List of all Publications

Boge, Florian J. (2018a). An Argument Against Global No Miracles Arguments. Forthcoming in Synthese.


Boge, Florian J.  (2018b). Quantum Mechanics Between Ontology and Epistemology. European Studies in Philosophy of Science, Vol. 10. Springer International Publishing.


Boge, Florian J. (2019a). Why computer simulations are not inferences, and in what sense they are experiments. European Journal for Philosophy of Science, Vol. 9, no. 13, pp 30.


Boge, Florian J. (2019b). The Best of Many Worlds, or, is Quantum Decoherence the Manifestation of a Disposition? Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics, 66, pp. 135-144.


Boge, Florian J. (2019c). Quantum information vs. epistemic logic: An analysis of the Frauchiger-Renner theorem. Foundations of Physics. 49(10), pp. 1143-1165.


Boge, Florian J. (2019d). How to infer explanations from computer simulations. Forthcoming in Studies in History and Philosophy of Science.


Boge, Florain J. and Glick, David (1st author) (2019e) Is the Reality Criterion Analytic? Forthcoming in Erkenntnis.


Boge, Florian J. and Grünke, Paul (2019f) Computer Simulations, Machine Learning and the Laplacean Demon: Opacity in the Case of High Energy Physics. In: Resch, Kaminski, and Gehring (Eds.). The Science and Art of Simulation II, Springer.


Boge, Florain J. and Zeitnitz, Christian. (2020) Polycratic hierarchies and networks: What simulation-modeling at the LHC can teach us about the epistemology of simulation. Forthcoming in Synthese.


Boge, Florian J. (2021a) Why Trust a Simulation? Models, Parameters, and Robustness in Simulation-Infected Experiments. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science.


Boge, Florian J. (2021b). Two Dimensions of Opacity and the Deep Learning Predicament. Minds & Machines. 2021.


Chall, Cristin (2018). Doubts for Dawid's Non-Empirical Theory Assessment. Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics, 63, pp. 128-135.

Chall, Christin, King, Martin, Mättig, Peter and Stölzner, Michael (2019) From a boson to the standard model Higgs: a case study in confirmation and model dynamics. Synthese (2019).

Chall, Cristin (2020). Model-Groups as Scientific Research Programmes. European Journal for Philosophy of Science, 10, 6.

Chall, Cristin and Martens, Niels C. M. (2020). Simplicity in the Sciences and Humanities: Report on the Bonn “Simplicities and Complexities” Conference. Journal of General Philosophy of Science, 51, pp. 491-497.


Ehberger, Markus (2020). I'm not there or: Was the virtual particle ever born? In Forstner, Christian, Walker, Mark and Hoffmann, D. (eds.). Biographies in the history of Physics: Actors, institutions and objects, Springer.


Harlander, Robert and Rosaler, Joshua (2019). Higgs Naturalness and Renormalized Parameters. Foundations of Physics, 49, 9, pp. 879-897.


King, Martin (2020). Explanations and Candidate Explanations in Physics. European Journal for Philosophy of Science, 10, 7.


King, Martin (2021). Conjectures and Disconfirmations: Confirming the Standard Model Higgs. Erkenntnis.


Lehmkuhl, Dennis (2017). Literal vs Careful Interpretations of Scientific Theories: The Vacuum Approach to the Problem of Motion in General Relativity. Philosophy of Science, 84, 5, pp. 1202-1214.


Lehmkuhl, Dennis (2019a). General Relativity as a Hybrid theory: The Genesis of Einstein's work on the Problem of Motion. Forthcoming in Studies in the History and Philosophy of Modern Physics, 67, pp. 167-190.


Lehmkuhl, Dennis (2019b). The Equivalence Principle(s). Forthcoming in Knox, Eleanor and Wilson, Alastair (eds.). The Routledge Companion to Philosophy of Physics, Routledge.


Martens, Niels C. M. (2017). Regularity Comparativism about Mass in Newtonian Gravity. Philosophy of Science, 84, 5, pp. 1226-1238.


Martens, Niels C. M. (2018). Against Laplacian Reduction of Newtonian Mass to Spatiotemporal Quantities. Foundations of Physics, 48, 5, pp. 591-609.


Martens, Niels C. M. and Read, James (2020). Sophistry about symmetries? Synthese.


Martens, Niels C. M. and Lehmkuhl, Dennis (2020a), Dark Matter = Modified Gravity? Scrutinising the spacetime–matter distinction through the modified gravity/ dark matter lens. Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics. 72, pp. 237-250.


Martens, Niels .C. M. and Lehmkuhl, Dennis (2020b), Cartography of the space of theories: an interpretational chart for fields that are both (dark) matter and spacetime. Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics, 72, pp. 217-236.

Martens, Niels C. M., Carretero Sahuquillo, M.Á.,  Scholz, E., Lehmkuhl, Dennis and Krämer, M. (eds.) (2020-2021), Special Issue on Dark Matter & Modified Gravity
Editorial (in SHPS):

Martens, Niels C. M. (2022). Dark Matter Realism. Foundations of Physics, 52, 1:16


Mättig, Peter and Stöltzner, Michael (2018). Model Choice and Crucial Tests. On the Empirical Epistemology of the Higgs Discovery. Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics, published online.


Mättig, Peter (2019). Validation of Simulation in Particle Physics. Forthcoming in Beisbart, Claus and Saam, Nicole J. (eds.). Computer Simulation Validation - Fundamental Concepts, Methodological Frameworks and Philosophical Perspectives. Springer, pp. 631-660.


Mättig, Peter (2021). Trustworthy simulations and their epistemic hierarchy. Synthese


Merz, Martina (2018). Epistemic Innovation: How Novelty Comes About in Science. In Rammert, Werner et al. (eds.). Innovation Society Today: Perspectives, Fields and Cases. Springer VS, pp. 325-339.


Merz, Martina and Sorgner, Helene. Komplexe Organisationen zum Sprechen bringen: Experteninterviews zu Großforschungsprojekten in der Teilchenphysik. Forthcoming in Donlic, Jasmin and Strasser, Irene (eds.). Gegenstand und Methoden qualitativer Sozialforschung: Einblicke in die Forschungspraxis. Barbara Budrich.


Ritson, Sophie (2019). Probing Novelty at the LHC: Heuristic Appraisal of Disruptive Experimentation. Forthcoming in Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics.


Ritson, Sophie & Staley, Kent (2021a). How uncertainty can save measurement from circularity and holism. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A. Vol. 85, pp. 155-165.


Ritson, Sophie (2021b). Creativity and modelling the measurement process of the Higgs self‑coupling at the LHC and HL‑LHC. Synthese. 2021.


Rosaler, Joshua (2017). Reduction as an A Posteriori Relation. Forthcoming in British Journal for the Philosophy of Science.


Rosaler, Joshua (2018). Generalized Ehrenfest Relations, Deformation Quantization and the Geometry of Inter-Model Reduction. Foundations of Physics, 48, 3, pp. 355-385.


Rosaler, Joshua (2019). The Geometry of Reduction: Compound Reduction and Overlapping State Space Domains. Forthcoming in Foundations of Physics.


Rosaler, Joshua and Harlander, Robert (2019). Naturalness, Wilsonian Renormalization and "Fundamental Parameters" in Quantum Field Theory. Forthcoming in Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics.


Rosaler, Joshua; Harlander, Robert; Schiemann, Gregor and Carretero Sahuquillo, Miguel Ángel (eds.) (2019). Special Issue: Naturalness, Hierarchy and Fine-Tuning. Foundations of Physics, 49, 9, pp. 855-1065.


Rosaler, Joshua (2021).Dogmas of Effective Field Theory: Scheme Dependence, Fundamental Parameters, and the Many Faces of the Higgs Naturalness Principle


Scholz, Erhard (2018). The Unexpected Resurgence of Weyl Geometry in late 20th-Century Physics. In: Rowe, David E. et al. (eds.) Beyond Einstein. Einstein Studies, 14, pp. 261-360.


Scholz, Erhard (2020). A scalar field inducing a non-metrical contribution to gravitational acceleration and a compatible add-on to light deflection. General Relativity and Gravity, 52, 46.


Stöltzner, Michael (2017a). Feynman Diagrams as Models. Mathematical Intelligencer, 39, 2, pp. 46-54.


Stöltzner, Michael (2017b). The Variety of Explanations in the Higgs Sector. Synthese, 194, 2, pp. 433-460.


Stöltzner, Michael (2018). Feynman Diagrams: Modeling between Physics and Mathematics. Perspectives on Science, 26, 4, pp. 482-500.


Wüthrich, Adrian (2017). Discovering and "rediscovering" the W Boson. Annalen der Physik, 529, 5.


Wüthrich, Adrian (2018). The exigencies of war and the stink of a theoretical Problem: Understanding the genesis of Feynman's quantum electrodynamics as mechanistic modelling at different level. Perspectives on Science, 26, 4, pp. 501-520.