosophy. In Friedman and Creath (Eds.) (2008), 1-18.
- Friedman and Creath (Eds.) (2008): Friedman, Michael and Creath, Richard. (Eds.). (2008) The Cambridge Companion to Carnap. Cambridge University Press.
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