- Title Pages
- 1 Introduction: Lessons from the Scientific Butchery
- 2 Induction, Samples, and Kinds
- 3 It Takes More Than All Kinds to Make a World
- 4 Lange and Laws, Kinds, and Counterfactuals
- 5 Are Fundamental Laws Necessary or Contingent?
- 6 Para-Natural Kinds
- 7 Boundaries, Conventions, and Realism
- 8 Natural Kinds and Biological Realisms
- 9 Three Ways of Resisting Essentialism about Natural Kinds
- 10 Arthritis and Nature’s Joints
- 11 Predicting Populations by Modeling Individuals
- 12 Similarity and Species Concepts
- 13 Species Concepts and Natural Goodness
- 14 How to Think about the Free Will/Determinism Problem
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