Moving beyond (at last, one hopes) “The day we left the Darwin lobby in charge of the office”, the journal Synthese has a great new issue on scientific realism, dedicated to Peter Lipton (d. 2007): Scientific Realism Quo Vadis? Theories, Structures, Underdetermination and Reference here.
F. A. Muller
structural realism, empiricism, the no miracles argument, inference to the best explanation, approximate truth, the argument from underdetermination, the pessimistic meta-induction argument, the semantics of theoretical terms, Carnap’s Aufbau, the identity of indiscernibles and the role of intuitions in the scientific realism debate.
Several sources eager anticipate their copies. Good luck, Synthese!