Inaugural Address. Trends in the Foundation of Physics; E.G. Beltrametti. Section 6 : Methodology. The Empirical Character of Evidence; P. Achinstein. Partiality, Pursuit and Practice; S. French. Section 7: Probability, Induction and Decision Theory. Prior Inferences for Posterior Judgements; M. Goldstein. Game Theory, Rationality and Evolution; B. Skyrms. Section 8: History of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science. Anomalies and the Revision of Theory-Elements: Notes; U. Gahde. The Prehistory of Infinitary Logic: 1885-1955; G.H. Moore. Section 9: Ethics of Science and Technology. Engineers, Ethics and Sustainable Development; S. Beder. Are There Ethical Reasons for Being, or Not Being, a Scientific Realist; L. J. Cohen. Rights and Autonomy of Scientists: Cases in the People's Republic of China; D. Fan. On Ethics and Changing Expertise in Technology Assessment; I. Hronszky. Unpopular and Precautionary Science: Towards a New Ethics of Science; M. Kaiser. Testing Models of Natural Systems: Can it Be Done? N. Oreskes. Section 11: Philosophy of The Physical Sciences. Macroscopic Reality and the Dynamical Reduction Program; G.C. Ghirardi. Section 12: Philosophy of Biological Sciences. On Conflicts Between Genetic and Developmental Viewpoints - and Their Attempted Resolution in Molecular Biology; R.M. Burian. The 'Paramount Power of Selection': From Darwin to Kauffman; J. Gayon. Environmental Causes in Ontogeny and an Ethics of Attention; C.N. van der Weele. Section 13: Philosophy of Cognitive Sciences and AI. Mental Causation Without the Language of Thought; F. Jackson. What is the Problem of Mental Causation? J. Kim. Classical Constituents in Smolensky's ICS Architecture; B. McLaughlin. Section 14: Philosophy of Linguistics. Non-Constituent Coordination, Wrapping, and Multimodal Categorial Grammars; D.R. Dowty. Meaning Sensitivity and Grammatical Structure; T.D. Parsons. Section 15: Philosophy of the Social Sciences. Qualitative Consistency Masquerading as Quantitative Fit; R.M. Dawes. Why Does Evidence Matter So Little to Economic Theory; D.M. Hausman. Selection and Attraction in Cultural Evolution; D. Sperber. Symposium 2: Semantics and Semiotics. Semantics and Semiotics; J. Pelc. On Meaning, Logic and Verbal Language; U. Eco. Semantics and Semiotics; D. Follesdal. Symposium 3: Logic and Philosophy of Science in the Far East. Logic and Philosophy of Science in the Far East; R. Qiu. Logic in China; W. Lu. Recent Developments of Logic, Computer Science, and Philosophy of Science in Japan; H. Sakamoto. Philosophy of Science in Korea, 1950-1995; S.-Y. Song. Philosophy of Science in Taiwan; C.H. Lin, D. Fu. Table of Contents Volume I.