I read an article by John Dupre entitled “The Miracle of Monism” which was about how monism, unity of science, and naturalism are related. In it he cites some reasons that the traditional Popperian falsifiability criterion do not work, which (I think) he attributes to Feyerabend. I was suprised (pleasantly so) to see that a lot of the reasons listed coincided closely with my post on different ways to revise beliefs and Quine’s web of belief. This makes me want to check out Feyerabend.