Dr. Tanona specializes in the philosophy of science, and the history and philosophy of physics.
Ph.D. Indiana University-Bloomington, 2002
"Decoherence and the Copenhagen Cut". Synthese (forthcoming).
"Theory, coordination, and empirical meaning in modern physics". In Discourse on a New Method, edited by M. Dickson and M. Domski, Open Court (forthcoming).
"Uncertainty in Bohr's response to Heisenberg's microscope". Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 35 (2004): 483-507.
"The anticipation of necessity: Kant on Kepler's laws and universal gravitation". Philosophy of Science 67 (2000): 421-443.
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