About the Author
Jordi Cat is associate professor of history and philosophy of science at Indiana University. He has published numerous articles in philosophy of science, history of science and history of philosophy of science, with an emphasis on issues concerning unification, the application of mathematics, the relation between science and philosophy, and cultural and political dimensions of philosophy and scientific cognition. He is co-author of Otto Neurath: Philosophy Between Science and Politics (Cambridge UP, 1996) (with N. Cartwright, C. Fleck and T. Uebel), Maxwell, Sutton and the Birth of Color Photography (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013) and Fuzzy Pictures as Philosophical Problem and Scientific Practice (Springer, 2016).Adam Tamas Tuboly is a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Philosophy, Hungarian Academy of Sciences. He works mainly on the history of philosophy of science, especially on the history and significance of logical empiricism. He edited a special issue on the life and work of Philipp Frank (Studies in East European Thought, 2017), and a volume on Logical Empiricism and the Physical Sciences: From Philosophy of Nature to Philosophy of Physics(with Sebastian Lutz, Routledge, forthcoming). He works now on a monograph about Otto Neurath's years in England and their relevance for the history and sociology of philosophy (Neurath in England: The Planned Reconstruction of Logical Empiricism).