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Coping with Science, by Gernot Böhme

Article available through Philosophy Documentation Center, here. Gernot Böhme, “Coping with Science,” in “Topics in the History and Philosophy of Science,” special issue, Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 12:1–2 (1987), pp. 1–47.

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Three Cartesian Epistemologies, by Emily Grosholz

Article available through Philosophy Documentation Center, here. Emily Grosholz, “Three Cartesian Epistemologies,” in “Topics in the History and Philosophy of Science,” special issue, Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 12:1–2 (1987), pp. 49–80.

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Newton’s Critique of Cartesian Method, by Charles Larmore

Article available through Philosophy Documentation Center, here. Charles Larmore, “Newton’s Critique of Cartesian Method,” in “Topics in the History and Philosophy of Science,” special issue, Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 12:1–2 (1987), pp. 81–109.

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The Geometrical Treatment of Central Forces in Newton’s Principia, by François De Gandt

Article available through Philosophy Documentation Center, here. François De Gandt, “The Geometrical Treatment of Central Forces in Newton’s Principia,” trans. Michael Horenstein and Pierre Adler, in “Topics in the History and Philosophy of Science,” special issue, Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 12:1–2 (1987), pp. 111–51.

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Hegel and the Formalization of Logic, by David Lachterman

Article available through Philosophy Documentation Center, here. David Lachterman, “Hegel and the Formalization of Logic,” in “Topics in the History and Philosophy of Science,” special issue, Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 12:1–2 (1987), pp. 153–235.

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An End to Progress?, by Gernot Böhme

Article available through Philosophy Documentation Center, here. Gernot Böhme, “An End to Progress?,” in “Topics in the History and Philosophy of Science,” special issue, Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 12:1–2 (1987), pp. 237–50.

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Delineating the Ideologies of Science, by Jacques Ellul

Article available through Philosophy Documentation Center, here.  Jacques Ellul, “Delineating the Ideologies of Science,” trans. Simon J. Critchley, in “Topics in the History and Philosophy of Science,” special issue, Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 12:1–2 (1987), pp. 251–267.

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Philosophical Dissertation on the Orbits of the Planets (1801), Preceded by the 12 Theses Defended on August 27, 1801, by G.W.F. Hegel

Article available through Philosophy Documentation Center, here. G.W.F. Hegel, “Philosophical Dissertation on the Orbits of the Planets (1801), Preceded by the 12 Theses Defended on August 27, 1801,” trans. Pierre Adler, in “Topics in the History and Philosophy of Science,” special issue, Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 12:1–2 (1987), pp. 269–309.

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Behind the Mirror, by Gérard Simon

Article available through Philosophy Documentation Center, here. Gérard Simon, “Behind the Mirror,” trans. Pierre Adler and Zeki H. Bilgin, in “Topics in the History and Philosophy of Science,” special issue, Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 12:1–2 (1987), pp. 311–50.

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Marx and the Innocence of Science, by André Tosel

Article available through Philosophy Documentation Center, here. André Tosel,“Marx and the Innocence of Science,” trans. Christine Gros, in “Topics in the History and Philosophy of Science,” special issue, Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 12:1–2 (1987), pp. 351–90.

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