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My apologies to everyone waiting for Book #4 of the Servant of the Crown mystery series. Between my farm work and my decision to leave the Farm on Oak Creek, my writing slowed. The Final Toll is still coming steadily along and I'll be very interested to see whodunit!

What can I say? I’m single and over sixty, I write and I farm on eight acres of slowly improving red earth (it originally looked like Mars had exploded!) on Oak Creek in northern Arizona. I started with chickens, then there were turkeys and Jersey milk cows. But with livestock came the predators: coyotes, bald eagles, black hawks, mountain lions, and, worst of all, raccoons. Dang those nasty creatures! They kill just because they can; think dogs with opposable thumbs. (Five chickens in one night–they reached in through the chain link and killed the birds with no expectation of being able to eat them.) They are the reason I have my two amazing dogs, Moosie (an Akita/Sharpei mix) and Bear (a Hungarian Kuvasz). Moosie just loves to take on (and kill) the raccoons. As for the cats, I have seven and they’re supposed to eat the gophers but, being cats, they prefer cat food, thank you very much.

I’ve since given up cows (not forever, I hope) in favor of pigs and Dorper Sheep, a South African breed that doesn’t need to be sheared and gains all their weight on grass alone, after an acquaintance informed me that they are “stupid simple” to raise. Stupid simple I can do! Hard to believe but I'm now a pig fanatic. Dogs with snouts, these massive but sweet girls do my rototilling. I continue to raise turkeys, but my precious Tom is beginning to show his age.

What's coming up for me in the future? I've just finished my first full-length novel in the "Children of Graistan" series, "Awaken the Sleeping Heart." It's the story of Cecilia, the daughter of Geoffrey of Coudray. Now that this is done, I'll be working on my next mystery in the "Servant of the Crown" series, "The Final Toll," and keeping an eye on the farm while I do.

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1. HISTORY OF SCIENCE, GENERAL WORKS (works covering two or more of the subjects under C and D below; also national histories of science) 1 Bianca, Mariano (ed.) La scienza a Firenze: Itinerari scientifici a Firenze e Provincia. Prefazione di Beatrice Magnolfi. (Saggi e documenti, 84.) 136 pp., illus. Firenze: Provincia di Firenze, Alinea Editrice, 1989. Contents: ELENA DILAGHI PESTELLINI: II cielo stellato. CURZIO CIPRIANI: II pianeta terra. ANNA LEVA: I1 mondo vegetale. ANNAMARIA NISTRI, STEFANO VANNI: L'evoluzione della vita. PAOLO CHIOZZI,


2 Bienvenu, Richard T.; Feingold, Mordechai (eds.) In the presence of the past: Essays in honor of Frank Manuel. (International archives of the history of ideas, 118.) vii + 290 pp., notes, index. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic, 1991. Papers on the history of science are entered separately in the present bibliography.

3 Buchanan, Rex. Books and the popularization of science. Publ. Res. Quart., 1991, 7(1): 5-10. A discussion of best-selling science books.

4 Decourt, Philippe. Les v6rites ind6sirables. Volume 1, premiere partie: Faut-il r6habiliter Galilee?; deuxieme partie: Comment on falsifie l'histoire: Le cas Pasteur. (Archives internationales Claude Bernard.) 316 pp., illus., notes. Paris: La Vieille Taupe, 1989. 5 Dijksterhuis, E.J. Clio's stiefkind: Samengesteld en van een inleiding en commentaar voorzien door K. van Berkel. 321 pp., notes, bibl., index. Amsterdam: Bakker, 1990. Contains a bibliography of Dijksterhuis's work.

6 Ferreira, Moacyr Costa. O estudo das ciencias no Brasil: Resumo hist6rico do desenvolvimento cientifico no Brasil e sua ligagao com a tecnologia e a arte. 372 pp., illus., notes, index. Sio Paulo: EDICON, 1989. 7 Frangsmyr, Tore. Gubben som griver: Manniskor och miljoer i vetenskapens varld. 245 pp. Stockholm: Fischer & Rye, 1989.

8 Frangsmyr, Tore (ed.) Solomon's House revisited: The organization and institutionalization of science. (Nobel Symposium, 75.) xiii + 350 pp., notes, index. Canton, Mass: Science History, 1990. Papers in this volume are entered separately in the present bibliography.

9 Friedman, Robert Marc. The Nobel Prizes and the invigoration of Swedish science: Some considertions. Pp. 193-207 in Tore Frangsmyr (ed.) Solomon's House revisited: The organization and institutionalization of science. Canton, Mass.: Science History, 1990. 10 Garber, Elizabeth. Beyond history of science: Essays in honor of Robert E. Schofield. 325 pp., illus., notes, index. Bethlehem, Pa.: Lehigh Univ. Press; London: Associated University Press, 1990. Contains a bibliography of Schofield's writings. Papers are entered separately in the present bibliography.

11 Herzenberg, Caroline L.; Meschel, Susan V.; Altena, James A. Women scientists and physicians of antiquity and the Middle Ages. J. Chem. Educ., 1991, 68: 101-105. 12 Home, R.W. (ed.) Australian science in the making. xxvii + 413 pp., illus., notes, index. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1988. Contents: L.R. HIATT, RHYS JONES: Aboriginal conceptions of the workings of nature. MIRANDA J. HUGHES: Philosophical travellers at the ends of the earth: Baudin, Peron and the Tasmanians. SYBIL JACK: Cultural transmissions: Science and society to 1850. ROBERT A. STAFFORD: The long arm of London: Sir Roderick Murchison and imperial science in Australia. IAN INKSTER, JAN TODD: Support for the scientific enterprise, 1850-1900. A.M. LUCAS: Baron von Mueller: Prot6eg turned patron. BARRY W. BUTCHER: Gorilla warfare in Melbourne: Halford, Huxley and "man's place in nature". GEORGE BINDON, DAVID PHILIP MILLER: "Sweetness and light": Industrial research in the Colonia Sugar Refining Company, 1855-1900. H. HAMERSLEY: Cancer, physics and society: Interactions between the wars. R.W. HOME: Science on service, 1939-1945. R.L. BURT, W.T. WILLIAMS: Plant introduction in Australia. F.C. COURTICE: Research in the medical sciences: The road to national independence. WOODRUFF T. SULLIVAN, m: Early years of Australian radio astronomy. S.C.B. GASCOIGNE: Australian astronomy since the Second World War. RON JOHNSTON, JEAN BUCKLEY: The shaping of contemporary scientific institutions.

13 Home, R.W.; Kohlstedt, Sally Gregory (eds.) International science and national scientific identity: Australia between Britain and America. (Australasian studies in the history and philosophy of science, 9.) ix + 318 pp., illus., notes, bibl. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic, 1991. Contents: DAVID WADE CHAMBERS: Does distance tyrannize science? DAVID KNIGHT: Tyrannies of distance

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in British science. ELIZABETH DALTON NEWLAND: Dr. George Bennett and Sir Richard Owen: A case study of the colonization of early Australian science. ROBERT A. STAFFORD: A far frontier: British geological research in Australia during the 19th century. MICHAEL A. OSBORNE: A collaborative dimension of the European empires: Australian and French acclimatization societies and intercolonial scientific co-operation. SALLY GREGORY KOHLSTEDT: International exchange in the natural history enterprise: Museums in Australia and the United States. R.W. HOME: A world-wide scientific network and patronage system: Australian and other "colonial" fellows of the Royal Society of London. C. STEWART GILLMOR: Ionospheric and radio physics in Australian science since the early days. H.E. LE GRAND: Theories of the earth as seen from below. JAN SAPP: Geographic isolation and the origin of species: The migrations of Michael White. STEPHEN J. PYNE: Antipodal fire: Bushfire research in Australia and America.

14 Kumar, Deepak (ed.) Science and empire: Essays in Indian context (1700-1947). xvi + 205 pp., notes, index. Delhi: Anamika Prakashan, 1991. Contents: A. RAHMAN: Problems and perspectives. DEEPAK KUMAR: Colonial science: A look at the Indian experience. MICHAEL WORBOYS: Science and the colonial empire, 1895-1940. SATPAL SANGWAN: Why did the Scientific Revolution not take place in India? VIJAYA RAMASWAMY: South Indian textiles: A case for proto-industrialization? GAUTAM BHADRA: Silk filature and silk production: Technological development in the early colonial context, 1768-1833. ARUN BANDYOPADHYAY: The technology of irrigation in a colonial agrarian context: The Tamil experience in the early 19th century. V.R. MURALEEDHARAN: Malady in Madras: The colonial government's response to malaria in the early 20th century. KAPIL RAJ: Knowledge, power and moder science: The Brahmins strike back. APARNA BASU: The Indian response to scientific and technical education in the colonial era, 1820-1920. S. IRFAN HABIB: Promoting science and its world-view in the mid-19th century India. CHITTABRATA PALIT: Mahendra Lal Sircar, 1833-1904: The quest for national science. JAGDISH N. SINHA: Science and the Indian National Congress. A. VASANTHA, D.K. BANERJEE: The Indian Science Congress Association: Organisation and development of its chemistry section, 1914-1947.

15 Levy, B. Barry. Planets, potions, and parchments: Scientifica Hebraica from the Dead Sea scrolls to the 18th century. xii + 139 pp., illus., notes, index. Montreal: McGill-Queen's Univ. Press for the Jewish Public Library, 1990. Catalog of an exhibition.

16 Lloyd, G.E.R. Demystifying mentalities. (Themes in the social sciences.) viii + 174 pp., notes, bibl., index. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1990. Contents: Mentalities, metaphors and the foundations of science. Magic and science, ancient and modem. The conception and practice of proof. Supplementary note: Geomentry and "proof' in Vedic ritual. A test case: China and Greece, comparisons and contrasts.

17 MacLachlan,James. Childrenof

Prometheus: A history of science and technology. xxvi + 320 pp., illus. Toronto: Wall & Thompson, 1989. Textbook.

18 Meadows, A.J. The evolution of graphics in science articles. Publ. Res. Quart., 1991, 7(1): 23-32.

19 Molland, A. George. Coping with uncertainty in natural science: 1200-1700. Pp. 3-18 in George M. von Furstenburg (ed.) Acting under uncertainty: Multidisciplinary conceptions. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic, 1990. "By the time of Newton, scientific knowledge that was regarded as at least nearly certain was being confidently produced. This paper discusses some of the major stages in the acquisition of this confidence."

20 Needham, Joseph. A selection from the writings of Joseph Needham. Chosen, arranged and introduced by Mansel Davies. 487 pp., notes, index. Sussex: Book Guild, 1990. 21 New trends in the history of science. Proceedings of a conference held at the University of Utrecht. Edited by R.P.W. Visser, H.J.M. Bos, L.C. Palm, and H.A.M. Snelders. (Nieuwe Nederlandse bijdragen tot de geschiedenis der geneeskunde en der natuurwetenschappen, 30.) 293 pp., notes, index. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1989. Papers are entered separately in the present bibliography.

22 Nicolacopoulos, Pantelis (ed.) Greek studies in the philosophy and history of science. (Boston studies in the philosophy of science, 121.) xvii + 433 pp., notes, index. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic, 1990. Appropriate papers are entered separately in the present bibliography.

23 Olson, Richard. Science deified and science defied: The historical significance of science in western culture. Volume 2: From the early moder age through the early romantic era, ca. 1640 to ca. 1820. xi + 445 pp., notes, bibl., index. Berkeley: Univ. of California Press, 1990.

24 Ord6iez, Javier; Elena, Alberto (eds.) La ciencia y su publico: Perspectivas hist6ricas. (Estudios sobre la ciencia, 12.) xv + 443 pp., illus., notes. Madrid: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas, 1990. Contents: ELIZABETH L. EISENSTEIN: La invenci6n de la imprenta y la difusi6n del conocimiento cientifico. JAMES R. JACOB: "Por encanto 6rfico": La ciencia y las dos culturas en la Inglaterra del siglo XVII. LONDA SCHIEBINGER: Cuando la ciencia era mujer. ROBIN E. RIDER: El experimento como espectaculo. G.S. ROUSSEAU: Los libros cientificos y sus lectores en el siglo XVm. HORACIO CAPEL: El pdblico y la circulaci6n de obras de geograffa en la Espafia del siglo XVnI. DAVID KNIGHT: La popularizaci6n de la ciencia en la Inglaterra del siglo XIX. JOSi SALA CATALA: El parafso urbanizado: Ciencia y ciudad en el Brasil holand6s. ALBERTO ELENA: El Imperio Otomano y la expansi6n cientifica Europea, 1699-1908. MARTA FEHER: Acerca del papel asignado al p6ulico per los fil6sofos de la ciencia.

25 Reingold, Nathan. Science, American style. viii + 529 pp., notes, index. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers Univ. Press, 1991. A collection of his essays, with new introduction and prefaces.

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3. Historiography 26 Sciences et techniques dans la France de l'Est. Actes du 113e Congres National des Soci6tes Savantes (Strasbourg, 5-9 avril 1988). Section Histoire des Sciences et des Techniques. 129 pp., illus., notes. Paris: Comite des Travaux Historiques et Scientifiques, 1991. Most papers are entered separately in the present bibliography.

27 Stepin, V.S. Vzaimootnoshenie filosofii i estestvoznaniia v istorii Sovetskoi nauki. Razmyshleniia nad knigo Lorena Grekhema. (Relations of science and philosophy in the history of Soviet science. Reflections on the book by Loren Graham). Vop. Ist. Est. Tekh., 1990(2): 3-17. 28 Tolstoy, Ivan. The knowledge and the power: Reflections on the history of science. xii + 240 pp., notes, index. Edinburgh: Cannongate, 1990. 29 Vernet, Juan. De 'Abd al-Rahman I a Isabel II: Recopilaci6n de estudios dispersos sobre historia de la ciencia y de la cultura espafiola . .. 545 pp., notes. Barcelona: Istituto "Millas Vallicrosa" de Historia de la Ciencia Arabe, Universidad de Barcelona, 1989.

2. SOURCES OF INFORMATION: Bibliographies, Documentation, Libraries (specific bibliographies, restricted in subject or in time, should be consulted under B, C, and D) 30 Bibliografia espafiola de historia de la ciencia y de la tecnologia: 1-1988; II1989. Compilada por Alberto Elena y Ana Martinez-Albertos. (Cuadernos de Apoyo, Serie B, Volumen 1, 6.) 61 pp., 39 pp., index. Madrid: Ediciones de la Universidad Autofioma, 1989. A new annual bibliography. An addenda (34 pp.) to vol. 1 has also appeared.

31 Eidelman, Jacqueline; Welfel6, Odile. Les Archives du Palais de la D6couverte. (Cahiers d'histoire et de philosophie des sciences, 31.) 107 pp., illus. Paris: Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Palais de la D6couverte, 1990. 32 Fuentes para la historia de la ciencia y la t6cnica en la Biblioteca del Palacio de Santa Cruz. Mariano Esteban Piiieiro [et al.] (Estudios de historia de la ciencia y de la tecnica, 4.) 2 vols.; 725 pp., index. Valladolid: Junta de Castilla y Le6n, Consejeria de Cultura y Bienestar Social, 1990. 33 Gillispie, Charles C. Scholarship epitomized. Isis, 1991, 82: 94-98. Essay review of R.C. Olby, G.N. Cantor, R. Christie,

M.J.S. Hodge (eds.), Companionto the history of modern science (1990).


34 Museo di Storia della Scienza, Firenze. Museo di Storia della Scienza: Catalogo. A cura di Mara Miniati. xvi + 384 pp., illus., notes. Firenze: Giunti, 1991. 35 Plug, Cornelis. Publications on the history of South African science: Annotated bibliography to the end of 1987. xii + 187 pp., index. Pretoria: Univ. of South Africa, 1990.

36 Smithsonian Institution. Guide to photographics collections at the Smithsonian Institution: National Museum of Natural History, National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute. Volume II. [By] Diane Vogt O'Connor. x + 245 pp., index. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1991.

3. HISTORIOGRAPHYAND HISTORICAL METHOD (for historiography of particular sciences see under those sciences) 37 Daston, Lorraine. History of science in an elegiac mode: E.A. Burtt's Metaphysical foundations of modern physical science revisited. Isis, 1991, 82: 522-531. 38 Forman, Paul. Independence, not transcendence, for the historian of science. Isis, 1991, 82: 71-86. 39 Gindilis, N.L. Pionery prosopografii v naukovedenii. (Pioneers of prosopography in the history of science). Vop. Ist. Est. Tekh., 1991(1): 27-38. 40 Glaus, Beat. Naturwissenschafts- und Technikgeschichte an der ETH Zurich. Gesnerus, 1990, 47: 197-204. 41 Gohau, Gabriel. L'histoire des sciences: Discipline pole6mique. Raison Prdsente, 1991, 97: 121-133. 42 Golinski, Jan. The theory of practice and the practice of theory: Sociological approaches in the history of science. Isis, 1990, 81: 492505. Looking at the continuing fertility of the relationship between history of science and sociology since Steven Shapin's paper in 1982 ("History of science and its sociological reconstructions"), "it seems timely to review some of the conceptual resources that the sociologists have provided and the success with which they have been applied to historical studies."

43 Hakfoort, C. The missing syntheses in the historiography of science. Hist. Sci., 1991, 29: 207-216. "Why are there almost no general syntheses at this moment? Should historians of science really be striving to write general syntheses? If so, what may these syntheses be like?"

44 Hormig6n, Mariano. History of science and technology today in Spain. Ann. Sci., 1991, 48: 187-190.

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45 Jarausch, Konrad H.; Hardy, Kenneth A. Quantitative methods for historians: A guide to research, data, and statistics. xv + 247 pp., bibl., index. Chapel Hill: Univ. of North Carolina Press, 1991.

46 Lindborg, Rolf. Positivism eller humanism? Rupert Halls kritik av Herbert Butterfields id6er om en "Whig-tolkning" av historien. Lychnos, 1990: 275-291. 47 Morabito, Carmela. Scuola Superiore di Storia della Scienza della Domus Galilaeana. Physis, 1991, 28: 215-224.

48 Pang, Alex Soojung-Kim. Oral history

and the history of science: A review essay with speculations. Int. J. Oral Hist., 1989, 10: 270-285.

49 Redondi, Pietro; Pillai, P.V. (eds.) The

history of sciences: The French debate. vii + 268 pp., notes, bibl., index. London: Sangam Books, 1989.

Previously published articles. Contents: CONDORCET: Outline of a history of ideas. AUGUSTE COMTE: A positive method in the history of science. PIERRE DUHEM: The Parisian precursors of Galileo. PIERRE DUHEM: Physical theory and natural classification. PAUL TANNERY: Galileo and the principles of dynamics. ALEXANDRE KOYRE: Galileo and the Scientific Revolution of the 17th century. ALEXANDRE KOYRE: Galileo and Plato. ALEXANDRE KOYRE: From the world of approcimation to the universe of precision. ALEXANDRE KOYRi: Perspectives on the history of sciences. GASTON BACHELARD: The actuality of the history of sciences. GEORGES CANGUILHEM: The role of epistemology in contemporary scientific discourse. MICHEL FOUCAULT: Science and knowledge. PAUL TANNERY: General history of sciences. PIERRE LAFFITTE: The general history of sciences. ALEXANDRE KOYRE: Pedagogical and research orientations.

50 Reingold, Nathan (ed.) Symposium on documents, interpretations, and the history of the sciences. Proc. Amer. Phil. Soc., 1990, 134: 338-441. Contents: NATHAN REINGOLD: Tales from the archives. FREDERIC L. HOLMES: Laboratory notebooks: Can the daily record illuminate the broader picture? KENNETH M. LUDMERER: Methodological issues in the history of medicine: Achievements and challenges. DAVID A. HOUNSHELL: Interpreting the history of industrial research and development: The case of E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co. ELISABETH CRAWFORD: The secrecy of Nobel Prize selections in the sciences and its effect on documentation and research. ROBERT W. SEIDEL: Clio and the complex: Recent historiography of science and national security.

51 Reviews of journals. Isis, 1991, 82: 285325. Reviews of several history-of-science journals. Contents: JAMES E. McCLELLAN Ill: Archives Internationales d'Histoire des Sciences. CAROLINE HANNAWAY: Clio Medica. GREGG MITMAN: History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences. JOHN STENHOUSE: Historical Records of Australian Science; Metascience. YUNG SIK KIM: Han'guk Kwahaksa Hakhoe-ji: Journal of the Korean History of Science Society; Historia Scientiarum: International Journal of the History of Science Society of Japan; Kagakusi Kenkyu: Journal of History of Science of Japan; Ziran Kexueshi Yanjiu. JOHN J. PAUL: Indian Journal of History of Science; Indian Journal of History of Medicine; Bulletin of the Institute of History of Medicine. GAD FREUDENTHAL: Koroth: Bulletin devoted to the

History of Medicine and Science. EMILIE SAVAGESMITH: Arabic Sciences and Philosophy: A Historical Journal for the History of Arabic Science; Zeitschrift fur Geschichte der Arabisch-lslamischen Wissenschaften. PAUL R. JOSEPHSON: Voprosy Istorii Estestvoznaniia i Techniki. ERNA HILFSTEIN: Kwartalnik Historii Nauki i Techniki; Organon. KATHLEEN AHONEN: Hippokrates: Annales Societatis Historiae Medicinae Fennicae; Science Studies: A Scandinavian Journal published by the Finnish Society for Science Studies. ROBERT MARC FRIEDMAN: Lychnos: Lirdomshistoriska Samfundets Aarsbok. VICTOR THOREN: Centarus. HAROLD J. COOK: Janus; Jijdschrift voor de Geschiedenis der Geneeskunde, Natuurwetenschappen, Wiskunde en Techniek; Tractrix: Yearbook for the History of Science, Medicine, Technology, and Mathematics. DAVID CAHAN: Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte; NTM: Schriftenreihe fir Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften, Technik, und Medizin. PAUL WEINDLING: Medizinhistorisches Journal; Sudhoffs Archiv. OTTO MAYR: Technikgeschichte. ANTOINETTE EMCHDERIAZ: Gesnerus. MAURICE A. FINOCCHIARO: Bolletino di Storia delle Scienze Matematiche; Nuncius: Annali di Storia della Science; Physis: Rivista Internazionale di Storia della Science; Rivista de Storia delle Scienza. MARY JO NYE: Revue de Synthese; Revue d'Histoire des Sciences; Sciences et Techniques en Perspective. MICHAEL R. McVAUGH: Asclepio: Revista de Historia de la Medicina y de la Ciencia; Dynamis: Acta Hispanica ad Medicinae Scientiarumque Historiam Illustrandam. TH-OMAS F. GLICK: Hull: Revista de la Sociedad Espahola de Historia de las Ciencias y de las Thcnicas; Sylva Clius: Revista de Historia de la Ciencia. CARLOS S. ALVARADO: Revista de Historia de la Psicologfa; Archivo Latinoamericana de Historia de la Psicologfa y Ciencias Afines. DAVID WADE CHAMBERS: Quipu. Revista Latinoamericana de Historia de las Ciencias y la Tecnologta. SUSAN SHEETS-PYENSON: Scientia Canadensis.

52 Robinet, Andr6. Applicationsde

l'informatique a l'6tude des textes. Boll. Stor. Fil., 1986/89, 9: 137-153.

53 Williams, L. Pearce. The life of science and scientific lives. Physis, 1991, 28: 199213. "This paper contends that in order to deal with issues such as the nature of scientific culture, and the origins and diffusion of scientific innovation, biography is an essential tool."

4. BIOGRAPHICALCOLLECTIONS 54 Charle, Christophe; Telkes, Eva. Les

professeurs de la Facult6 des Sciences de Paris: Dictionnaire biographique (1901-1939). (Histoire biographique de l'enseignement.) 271 pp., bibl. Paris: Institut National de Recherche P6dagogique, Editions du CNRS, 1989.

55 Elliott, Clark A. Collective lives of American scientists: An introductory essay and a bibliography. Pp. 81-104 in Elizabeth Garber (ed.) Beyond history of science: Essays in honor of Robert E. Schofield. Bethlehem, Pa.: Lehigh Univ. Press, 1990.

56 Mollan, Charles; Davis, William; Finucane, Brendan (eds.) More people and places in Irish science and technology. 107 pp., illus. Dublin: Royal Irish Academy, 1990. Brief biographies.

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10. PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE AND METHODS OF SCIENCE (for philosophy of particular sciences see under those sciences) 57 Barrow, John D. Theories of everything: The quest for ultimate explanation. xi + 223 pp., illus., notes, bibl., index. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1991. 58 Bigelow, John; Pargetter, Robert. Science and necessity. (Cambridge studies in philosophy.) x + 410 pp., notes, bibl., index. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1990. 59 Brittan, Gordon G., Jr. (ed.) Causality, method, and modality: Essays in honor of Jules Vuillemin. With a complete bibliography of Jules Vuillemin. (University of Western Ontario series in philosophy of science, 48.) viii + 238 pp., notes, bibl. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic, 1991. Contents: JULES VUILLEMIN: Ma vie en bref. PATRICK SUPPES: Indeterminism or instability, does it matter? ERHARD SCHEIBE: Covariance and the nonpreference of coordinate systems. PIERRE LABERGE: Kant's "Platonic" argument in behalf of the a priori character of the representation of space. FRANCOIS DUCHESNEAU: The sense of the a priori method in Leibniz's dynamics. GILLES GASTON GRANGER: Methode axiomatique et idee de systeme dans l'oeuvre de Jules Vuillemin. GORDON G. BRITTAN, JR.: Albegra, constructibility, and the indeterminate. KAREL LAMBERT: On whether an answer to a why-question is an explanation if and only if it yields scientific understanding. RUTH BARCAN MARCUS: Some revisionary proposals about belief and believing. BRIAN SKYRMS: Quantification, modality, and semantic ascent. DAVID WIGGINS: Temporal necessity, time and ability: A philosophical commentary on Diodorus Cronus' master argument as given in the interpretation of Jules Vuillemin. JULES VUILLEMIN: Replies.

60 Brown, James Robert. The laboratory of the mind: Thought experiments in the natural sciences. (Philosophical issues in science series.) xi + 175 pp., illus., notes, bibl., index. London: Routledge, 1991. 61 Capek, Mili. The new aspects of time: Its continuity and novelties. Selected papers in the philosophy of science. (Boston studies in the philosophy of science, 125.) xx + 348 pp., notes, bibl. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic, 1991. 62 Couvalis, George. Feyerabend's critique of foundationalism. x + 158 pp., bibl. Aldershot, Eng.: Avebury, 1989.

63 Dahlstrom, Daniel O. (ed.) Nature and scientific method. (Studies in philosophy and the history of philosophy, 22.) xii + 328 pp., notes, index. Washington, D.C.: Catholic Univ. of America Press, 1991. This volume is dedicated to William A. Wallace and contains a bibliography of his work (pp. 309-18). Historical papers are entered separately in the present bibliography.

64 Dilworth, Craig. Empiricism vs. realism: High points in the debate during the past 150 years. Stud. Hist. Phil. Sci., 1990, 21: 431462. 65 Donoghue, Michael J. Sociology, selection, and success: A critique of David Hull's analysis of science and systematics. Biol. Phil., 1990, 5: 459-472. A critique of Science as a process (1988).

66 Eribon, Didier. Michel Foucault. Translated by Betsy Wing. xiii + 374 pp., illus., notes, index. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Univ. Press, 1991. 67 Feyerabend, Paul. Three dialogues on knowledge. 167 pp. Oxford: Blackwell, 1991. 68 Fuller, Steve. Is history and philosophy of science withering on the vine? Phil. Soc. Sci., 1991, 21: 149-174. Followed by responses: WARREN SCHMAUS: Whither social epistemology? RYAN D. TWENEY: On bureaucracy and science. THEODORE M. PORTER: The uses of humanistic history. ARIE W. KRUGLANSKI: Social science-based understandings of science. Fuller responds (pp. 232-244) "Social epistemology and the brave new world of science and technology studies".

69 Gardin, Jean-Claude. Le calcul et la raison: Essai sur la formalisation du discours savant. (Recherches d'histoire et de sciences sociales, 46.) 296 pp., illus., notes, index. Paris: Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, 1991. 70 Gooding, David. Experiment and the making of meaning: Human agency in scientific observation and experiment. (Science and philosophy, 5.) xviii + 310 pp., illus., notes, bibl., index. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic, 1990. 71 Heelan, Patrick A. Hermeneutical philosophy and the history of science. Pp. 23-26 in Daniel O. Dahlstrom (ed.) Nature and scientific method. Washington, D.C.: Catholic Univ. of America Press, 1991.

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72 Hoyningen-Huene, Paul. Kuhn's conception of incommensurability. Stud. Hist. Phil. Sci., 1990, 21: 481-492. 73 Hoyningen-Huene, Paul. Der Zusammenhang von Wissenschaftsphilosophie, Wissenschaftsgeschichte und Wissenschaftssoziologie in der Theorie Thomas Kuhns. Z. Allg. Wissenschaftstheor., 1991, 22: 43-59. 74 Huisman, Bruno; Ribes, Francois. Les philosophes et la nature. 404 pp., notes. Paris: Bordas, 1990. Source book from Aristotle to the present.

75 Jacobsen, Kurt; Gilman, Roger. Adventures of a Marxist outlaw: Feyerabend and the dialectical character of his philosophy of science. Natur. Soc. Thought, 1991, 4: 5-30. 76 Jardine, Nicholas. The scenes of inquiry: On the reality of questions in the sciences. x + 245 pp., notes, index. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1991. 77 Krzysztof, Pomian. Le determinisme: Histoire d'une problematique. Pp. 11-58 in La querelle du determinisme: Philosophie de la science d'aujourd'hui. Paris: Gallimard, 1990. 78 Kyburg, Henry E., Jr. Science and reason. x + 283 pp., notes, index. New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 1990. 79 Laudan, Larry. Science and relativism: Some key controversies in the philosophy of science. (Science and its conceptual foundations.) xiii + 180 pp., notes, index. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 1990. 80 Mainzer, Klaus. Symmetrien der Natur: Ein Handbuch zur Natur- und Wissenschaftsphilosophie. xi + 739 pp., illus., notes. Berlin: de Gruyter, 1988. 81 McAllister, James W. The simplicity of theories: Its degree and form. Z. Allg. Wissenschaftstheor., 1991, 22: 1-14. Argues, partly on historical grounds, that scientists employ two separate simplicity-criteria in judging theories: one is empirical in nature, the other probably aesthetic.

82 McMullin, Ernan (ed.) Construction and constraint: The shaping of scientific rationality. xii + 250 pp., notes, index. Notre Dame, Indiana: Univ. of Notre Dame Press, 1988. Contents: ERNAN McMULLIN: The shaping of scientific rationality: Construction and contraint. RICHARD RORTY: Is natural science a natural kind? THOMAS McCARTHY: Scientific rationality and the "strong program" in the sociology of knowledge. MARY HESSE: Socializing epistemology. RICHARD FOLEY: Some different conceptions of rationality. GARY GUTTING: Michel Foucault and the history of reason. RICHARD BERNSTEIN; The rage against reason.

83 Oldroyd, David. David Hull's evolutionary model for the progress and process of science. Biol. Phil., 1990, 5: 473-487. A critique of Science as a process (1988).

84 Philosophie der Naturwissenschaften. Akten des 13. Internationalen Wittgenstein Symposiums, 14. bis 21. August 1988, Kirchberg am Wechsel (Osterreich). Ausgewihlte Beitrage hrsg. von Paul Weingartner und Gerhard Schurz. 417 pp., notes. Wien: HolderPichler-Tempsky, 1989. The section "Science, logic, and language in the philosophy of Wittgenstein" includes the following papers: EIRKE VON SAVIGNY: "We must do away with all explanation, and description alone must take its place": Wittgenstein an enemy of science? DAVID PEARS: The structure of the private language argument. THOMAS O. BREUER: Wittgenstein for algebraists: Realism and objects in modem physics. MATTHIAS VARGA VON KIBED: Wittgenstein and Spencer Brown. FU-TSENG LIU: The need for a possible world in the Tractatus philosophy. A. SIITONEN: On the operational interpretation of logic and mathematics in the Tractatus. Other historical papers are entered separately in the present bibliography.

85 Rossi, Paolo. I1 paradigma della riemergenza del passato. Riv. Fil., 1989, 80: 371392. 86 Rouse, Joseph. Philosophy of science and the persistent narratives of modernity. Stud. Hist. Phil. Sci., 1991, 22: 141-162. 87 Sorell, Tom. Scientism: Philosophy and the infatuation with science. (International library of philosophy.) xi + 206 pp., notes, bibl., index. London: Routledge, 1991. 88 Trefil, James S. Reading the mind of God: In search of the principle of universality. Illustrations by Judith Peatross. 232 pp., illus. New York: Scribner's, 1989. 89 TIgnoli Pattaro, Sandra. Sviluppi critici del pensiero scientifico moderno nella ricostruzione metodologica di Ernest Nagel. (Collana di studi epistemologici, 7.) 497 pp., notes, bibl., index. Bologna: CLUEB, 1991. 90 Versuche und Widerlegungen: Offene Probleme im Werk Karl Poppers. Hrsg. von Karl Muller, Friedrich Stadler, Friedrich Wallner. 409 pp., notes, index. Wien: GeyerEdition, 1986. Contents: FRIEDRICH STADLER: Denkmuster und Lebenslinien: Karl R. Poppers intellektuelle Autobiografie. FRIEDRICH STADLER: Karl Popper und der Wiener Kreis: Kritische Anmerkungen zur "PopperLegende". KARL MULLER: Zur Einstimmung: Popper im Induktions-Land. FRANZ WUKETITS: Evolutionare Entwiirfe: Karl Popper und Konrad Lorenz. ECKEHART KOHLER: Poppers Kampf gegen Induktion und dessen Ausgang. KARL MULLER: Als Anfang: Die mogliche Drei-Welten-Leere. FRANZ SEITELBERGER: Gehimevolution, Intelligenz und Erkenntnis. FRIEDRICH WALLNER: Popper-ein Kantianer? oder Metaphorik statt Subjektivitat. WILHELM LUTTERFELDS: Begriffliche Aporien in Poppers evolutionarer Erkenntnistheorie. PETER BACHMAIER: Poppers Drei-Welten-Theorie oder Transzendentalphilosophie? Einige offene Probleme. HERBERT HRACHOVEC: Karl Popper, Materie und Bewusstsein und Stereoanlagen. KURT RUDOLF FISCHER: Popper versus Psychoanalyse. KARL MULLER: Zur Ubersicht Das Elend - uiberall. JOHN WETTERSTEN: Poppers nichtbeachtete offene Gesellschaft. JOHANN DVORAK: Karl R. Popper und die Wissenschaft von der Geschichte in der Epoche des Faschismus: Zum Verstandnis der Popperschen Historizismuskritik. KARL MULLER: Altes Elend und neuer Glanz des Historizismus? NORMANN WEBER: Die kritisch-rationale Attitide: Eine praktikable

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11. ScientificInstitutions und verniinftige Strategie in soziotechnischen Systemen? NORBERT F.J. HUBER: Sind Theorien historischer Wissenschaften bewihbar? FRIEDRICH WALLNER: Einige Bemerkungen zu Poppers Naturphilosophie.' ANTON KRAMMER: Determinismus und Indeterminismus in der Physik: Anmerkungen zu Poppers "Uber Wolken und Uhren". MANFRED STOCKLER: Abschied von Kopenhagen? Karl Popper und die realistische Interpretation der Quantenphysik. HERBERT KLIMA: Die Evolution des Wirkungsbegriffes in der Physik. ENGELBERT BRODA: Zwei Anmerkungen zur Stellung Poppers zur Evolution.

11. SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTIONS 91 Baroncelli, Giovanna; Bucciantini, Massimo. Per una storiadelle istituzionistoricoscientifichein Italia: L'Istitutoe Museo di Storiadella Scienza di Firenze. Nuncius, 1990, 5(2): 5-52.

92 Ellwanger, Jutta. Forscherim Bild. Teil I: WissenschaftlicheMitgliederder Kaiserzur F6rderungder Wilhelm-Gesellschaft aus Wissenschaften.(Veroffentlichungen dem Archiv zur Geschichteder Max-PlanckGesellschaft,2.) 176 pp., illus. Berlin: Archiv zur Geschichteder Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, 1989. 93 Fabianski, Marcin. Iconographyof the

architecture of ideal musaea in the 15th to 18th centuries. J. Hist. Collect., 1990, 2: 95134.

94 Finn, Bernard S. The museum of science and technology. Pp. 59-83 in Michael S. Shapiro (ed.) The museum: A reference guide. New York: Greenwood Press, 1990. 95 Moran, Bruce T. (ed.) Patronage and institutions: Science, technology, and medicine at the European court, 1500-1750. 261 pp., illus., notes. Rochester, N.Y.: Boydell Press, 1991. Essays are entered separately in the present bibliography.

96 Picard, Jean-Francois. La r6publique des savants: La recherche fran9aise et le CNRS. Avec la collaboration de G6rard Darmon et de Elisabeth Pradoura. Pr6face de Antoine Prost. 339 pp., notes, index. Paris: Flammarion, 1990. 97 Pomian, Krzysztof. Collectionneurs, amateurs, et curieux: Paris, Venise, XVIe-XVIIIe siecles. 367 pp., notes. Paris: Gallimard, 1987. Contains material on natural history collections and collections of antiquities.

98 Pomian, Krzysztof. Collectors and curiosities: Paris and Venice, 1500-1800. Translated by Elizabeth Wiles-Portier. 348 pp., notes, index. Cambridge, Eng.: Polity Press; Cambridge, Mass.: Blackwell, 1990. Translation of Collectionneurs, amateurs et curieux.


99 Redner, Harry. The institutionalization of science: A critical synthesis. Soc. Epistem., 1987, 1: 37-59. Historical survey.

100 Schulz, Eva. Notes on the history of collecting and of museums in the light of selected literature of the 16th to the 18th century. J. Hist. Collect., 1990, 2: 205-218. Discusses the work of Samuel Quiccheberg (1529-67), Michael Bernhard Valentini (1657-1729), Johann Daniel Major (1636-93), and the pseudonymous C.F. Neikelius (18th cent.).

101 Thomas, Andr6 (ed.) La Soci6t6 Philomathique de Paris et deux siecles d'histoire de la science en France. Colloque du Bicentenaire de la Societ6 Philomathique de Paris. vi + 154 pp., notes. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1990. Contents: ANDRi TUILIER: Les debuts de la Soci6t6 Philomathique de Paris et le contexte id6ologique. JACQUES ROGER: Les sciences naturelles dans les premieres d6cennies de la Soci6td Philomathique de Paris. RENI TATON: La Societe Philomathique de Paris et les sciences exactes: Premier tiers du XIXe siecle. ERNEST KAHANE: Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier et la Soci6t6 Philomathique de Paris. ALEXIS MOYSE: Trois philomathes: Du phlogistique i la photosynthese. MARCEL-PAUL SCHUTZENBERGER: Sur les modeles mathematiques: Propos d'un mathematicien philomathe. RENt BUVET: Etre philomathe aujourd'hui. JACK BAILLET: "ltude et amitie": Propos d'un medecin philomathe. CLAUDE LIORET: Propos d'un philomathe sur l'6pistdmologie. J.ANDRI THOMAS: L'avenir de la Socie6t Philomathique de Paris. LISTE des membres les plus eminents de la Soci6te Philomathique de Paris de 1788 A 1900.

102 Vierhaus, Rudolf; Brocke, Bernhard

vom (eds.) Forschungim Spannungsfeld von Politik und Gesellschaft:Geschichteund Strukturder Kaiser-Wilhelm-/Max-PlanckGesellschaft,aus Anlass ihres 75jahrigen Bestehens. xii + 1011 pp., notes, bibl., index. Stuttgart:DeutscheVerlags-Anstalt,1990. Contents: BERNHARD VOM BROCKE: Die KaiserWilhelm-Gesellschaft im Kaiserreich: Vorgeschichte, Griindung und Entwicklung bis zum Ausbruch des Ersten Weltkriegs. LOTHAR BURCHARDT: Die Kaiser-WilhelmGesellschaft im Ersten Weltkrieg (1914-1918). BERNHARD VOM BROCKE: Die Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gesellschaft in der Weimarer Republik: Ausbau zu einer gesamtdeutschen Forschungsorganisation (1918-1933). HELMUTH ALBRECHT, ARMIN HERMANN: Die Kaiser-WilhelmGesellschaft im Dritten Reich (1933-1945). MANFRED HEINEMANN: Der Wiederaufbau der Kaiser-WilhelmGesellschaft und die Neugriindungen der Max-PlanckGesellschaft (1945-1949). RUDOLF VIERHAUS: Adolf von Harack. JEFFREY A. JOHNSON: Vom Plan einer Chemischen Reichsanstalt zum ersten Kaiser-WilhelmInstitut: Emil Fischer. FRITZ STERN: Freunde im Widerspruch: Haber und Einstein. MICHAEL ENGEL: Dahlem als Wissenschaftszentrum. PETER-CHRISTIAN WITT: Wissenschaftsfinanzierung zwischen Inflation und Deflation: Die Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gesellschaft 1918/19 bis 1934/35. GERALD D. FELDMAN: Industrie und Wissenschaft in Deutschland 1918-1933. PETER LUNDGREEN: Wissenschaft als offentliche Dienstleistung: 100 Jahre staatliche Versuchs-, Prif- und Forschungsanstalten in Deutschland. HARRY W. PAUL: Die Entwicklung der Forschungsfdrderung im moderen Frankreich. PETER ALTER: Die Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gesellschaft in den deutschbritischen Wissenschaftsbeziehungen. KURT DOWELL: Die deutsch-amerikanischen Wissenschaftsbeziehungen im Spiegel der Kaiser-Wilhelms- und der MaxPlanck-Gesellschaft. JURGEN NOTZOLD: Die deutschsowjetischen Wissenschaftsbeziehungen. EBERHARD

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FRIESE: Kontinuitit und Wandel: Deutsch-japanische Kultur- und Wissenschaftsbeziehungen nach dem Ersten Weltkrieg. ELISABETH CRAWFORD, J.L. HEILBRON: Die Kaiser-Wilhelm-Institute fur Grundlagenforschung und die Nobelinstitution. BRIGITTE SCHROEDER-GUDEHUS: Internationale Wissenschaftsbeziehungen und auswartige Kulturpolitik 1919-1933. THOMAS STAMM-KUHLMANN: Deutsche Forschung und internationale Integration 19451955. ECKART HENNING, MARION KAZEMI: Zeittafel zur Geschichte der Kaiser-Wilhelm-/Max-Planck-Gesellschaft und ihrer Institute (1901) 1911-1986. ECKART HENNING, SILVA SANDOW: Literatur zur Geschichte der Kaiser-Wilhelm- und Max-Planck-Gesellschaft.

12. SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS AND SPECIAL TECHNIQUES (includes metrology; instruments used in special sciences or at particular periods are listed under those sciences or periods) 103 Baird, Davis; Faust, Thomas. Scientific instruments, scientific progress, and the cyclotron. Brit. J. Phil. Sci., 1990, 41: 147175. 104 Brooks, Randall C. The development of micrometers in the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries. J. Hist. Astron., 1991, 22: 127173. 105 Brooks, Randall C. Methods of fabrication of fiducial lines for 17th-19th century micrometers. Bull. Sci. Instr. Soc., 1989, 23: 11-14. 106 Cumiford, William L. A Mensing link? The Henze Collection of European scientific instruments. Bull. Sci. Instr. Soc., 1991, 28: 14-18. The Henze Collection in the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County is the largest collection of historic European instruments held by a public institution in the western U.S.

107 Fastie, William G. Ebert spectrometer reflections. Phys. Today, 1991, 44(2): 3743. "The Ebert spectrometer, named for its inventor, the 19thcentury German spectroscopist Hermann Ebert, emerged from obscurity after the Second World War to play a significant role in the exploration of the solar system

108 Kemp, Martin. "Intellectual ornaments": Style, function, and society in some instruments of art. Pp. 135-152 in Joan H. Pittock, Andrew Wear (eds.) Interpretation and cultural history. London: Macmillan, 1991. On the use of optical instruments in art.

109 Ryan, W.F. Scientific instruments in Russia from the Middle Ages to Peter the Great. Ann. Sci., 1991, 48: 367-384. 110 Studies in the history of scientific instruments. Papers presented at the 7th symposium of the Scientific Instruments Commission of the Union Internationale d'Histoire et de Philosophie des Sciences, Paris 15-19 September 1987. Edited by Christine Blondel, Fran9oise Parot, Anthony Turner, and

Mari Williams. 290 pp., illus., notes. London: Rogers Turner Books for the Centre de Recherche en Histoire des Sciences et des Techniques de la Cit6 des Sciences et de l'Industrie, Paris, 1989. Papers are entered separately in the present bibliography.

111 Turner, Gerard L'E.Scientific instruments and experimental philosophy, 1550-1850. xii + var. pag., illus., notes, index. Aldershot, Eng.: Variorum, 1990. Facsimile reprints of previously published papers.

112 Visser, R.P.W.; Hakfoort, C. (eds.) Werkplaatsen van wetenschap en techniek: Industriele en academische laboratoria in Nederland, 1860-1940. 187 pp., illus., notes. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1987. For contents see CB 1988, no. 154.

113 Weigl, Engelhard. Instrumente der Neuzeit: Die Entdeckung der modernen Wirklichkeit. 248 pp., illus., notes. Stuttgart: Metzler, 1990. 114 Witthoft, Harald. Langenmass und Genauigkeit 1660 bis 1870 als Problem der deutschen historischen Metrologie. Technikgeschichte, 1990, 57: 189-210.

13. SCIENTIFIC EDUCATION AND HISTORY OF EDUCATION (materials relating the history of science to science teaching) 115 Bender, Thomas (ed.) The university and the city: From medieval origins to the present. x + 316 pp., notes, index. New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 1988. Contents: J.K. HYDE: Universities and cities in medieval Italy. STEPHEN C. FERRUOLO: Parisius-Paradisus: The city, its schools, and the origins of the University of Paris. GENE BRUCKER: Renaissance Florence: Who needs a university? ANTHONY GRAFTON: Civic Humanism and scientific scholarship at Leiden. MICHAEL HEYD: The Geneva Academy in the eighteenth century: A Calvinist seminary or a civic university? NICHOLAS PHILLIPSON: Commerce and culture: Edinburgh, Edinburgh University, and the Scottish Enlightenment. SHELDON ROTHBLATT: London: A metropolitan university? LOUISE L. STEVENSON: Preparing for public life: The collegiate students at New York University, 1832-1881. CHARLES E. McCLELLAND: "To live for science": Ideals and realities at the University of Berlin. CARL E. SCHORSKE: Science as vocation in Burckhardt's Basel. EDWARD SHILS: The university, the city, and the world: Chicago and the University of Chicago. MARTIN JAY: Urban flights: The Institute of Social Research between Frankfurt and New York. DAVID A. HOLLINGER: Two NYUs and "The obligation of universities to the social order" in the Great Depression. NATHAN GLAZER: Facing three ways: City and university in New York since World War II.

116 DeBoer, George E. A history of ideas in science education: Implications for practice. xiv + 269 pp., notes, index. New York: Teachers College, Columbia Univ., 1991.

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14. Sociology of Science 117 Didactique et histoire des sciences. Aster, 1987, 5: 3-170. Special issue. Contents: DANIEL RAICHVARG: La didactique a-t-elle raison de s'interesser h l'histoire des sciences? JEAN MARC DROUIN: Du terrain au laboratoire: R6aumur et l'histoire des fourmis. GABRIEL GOHAU: Difficultes d'une pedagogie de la d6couverte dans l'enseignement des sciences. ALAIN KERLAN: Didactique et 6pist6mologie: Eclairages bachelardiens. GENEVIEVE LACOMBE: Pour l'introduction de l'histoire des sciences dans l'enseignement du second cycle. JEAN ROSMORDUC: L'histoire de la physique peut-elle 6clairer les obstacles 6pist6mologiques? GUY RUMELHARD: Formation, modification et dissolution du concept d'hormone dans l'enseignement.

118 Goodstein, Judith R. Millikan's school: A history of the California Institute of Technology. 317 pp., illus., notes, index. New York: Norton, 1991. 119 Matthews, Michael R. History, philosophy, and science teaching: A rapprochement. Stud. Sci. Educ., 1990, 18: 25-51. 120 Matthews, Michael R. (ed.) History, philosophy, and science teaching: Selected readings. xii + 244 pp., notes. Toronto: OISE Press, Teachers College Press, 1991. Contents: MICHAEL R. MATTHEWS: Ernst Mach and contemporary science education reforms. DEREK HODSON: Philosophy of science and science education. EDGAR JENKINS: The history of science in British schools: Retrospect and prospect HARVEY SIEGEL: The rationality of science, ciritical thinking, and science education. MARTIN EGER: Dissonance in the theory and practice of rationality: Teaching evolution and teaching morals. ABNER SHIMONY: Some comments on rationality in science and in ethics. MICHAEL MARTIN: Science education and moral education. ERNST VON GLASERFELD: Cognition, construction of knowledge, and teaching. NANCY NERSESSIAN: Conceptual change in science and science education. JANE ROLAND MARTIN: What should science educators do about the gender bias in science? ARNOLD B. ARONS: Historical and philosophical perspectives attainable in introductory physics courses. GEORGE B. KAUFFMAN: History in the chemistry curriculum. SUSAN K. JOHNSON, JIM STEWARD: Using philosophy of science in curriculum development: An example from high school genetics. BORJE EKSTIG: Teaching guided by the history of science: The discovery of atmospheric pressure. BRIAN E. WOOLNOUGH: Faith in science? TOM SETTLE: How to avoid implying that physicalism is true: A problem for teachers of science. IAN WINCHESTER: Thought experiments and conceptual revision.

121 Millar, Robin (ed.) Doing science: Images of science in science education. 216 pp., illus., notes. London: Falmer Press, 1989.


124 Pester, Thomas. Geschichte der Universitaten und Hochschulen im deutschsprachigen Raum von den Anfangen bis 1945: Auswahlbibliographie der Literatur der Jahre 1945-1986. (Bibliographische Mitteilungen der Universitatsbibliothek Jena, 46.) 293 pp., index. Jena: Universititsbibliothek, 1990. 125 Pumfrey, Stephen. History of science in the National Science Curriculum: A critical review of resources and their aims. Brit. J. Hist. Sci., 1991, 24: 61-78. "Following a surprisingly radical government initiative, schools in England and Wales will lead Europe in the integration of history of science into a National Curriculum for science itself . . . This review discusses, from the perspective of a professional historian with some experience of secondary science teaching, the background to (and probable reasons behind) the initiative; some methodological implications; and finally some of the available resources."

126 Stichweh, Rudolf. Der friihmoderne Staat und die europaische Universitiit: Zur Interaktion von Politik und Erziehungssystem im Prozess ihrer Ausdifferenzierung (16.18. Jahrhundert). 427 pp., notes, bibl., index. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp, 1991. 127 Teaching in the history of science: Resources and strategies. 40 pp., illus., bibls. Phildelphia: History of Science Society, 1989. Contents: RICHARD S. WESTFALL: The Scientific Revolution. GARLAND E. ALLEN: Life sciences in the 20th century. LOREN R. GRAHAM: Russian and Soviet science and technology. DOROTHY NELKIN: Science, technology, and public policy. JOHN SERVOS: History of science in the survey course in American history. BRUCE EASTWOOD: History of science in the survey course in European history.

128 Thompson, F.M.L. (ed.) The University of London and the world of learning, 18361986. xxviii + 260 pp., illus., notes, index. London: The Hambledon Press, 1990. Partial contents: HERMANN BONDI: The sciences. L.P. LE QUESNE: Medicine. H. BILLETT: Engineering. O.R. MCGREGOR: The social sciences.

129 Watanabe, Masao. Teaching history of science in Japanese universities. Hist. Scientiarum, 1990, 40: 59-69.

122 Morrell, J.B. Science in the universities: Some reconsiderations. Pp. 51-64 in Tore Frangsmyr (ed.) Solomon's House revisited: The organization and institutionalization of science. Canton, Mass.: Science History, 1990.

14. SOCIOLOGY OF SCIENCE: Science and society, science of science (general works on science and society, organization of science, scientometrics, etc.)

123 Oldroyd, David. Social and historical studies of science in the classroom? Soc. Stud. Sci., 1990, 20: 747-756.

130 Bazerman, Charles. Literate acts and the emergent social structure of science: A critical synthesis. Soc. Epistem., 1987, 1: 295-310.

Essay review of M. Shortland, A. Warwick (eds.) Teaching the history of science (1989), and R. Millar (ed.) Doing science: Images of science in education (1989).

On the social structure of scientific communication. For a commentary by Peter Dear on this paper see Soc. Epistem., 1988, 2: 275-278.

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131 Ben-David, Joseph. Scientific growth: Essays on the social organization and ethos of science. Edited and with an introduction by Gad Freudenthal. (Cambridge studies in the history of science.) xi + 591 pp., notes, bibl., index. Berkeley: Univ. of California Press, 1991. 132 Benjamin, Marina (ed.) Science and sensibility: Gender and scientific enquiry, 1780-1945. x + 295 pp., illus., notes, index. Oxford: Blackwell, 1991. Papers are entered separately in the present bibliography.

133 Bloor, David. Knowledge and social imagery. Second edition. xi + 203 pp., bibl., index. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1991. 134 Brown, James Robert. Latour's prosaic science. Can. J. Phil., 1991, 21: 245-261. Discussion of Latour and Woolgar, Laboratory life: The social construction of scientific facts (1979).

135 Caton, Hiram. The politics of progress: The origins and development of the commercial republic, 1600-1835. xii + 627 pp., bibl., index. Gainesville: Univ. of Florida Press, 1988. Contains considerable material on science and politics.

136 Chubin, Daryl E.; Hackett, Edward J. Peerless science: Peer review and U.S. science policy. xiii + 267 pp., notes, index. Albany: State Univ. of New York Press, 1990. 137 Cozzens, Susan E.; Gieryn, Thomas F. (eds.) Theories of science and society. v + 264 pp., notes, index. Bloomington: Indiana Univ. Press, 1990. Contents: SUSAN E. COZZENS, THOMAS F. GIERYN: Introduction: Putting science back in society. ADELE E. CLARKE: A social worlds research adventure: The case of reproductive science. ROB HAGENDIJK: Structuration theory, constructivism, and scientific change. THOMAS F. GIERYN, ANNE E. FIGERT: Ingredients for a theory of science in society. DONALD FISHER: Boundary work and science: The relation between power and knowledge. SAL RESTIVO: The social roots of pure mathematics. DARYL E. CHUBIN: Scientific malpractice and the contemporary politics of knowledge. SUSAN E. COZZENS: Autonomy and power in science. STEPHEN P. TURNER: Forms of patronage. RON WESTRUM: Environments for innovation: Calculative and generative rationality in technology. WESLEY SHRUM, JOAN MORRIS: Organizational constructs for the assembly of technological knowledge.

141 Ezrahi, Yaron. Changing political functions of science in the modern liberaldemocratic state. Knowl. Soc., 1988, 7: 181202. 142 Ezrahi, Yaron. The descent of Icarus: Science and the transformation of contemporary democracy. xii + 354 pp., notes, index. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Univ. Press, 1990. 143 Findlen, Paula. Gender and the scientific "civilizing process". J. Hist. Biol., 1991, 24: 331-338. Essay review of Dorinda Outram, The body and the French Revolution: Sex, class, and political culture (1989) and Londa Schiebinger, The mind has no sex? Women in the origins of modern science (1989).

144 Graham, Loren R. (ed.) Science and the Soviet social order. ix + 443 pp., notes, index. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Univ. Press, 1990. Contents: LOREN R. GRAHAM: Introduction: The impact of science and technology on Soviet politics and society. S. FREDERICK STARR: New communications technologies and civil society. SEYMOUR GOODMAN: Information technologies and the citizen: Toward a "Soviet-style information society"? DOUGLAS R. WEINER: Prometheus rechained: Ecology and conservation. MARK B. ADAMS: The Soviet nature-nuture debate. HARLEY BALZER: Engineers: The rise and decline of a social myth. PAUL R. JOSEPHSON: Rockets, reactors, and Soviet culture. RICHARD T. DE GEORGE: Biomedical ethics. BRUCE J. ALLYN: Fact, value, and science. KATERINA CLARK: The changing image of science and technology in Soviet literature. RICHARD STITES: World outlook and inner fears in Soviet science fiction. MARK KUCHMENT: Bridging the two cultures: The emergence of scientific prose. PETER NISBET: The response to science and technology in the visual arts.

145 Gregor, Michelle Davis. Creative scientists: A study of their behavioral traits. Diss. Abstr. Int., 1991, 52: 472-A. Dissertation at Univ. of Massachusetts, 1990. Director: Doris J. Shallcross. Univ. Microfilms order no. 91-10146. 106 pp.

146 Gross, Alan G. The rhetoric of science. vii + 248 pp., notes, bibl., index. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Univ. Press, 1990. 147 Harding, Sandra. Whose science? Whose knowledge: Thinking from women's lives. xii + 319 pp., notes, index. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell Univ. Press, 1991.

138 Cummins, William K. The culture of effective science: Japan and the United States. Minerva, 1990, 28: 426-445.

148 Hilgartner, Stephen. The dominant view of popularization: Conceptual problems, political uses. Soc. Stud. Sci., 1990, 20: 519-539.

Contrasts the development of science in Japan and the U.S. since World War II.

149 Huber, Peter W. Pathological science in court. Daedalus J. Amer. Acad. Arts Sci., 1990, 119(4): 97-118.

139 Dupree, A. Hunter. Science policy in the United States: The legacy of John Quincy Adams. Minerva, 1990, 28: 259-271. 140 Edge, David. Competition in science. Pp. 208-232 in Tore Frangsmyr (ed.) Solomon's House revisited: The organization and institutionalization of science. Canton, Mass.: Science History, 1990.

150 Jasanoff, Sheila. The fifth branch: Science advisers as policymakers. xiii + 302 pp., notes, index. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Univ. Press, 1990. 151 Keller, Evelyn Fox. Science and gender: 1990. Great Ideas Today, 1990: 68-93.

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14. Sociology of Science 152 Latour, Bruno. The impact of science studies on political philosophy. Sci. Technol. Hum. Val., 1991, 16: 3-19. 153 Lundgreen, Peter. Wissen und Burgertum: Skizze eines historischen Vergleichs zwischen Preussen/Deutschland, Frankreich, England und den USA, 18.-20. Jahrhundert. Pp. 106-124 in Hannes Siegrist (ed.) Biirgerliche Berufe: Zur Sozialgeschichte der freien und akademischen Berufe im internationalen Vergleich. Gottingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1988.

154 Lynch, Michael; Woolgar, Steve (eds.) Representation in scientific practice. x + 365 pp., illus., notes, index. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 1990.

Originally published in Human Studies, 1988, 11: nos. 2-3. Contents: MICHAEL LYNCH, STEVE WOOLGAR: Introduction: Sociological orientations to representational practice in science. PAUL TIBBETTS: Representation and the realist-constructivist controversy. K. AMANN, K. KNORR CETINA: The fixation of (visual) evidence. STEVE WOOLGAR: Time and documents in researcher interaction: Some ways of making out what is happening in experimental science. MICHAEL LYNCH: The externalized retina: Selection and mathematization in the visual documentation of objects in the life sciences. GREG MYERS: Every picture tells a story: Illustrations in E.O. Wilson's Sociobiology. JOHN LAW, MICHAEL LYNCH: Lists, field guides, and the descriptive organization of seeing: Birdwatching as an exemplary observational activity. LUCY A. SUCHMAN: Representing practice in cognitive science. RONALD AMERINE, JACK BILMES: Following instructions. STEVEN YEARLEY: The dictates of method and policy: Interpretational structures in the representation of scientific work.

155 Lynch, William T.; Fuhrman, Ellsworth R. Recovering and expanding the normative: Marx and the new sociology of scientific knowledge. Sci. Technol. Hum. Val., 1991, 16: 233-248. 156 Mcdawar, Peter B. The threat and the glory: Reflections on science and scientists. Edited by David Pyke. Foreword by Lewis Thomas. xix + 291 pp., notes, index. New York: Harper Collins; Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press, 1990. 157 Mofrad, S.Z. The social epistemology of the Edinburgh School: A critical evaluation of their Strong Programme in the sociology of scientific knowledge. 1990. PhD dissertation, Leeds Univ. (UK). Advisors: G.N. Cantor, M.J.S. Hodge.

158 Mozans, H.J. Womanin science. With an introductory chapter on woman's long struggle for things of the mind. With a preface by Cynthia Russett and an introduction by Thomas P. Gariepy. xxiii + 452 pp., notes, bibl., index. Notre Dame: Univ. of Notre Dame Press, 1991.


160 Nicolson, Malcolm. The social and the cognitive: Resources for the sociology of scientific knowledge. Stud. Hist. Phil. Sci., 1991, 22: 347-369. Essay review of Georges Canguilhem, The normal and the pathological (1989).

161 Nola, Robert. The StrongProgramme for the sociology of science, reflexivity, and relativism. Inquiry, 1990, 33: 273-296.

162 Oldroyd, David. Science action-packed. Soc. Epistem., 1987, 1: 341-346. Essay review of Bruno Latour, Science in action (1987). Followed by a response by Latour (pp. 347-52). Additional comments by Oldroyd and Latour, Soc. Epistem., 1988, 2: 181-83.

163 Ophir, Adi; Shapin, Steven; Schaffer, Simon (eds.) The place of knowledge: The spatial setting and its relation to the production of knowledge. Sci. Context, 1991, 4: 3-218.

Partial contents: ADI OPHIR, STEVEN SHAPIN: The place of knowledge: A methodological survey. BILL HILLIER, ALAN PENN: Visible colleges: Structure and randomness in the place of knowledge. MICHAEL LYNCH: Laboratory space and the technological complex: An investigation of topical contextures. STEVEN SHAPIN: "The mind is its own place": Science and solitude in 17th-century England.

164 Outram, Dorinda. Fat, gorillas and misogyny: Women's history in science. Brit. J. Hist. Sci., 1991, 24: 361-367. Essay review of recent literature.

165 Pera, Marcello; Shea, William R. (eds.) Persuading science: The art of scientific rhetoric. xi + 212 pp., notes, index. Canton, Mass.: Science History, 1991. Contents: PHILIP KITCHER: Persuasion. MARCELLO PERA: The role and value of rhetoric in science. ERNAN MCMULLIN: Rhetoric and theory choice in science. PAOLO ROSSI: Mnemonical loci and natural loci. DUDLEY SHAPERE: On deciding what to believe and how to talk about nature. RICHARD S. WESTFALL: Galileo and Newton: Different rhetorical strategies. WILLIAM R. SHEA: Descartes and the art of persuasion. PETER MACHAMER: The person-centered rhetoric of 17th-century science. MAURIZIO MAMIANI: The rhetoric of certainty: Newton's method in science and in the interpretation of the Apocalypse. GERALD HOLTON: Quanta, relativity, and rhetoric.

166 Phillips, Patricia. The scientific lady: A social history of women's scientific interests, 1520-1918. xiii + 279 pp., illus., notes, bibl., index. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1990. 167 Piore, Emanuel. Science and academic life in transition. Edited, with an introduction by Eli Ginzberg. x + 93 pp., notes, index. New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction, 1990.

Reprint of the 1913 edition, with new introductory material.

An account of the changing role of the federal government from World War II to the present.

159 Mulkay, Michael. Sociology of science:

168 Proctor, Robert N. Value-free science? Purity and power in modern knowledge. xi + 331 pp., notes, bibl., index. Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, 1991.

A sociological pilgrimage. xix + 227 pp., bibl., index. Bloomington: Indiana Univ. Press, 1991.

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169 Pyenson, Lewis. Why science may serve political ends: Cultural imperialism and the mission to civilize. Ber. Wissenschaftsgesch., 1990, 13: 69-81. 170 Redner, Harry. Pathologies of science. Soc. Epistem., 1987, 1: 215-247. Followed (pp. 249-289) by several commentaries.

171 Schmidt, Willi; Scriba, Christoph J. (eds.) Frauen in den exakten Naturwissenschaften. Festkolloquium zum 100. Geburtstag von Frau Dr. Margarethe Schimank (1890-1983). (Beitrage zur Geschichte der Wissenschaft und der Technik, 21.) 87 pp., illus., notes. Stuttgart: Steiner, 1990. 172 Teich, Mikulas. Reflecting on the golden jubilee of Bernal's The social function of science. Hist. Sci., 1990, 28: 411-418. 173 Woolgar, Steve (ed.) Knowledge and reflexivity: New frontiers in the sociology of knowledge. x + 214 pp., bibl., index. London: Sage, 1988. Contents: STEVE WOOLGAR, MALCOLM ASHMORE: The next step: An introduction to the reflexive project. STEVE WOOLGAR: Reflexivity is the ethnographer of the text. JONATHAN POTTER: What is reflexive about discourse analysis? The case of reading readings. TERI WALKER: Whose discourse? MICHAEL MULKAY: Don Quixote's double: A self-exemplifying text. ANNA WYNNE: Accounting for accounts of the diagnosis of multiple sclerosis. MALCOLM ASHMORE: The life and opinions of a replication claim: Reflexivity and symmetry in the sociology of scientific knowledge. BRUNO LATOUR: The politics of explanation: An alternative. TREVOR PINCH: Reservations about reflexivity and new literary forms or Why let the devil have all the good tunes.

174 Zuckerman, Harriet; Cole, Jonathan R.; Bruer, John T. (eds.) The outer circle: Women in the scientific community. 351 pp., notes, bibl., index. New York: Norton, 1991. Contents: HARRIET ZUCKERMAN: The careers of men and women scientists: A review of current research. HELEN S. ASTIN: Citation classics: Women's and men's perceptions of their contribution to science. INTERVIEW with Salome Waelsch. INTERVIEW with Andrea Dupree. INTERVIEW with Sandra Panem. JONATHAN R. COLE, HARRIET ZUCKERMAN: Marriage, motherhood, and research performance in science. WILLIAM T. BIELBY: Sex differences in careers: Is science a special case? MARY FRANK FOX: Gender, environmental milieu, and productivity in science. STEPHEN COLE, ROBERT FIORENTINE: Discrimination against women in science: The confusion of outcome with process. EVELYN FOX KELLER: The wo/man scientist: Issues of sex and gender in the pursuit of science. CYNTHIA FUCHS EPSTEIN: Constraints on excellence: Structural and cultural barriers to the recognition and demonstration of acheivement. OWEN M. FISS: An uncertain inheritance. JONATHAN R. COLE, BURTON SINGER: A theory of limited differences: Explaining the productivity puzzle in science.

15. HUMANISTICRELATIONSOF SCIENCE (general works on science and religion, science and literature, science and art, etc.) 175 Banner, Michael C. The justification of science and the rationality of religious be-

lief. x + 196 pp., notes, bibl., index. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1990. 176 Baumer, Anne; Biittner, Manfred (eds.) Science and religion/Wissenschaft und Religion: Proceedings of the symposium of the XVIIIth International Congress of History of Science at Hamburg-Munich, 1.-9. August 1989. (Abhandlungen zur Geschichte der Geowissenschaften und Religion, 3.) ix + 233 pp., notes, index. Bochum: Brockmeyer, 1989. Papers on specific topics are entered in the classified section of the present bibliography. General papers include: STEPHEN MASON: Religion and the rise of modem science. MINA BUCHS: Influence de la tradition musulmane sur le d6veloppement de la m6decine. CHARLES DE MORA: Premieres applications des math6matiques a la d6cision de quelques problemes religieux et 6thiques. NAND LAL JAIN: Science and religion: Conflict and convergence. KRISHAN D. MATHUR: The impact of Buddhism upon Indian science and politics. BRIGITTE HOPPE: Geschichte der Wechselwirkungen zwischen Naturwissenschaften, Technik und Religion sowie Ideologien: Uberlegungen zum wissenschaftshistorischen Forschungsstand im deutschen Sprachgebiet.

177 Berger, Ren6. Science and art: The new Golem. From the transdisciplinary to an ultradisciplinary epistemology. Diogenes, 1990, 152: 124-146. 178 Braungart, Wolfgang. Die Kunst der Utopie, vom Spathumanismus zur fruhen Aufldarung. 341 pp., illus., notes, bibl., index. Stuttgart: Metzler, 1989. Contains considerable material on scientific illustration.

179 Brooke, John Hedley. Science and religion: Some historical perspectives. (Cambridge history of science.) x + 422 pp., illus., bibl., index. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1991. 180 Clements, Tad S. Science vs. religion. 264 pp., notes, index. Buffalo, N.Y.: Prometheus Books, 1990. 181 Craig, William Lane. "What place, then, for a creator?": Hawking on God and creation. Brit. J. Phil. Sci., 1990, 41: 473-491. 182 Dear, Peter (ed.) The literary structure of scientific argument: Historical studies. vii + 211 pp., illus., notes, bibl., index. Philadelphia: Univ. of Pennsylvania Press, 1991. Papers in this volume are entered separately in the present bibliography.

183 Eisenman, Harry J. One culture: Creativity in art, science, and technology. Pp. 284295 in Elizabeth Garber (ed.) Beyond history of science: Essays in honor of Robert E. Schofield. Bethlehem, Pa.: Lehigh Univ. Press, 1990. 184 Eve, Raymond A.; Harrold, Francis B. The creationist movement in modern America. (Social movements past and present) xii + 234 pp., notes, bibl., index. Boston: Twayne, 1991.

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15. Humanistic Relations of Science 185 Grafton, Anthony. Defenders of the text: The traditions of scholarship in an age of science, 1450-1800. vii + 330 pp., notes, index. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Univ. Press, 1991. 186 Gratzer, Walter (ed.) A literary companion to science. xx + 517 pp., notes, index. New York: Norton, 1990. Originally published as The Longman literary companion to science (London, 1989).

187 Jaki, Stanley L. Science and creation: From eternal cycles to an oscillating universe. viii + 378 pp., notes, index. Lanham, Md.: University Press of America, 1990. 188 Kaiser, Christopher B. Creation and the history of science. (The history of Christian theology, 3.) vii + 316 pp., index. London: Pickering; Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 1991. 189 Lecourt, Dominique. Contre la peur: De la science a l'6thique, une aventure infinie. 157 pp., notes. Paris: Hachette, 1990.


190 Minois, Georges. L'Eglise et la science: Histoire d'un malentendu: De Saint Augustin a Galilee. 484 pp, notes, bibl., index. Paris: Fayard, 1990. 191 Montgomery, Scott L. Science as kitsch: The dinosaur and other icons. Sci. Cult., 1991, 10: 7-58. 192 Topper, David. Natural science and visual art: Reflections on the interface. Pp. 296310 in Elizabeth Garber (ed.) Beyond history of science: Essays in honor of Robert E. Schofield. Bethlehem, Pa.: Lehigh Univ. Press, 1990. 193 Topper, David. The parallel fallacy: On comparing art and science. Brit. J. Aesthet., 1990, 30: 311-318. 194 Wallace, Jeff. "Taking possession of the ordinary man's mind": Literary studies and the history of science. Lit. Hist., 1990, (n.s.) 1: 58-74.

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20. PHILOSOPHY (general works on the history of philosophy and traditional logic, not not works dealing with philosophy of science in general, or with philosophy in one of the chronological periods) 195 Coffa, J. Alberto. The semantic tradition from Kant to Carnap: To the Vienna Station. Edited by Linda Wessels. xi + 445 pp., notes, bibl., index. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1991. 196 Osler, Margaret J. (ed.) Atoms, pneuma, and tranquillity: Epicurean and Stoic themes in European thought. xii + 304 pp., notes, index. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1991. Papers on the history of science are entered separately in the present bibliography.

dell'Universita e dell'istruzione superiore ed il suo insegnamento dalle origini al 1939. ANNUNZIATA NOBILE: Per una storia dell'insegnamento della demografia nelle universitk italiane dalle origini al 1961. SILVIO DAMIANI: Sulla storia dell'insegnamento della statistica bio-medicosanitaria. ADRIANA TATARELLI MURER: Una nota sull'insegnamento della statistica economica in Italia dalle origini al 1939. ENRICA AURELI CUTILLO: La statistica sociale all'interno dell'insegnamento universitario della statistica in Italia, fino al 1939.

203 Daston, Lorraine. Perch6 la teoria della probabilita aveva bisogno del determinismo: Le origini. Intersezioni, 1990, 10: 541-562. From Cardano to the 18th century.

204 Deschauer, Stefan. "Lerfi wol mit vleiss dass eyn mol eyn/ Szo wirt dir alle Rechnung gemeyn.": Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte des Kopfrechnens. Math. Semesterber., 1990, 37: 1-39. From antiquity to the Renaissance.

21. MATHEMATICS (works on pure and applied mathematics, including mathematical logic and statistics)

205 Dessi, Paola. L'ordine e il caso: Discussioni epistemologiche e logiche sulla probabilita da Laplace a Peirce. 229 pp. Bologna: I1 Mulino, 1989.

197 Bailhache, Patrice. Temperaments musicaux et math6matiques. Sci. Tech. Persp., 1988-89, 16: 83-114.

206 Dijksterhuis, E.J. Ad quanta intelligenda condita. (Designed for grasping quantities). Tractrix, 1990, 2: 111-125.

Historical survey.

198 Barreau, Herv6; Harthong, Jacques (eds.) La math6matique non standard: Histoire, philosophie, dossier scientifique. Avec une pr6face de Georges Reeb. (Fondements des sciences.) 428 pp., notes. Paris: Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, 1989. Historical papers are entered separately in the present bibliography.

199 Brown, Gary I. The evolution of the term "mixed mathematics". J. Hist. Ideas, 1991, 52: 81-102. 200 Coolidge, Julian Lowell. The mathematics of great amateurs. Second edition. With an introductory essay by Jeremy Gray. xxiv + 211 pp., illus., index. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1990. 201 Corry, Leo. Linearity and reflexivity in the growth of mathematical knowledge. Sci. Context, 1989, 3: 409-440. 202 Corsini, Carlo A. (ed.) Da osservazione sperimentale a spiegazione razionale: Per una storia della statistica in Italia. 168 pp., illus., bibl. Pisa: Pacini, 1989. Contents: SILVANA PATRIARCA: L'impresa statistica nell'Italia ottocentesca. ENZO LOMBARDO: I1 primo trattato italiano di statistica di Luca di Samuele Cagnazzi ed it suoi interessi demografici. M. GABRIELLA OTTAVIANI: La statistica nell'ordinamento didattico

An English translation of an important 1955 address by Dijksterhuis on the relationship between science and mathematics.

207 Gario, Paola. La teoria classica dell'equisingolarita per le curve algebriche piane. Boll. Stor. Sci. Mat., 1990, 10(1): 7797. 208 Gericke, Helmuth. Mathematik im Abendland: Von den rbmischen Feldmessem bis zu Descartes. xiii + 352 pp., illus., bibl. Berlin: Springer, 1990. 209 Gilain, Christian. Sur l'histoire du th6oreme fondamental de l'algebre: Th6orie des 6quations et calcul int6gral. Arch. Hist. Exact Sci., 1991, 42: 91-136. 210 Hacking, Ian. The taming of chance. (Ideas in context.) xiii + 264 pp., notes, index. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1990. History of statistics.

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