Johannes Persson
TitelCiteras avÅr
Structuring sustainability science
A Jerneck, L Olsson, B Ness, S Anderberg, M Baier, E Clark, T Hickler, ...
Sustainability science 6 (1), 69-82, 2011
Why resilience is unappealing to social science: Theoretical and empirical investigations of the scientific use of resilience
L Olsson, A Jerneck, H Thoren, J Persson, D O’Byrne
Science advances 1 (4), e1400217, 2015
Climate change: Motivation for taking measure to adapt
K Blennow, J Persson
Global Environmental Change 19 (1), 100-104, 2009
Climate change: believing and seeing implies adapting
K Blennow, J Persson, M Tome, M Hanewinkel
PloS one 7 (11), 2012
Understanding risk in forest ecosystem services: implications for effective risk management, communication and planning
K Blennow, J Persson, A Wallin, N Vareman, E Persson
Forestry 87 (2), 219-228, 2014
The idea of contrastive explanandum
P Ylikoski
Rethinking explanation, 27-42, 2007
The philosophy of interdisciplinarity: sustainability science and problem-feeding
H Thorén, J Persson
Journal for General Philosophy of Science 44 (2), 337-355, 2013
Epistemic risk: the significance of knowing what one does not know
NE Sahlin, J Persson
Future risks and risk management, 37-62, 1994
The Routledge handbook of international resilience
D Chandler, J Coaffee
Routledge, 2016
Climate change, values, and the cultural cognition thesis
J Persson, NE Sahlin, A Wallin
Environmental Science & Policy 52, 1-5, 2015
Decision science: from Ramsey to dual process theories
NE Sahlin, A Wallin, J Persson
Synthese 172 (1), 129-143, 2010
Vetenskapsteori för sanningssökare
J Persson, NE Sahlin
Fri tanke förlag, 2013
Misconceptions of positivism and five unnecessary science theoretic mistakes they bring in their train
J Persson
International journal of nursing studies 47 (5), 651-661, 2010
Semmelweis’s methodology from the modern stand-point: intervention studies and causal ontology
J Persson
Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and …, 2009
Causal facts
J Persson
Three conceptions of explaining how possibly—and one reductive account
J Persson
EPSA Philosophy of Science: Amsterdam 2009, 275-286, 2012
Cause, effect, and fake causation
J Persson
Synthese 131 (1), 129-143, 2002
Why separate risk assessors and risk managers? Further external values affecting the risk assessor qua risk assessor
N Vareman, J Persson
Journal of Risk Research 13 (5), 687-700, 2010
Forest owners' response to climate change: university education trumps value profile
K Blennow, J Persson, E Persson, M Hanewinkel
PLoS One 11 (5), 2016
Rethinking explanation
J Persson, P Ylikoski
Springer, 2007
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