T. Arabatzis, “Cognitive instrumentalism and the history of science, ” Book Forum on The instrument of science: Scientific anti-realism revitalised by Darrell Rowbottom, Studies in History and Philosophy of Science 98 (2023),


Aristotle Tympas, ‘History of Computing and Telecommunications in Greece: From Human Computers to Electronic Mainframe and Home/Personal Computers’, in Volume in Honor of Emeritus Professor Thomas Sfikopoulos (Τιμητικός Τόμος για τον Ομότιμο Καθηγητή Θωμά Σφηκόπουλο), National and Kapodistrian University of Athens Press, Athens, 423-442 (2022)

S. Kampouridis, A. Simões & T. Arabatzis, “Quantum Chemistry in
Historical Perspective,” in O. Lombardi, J. C. Martínez González, S.
Fortin (eds.), /Philosophical Perspectives in Quantum Chemistry/
(Springer, 2022), pp. 3-28.


Panoutsopoulos, G., Arabatzis, T. CERN’s Balancing Act Between Unity and
Disunity: The “Sister Experiments” UA1 and UA2 and CERN’s First Nobel
Prize. Phys. Perspect. 23, 181–201 (2021).

Arabatzis, T. (2021). Do scientific objects have a life (which may end)?
Science in Context, 34(2), 195-208.


T. Arabatzis, “20th Century Philosophy of Science in Focus,” Review
of J. Losee, /The Golden Age of Philosophy of Science 1945 to 2000/
(London: Bloomsbury, 2019), /International Studies in the Philosophy
of Science/, 33 (2020), 53-57.