Preface. From Copernicus to Ptolemy: Inconsistency and Method; T. Nickles. Inconsistent Reasoning toward Consistent Theories; A.I. Miller. Inconsistencies in the History of Mathematics; J.P. Van Bendegem. Mathematical Change and Inconsistency; O. Bueno. Approximate Truth; B. Brown. Inconsistency in Science: A Partial Perspective; N. da Costa, S. French. Inconsistency and the Empirical Sciences; G. Priest. In Defence of a Programme for Handling Inconsistencies; D. Batens. How to Reason Sensibly yet Naturally from Inconsistencies; J. Meheus. Why the Logic of Explanation is Inconsistency-adaptive; E. Weber, K. De Clercq. A Paradox in Newtonian Gravitation Theory II; J.D. Norton. Inconsistency, Generic Modeling, and Conceptual Change in Science; N.J. Nersessian. Index.