Possible Worlds in History of Science, Nobel Symposium – August 1986; [AND] Kinds and the Wave Theory of Light; [AND] Working in the New World: the Taxonomic solution; [AND] Comments on Ian Hacking's "Working in a New World"; [AND] The Road since Structure, PSA Presidential Address: 10/20/90; [AND] An Historian's Theory of Meaning, Talk to Cognitive Science Colloquium, UCLA – 4/26/90.

By: KUHN, Thomas S.; Jed Z. BUCHWALD; Ian HACKING.

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6 typed essays. 28 cm. 46; 57, [5 figs.]; 47; 5; 21; 13, [5 sketches] pp. Illus., bibliography. Cream cardstock held in black plastic spiral ring bind. Near fine. [br]

Title: Possible Worlds in History of Science, Nobel Symposium – August 1986; [AND] Kinds and the Wave Theory of Light; [AND] Working in the New World: the Taxonomic solution; [AND] Comments on Ian Hacking's "Working in a New World"; [AND] The Road since Structure, PSA Presidential Address: 10/20/90; [AND] An Historian's Theory of Meaning, Talk to Cognitive Science Colloquium, UCLA – 4/26/90.

Author Name: KUHN, Thomas S.; Jed Z. BUCHWALD; Ian HACKING.

Categories: Science History,

Publisher: [Los Angeles]:, [self- published, circa 1986-1990].: 1986

lbs: 3.00 lbs

Seller ID: S12627

Keywords: Science History