Currie has, in this book, pointed us towards a promising way forward.—BRITISH JOURNAL FOR THE PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE—
The book is an intriguing read.
This book is a wonderful example of how to move between the relevant scientific details and the broader conceptual issues that characterize a particular set of scientific practices.
—Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
On the whole, Rock, Bone, and Ruin is a must-read for those interested in the historical sciences.
—History & Philosophy of the Life Sciences