Reading Natural Philosophy: Essays in the History and Philosophy of Science and Mathematics

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Bibliography of Howard Stein

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“An Examination of Some Aspects of Natural Science.” Thesis, Department of Philosophy, The University of Chicago, 1958.

“Newtonian Space-Time,” The Texas Quarterly 10 (Autumn 1967): 174–200; also in The Annus Mirabilis of Sir Isaac Newton, ed, Robert Palter. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 1970,258–84.

“Limitations on Measurement” and “Alternative Schemes of Measurement,” jointly with Abner Shimony. Two papers presented to the American Physical Society, meeting of November 16–18, 1967. Abstracts in Bulletin of the American Physical Society, ser 2, 12 (1967): 1056.

“On Einstein-Minkowski Space-Time.” Journal of Philosophy 65 (1968): 5–23.

“Comments on 'The Thesis of Pamieiudcs'.” Review of Metaphysics 22 (1969): 725–34.

“Is There a Problem of Interpreting Quantum Mechanics?” Nous 4 (1970): 93–103.

“A Note on Time and Relativity Theory.” Journal of Philosophy 67 (1970): 93–103.

“On the Paradoxical Time-Structures of Gödel.” Philosophy of Science 37 (1970): 289–94.

“On the Notion of Field in Newton, Maxwell, and Beyond.” In Historical and Philosophical Perspectives of Science, ed. Roger B. Stuewer. Minnesota Studies in the Philosophy of Science, vol. 5. University of Minnesota Press, 1970, 264–87. (Followed by comments, 287–99; and replies, 299–310.)

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