A New Kind of Science by Stephen Wolfram
Science from the point of view of complex systems: from the origins of apparent randomness in physical systems, to the development of complexity in biology.
A Simple Theory of Consciousness
Essay on evolution and consciousness by Piero Scaruffi.
Chronon Critical Points
Scientific applets, articles and book critically examine claims made in popular books
Experiment in Physics
On the uses, value, and epistomelogy of experiment. By Allan Franklin, University of Colorado.
Identity and Individuality in Quantum Theory
Assesses the metaphysical implications of quantum theory by considering the impact of the theory on our understanding of objects as individuals with well defined identity conditions. From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by Steven French.
Interdisciplinary Discussion With Philosophical Implications
Questions at the interface between physics, biology and philosophy.
PhilSci Archive - Subject: Physics
Collection of papers on causality, free will etc
Philosophy and Foundations
A collection of links, from Norman Redington at MIT.
Skeptical overview of proposed links between quantum mechanics and consciousness.
Review of "The Emperor's New Mind", by Roger Penrose
His exploration is so much more serious philosophically than almost anything that has been done since Einstein and Schrodinger
Science and Philosophy
Comprises a high school course that offers source writings for study of the relationship between philosophical and scientific discoveries and personal world-views.
Science, Pseudoscience and Society
Papers by Feynman on paranormal 'sciences', Sokal Affair (use of pseudo-physics in social sciences), critique of Kuhn. Also a collection of links.
Space and Time: Inertial Frames
On the frames of reference relative to which motion and rest are measured; by Robert DiSalle.
The Bactra Reviews
A set of book and article reviews, not limited to physics.
The Mind of God
A review of Paul Davies' exposition of foundational philosophical issues.
Varieties of Explanatory Autonomy
Transcript of a talk by Lawrence Sklar discussing areas of physics not directly explicable by fundamental dynamic principles alone.
Wikipedia - EPR Paradox
Measurement performed on one part of a quantum system can have an instantaneous effect on the result of a measurement performed on another part. Entaglment.