A Metaphysics for Scientific Realism: Knowing the Unobservable Cambridge University Press 2007 (paperback 2010).
Interview with New Books in Science, Technology, and Society
James Robert Brown 2008: History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences 30: 122-123. [PDF]
Jacob Busch 2009: The Philosophical Quarterly 59: 368-371. [PDF]
Sungho Choi (forthcoming): British Journal for the Philosophy of Science.
Toby Handfield 2009: Mind 118: 1118-1121. [PDF]
James Ladyman 2009: Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews. [LINK]
Matteo Morganti 2009: Philosophy in Review 29: 86-88. [PDF]
Thomas M. Osborne, Jr. 2008: Review of Metaphysics 62: 391-393. [PDF]
Dimitris Papayannakos & Stathis Psillos 2009: Isis 100: 204-205. [PDF]
Dean Rickles 2009: Metascience 18: 261-264. [PDF]
J. Michael Steiner 2010: University of Toronto Quarterly 79: 409-410. [PDF]
Ioannis Votsis 2009: Analysis 69: 378-380.
CPA Book Prize 2009:
"Chakravartty's A Metaphysics for Scientific Realism: Knowing the Unobservable is an outstanding study in the philosophy of science that makes very important contributions to metaphysics and epistemology. The book skilfully develops an original and rich version of scientific realism, which is the view that the best scientific theories correctly describe both observable and unobservable parts of the world. The author provides strong arguments for substantial positions concerning the nature of properties, structures, causality, natural kinds, and approximate truth. The writing is clear and compelling, and the result is a strong contribution to the understanding of scientific knowledge."