Cumulative index

of cited literature

(all pages)

 

 


 

 

 

- The New English Bible, 1970, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

De nieuwe katechismus, Geloofsverkondiging voor volwassenen, Hilversum 1966: Brand.

 

Achinstein, P. 1971, Law and explanation, Oxford: Clarendon.

Achinstein, P. 1991, Particles and waves, Historical essays in the philosophy of science, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Achterhuis, H. (ed.), van Dijk, P., Tijmes, P. 1992, De maat van de techniek, Baarn: Ambo.

Achterhuis, H. 1988, Het rijk van de schaarste, van Hobbes tot Foucault, Amsterdam: Ambo.

Agassi, J. 1963, ‘Towards an historiography of science’, History and Theory, Beiheft 2.

Agassi, J. 1971, Faraday as a natural philosopher, Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Agostino, S.d' 1975, `Hertz's researches on electromag­netic waves', Historical Studies in the Physical Sciences 6, 261-323.

Agricola, G. 1556, De re metallica, New York 1912: Dover.

Akhieser A.I., Berestetsky V.B. 1953, Quantum Electrodynamics, Oak Ridge, Tenn.: Wiley.

Alexander D. 2018, ‘Order and emergence in biological evolution’ in Glas, de Ridder (eds.) 2018, 151-169.

Alexander, H.G. (ed.) 1956, The Leibniz-Clarke correspondence (1717), Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Allen, C. Bekoff, M., Lauder, G.V. (eds.) 1998, Nature’s purposes, Analyses of function and design in biology, Cambridge, Mass.: MIT-Press.

Allen, K. 1995, ‘A revolution to measure: The political economy of the metric system in France’, in Wise (ed.) 1995: 39-71.

Ampère, A.M. 1826, Théorie mathématique des phénomènes électro-dynamique, uniquement déduite de l'expérience, Paris 1958: Blanchard.

Amundson, R. 1994, ‘Two concepts of constraint: adaptionism and the challenge from developmental biology’, Philosophy of Science 61, 556-578, reprinted in Hull, Ruse (eds.) 1998, 93-116.

Anderson, D.L. 1964, The discovery of the electron, Princeton NJ: Van Nostrand.

Anderson, P. 1995, ‘Historical overview of the twentieth century in physics’, in Brown, Pais, Pippard  (eds.) 1995: 2017-2032.

Andriesse, C.D. 1993, Titan kan niet slapen, Een biografie van Christiaan Huygens, Amsterdam: Contact.

Ankersmit, F. 2001, ‘Six theses on narrativist philosophy of history’, in Roberts (ed.) 2001: 235-245.

Ankersmit, F. 2005, De sublieme historische ervaring, Groningen 2007: Historische Uitgeverij (Sublime historical experience, Stanford 2005: Stanford University Press).

Ankersmit, F., Kellner, H. (eds.) 1995, A new philosophy of history, London: Reaktion Books.

Ankersmit, F.R. 1983, Denken over geschiedenis, Een overzicht van moderne geschiedfilosofische opvattingen, Groningen 1986: Wolters-Noordhoff.

Arendt, H. 1958, De mens, bestaan en bestemming, Utrecht 1968: Spectrum (The human condition, Chicago 1958: University of Chicago Press).

Arendt, H. 1963, Over revolutie, Amsterdam 2004: Atlas (On revolution, New York 1963: Viking Press).

Aristotle, Ethica Nicomachea, Amsterdam 1997: Kallias; Budel 2005: Damon (revised edition).

Aristotle 1952, Metaphysics, New York: Columbia University Press; Michigan 1960: Ann Arbor.

Aristotle, On the heavens, London 1939, 1971: Heinemann.

Aristotle, The physics (2 vols.), London 1929, 1970:Heinemann.

Armstrong, K. 1993, Een geschiedenis van God, Vierduizend jaar jodendom, christendom en islam, Baarn 1995: Anthos (A history of God, From Abraham to the present: the 4000 year quest for God, London 1993: Heinemann).

Ashworth, W.B. 1986, ‘Catholicism and early modern science’, in: Lindberg, Numbers (eds.) 1986, 136-166.

Athearn, D. 1994, Scientific nihilism, On the loss and recovery of physical explanation, Albany: SUNY.

Auerbach, E. 1946, Mimesis, De weergave van de werkelijkheid in de westerse literatuur, Amsterdam 2004: Olympus (Mimesis: Dargestellte Wirklichkeit in der abendländischen Literatur, Bern 1946: Francke).

Augustine, A. 397-398, Belijdenissen, Utrecht 1954: Bijleveld (Confessiones).

Augustine, A., De stad van God, Baarn 1983: Ambo (De civitate Dei).

Ayala, F.J. 1970, ‘Teleological explanations in evolutionary biology’, Philosophy of Science 37: 1-15, reprinted in Allen et al. (eds.) 1998: 29-49.

Aykroyd, W.R. 1935, Three philosophers: Lavoisier, Priest­ley, Cavendish, Westport, Conn. 1970: Greenwood.

Aylmer, G.E. 1997, ‘Introductory essay: From the Renaissance to the eighteenth century’, in Bentley (ed.) 1997, 249-280.

 

Bacon, F. 1620, The new organon, Indianapolis 1960, 1977: Bobbs-Merill (Novum organum scientiarum, 1620).

Baier, K. 1991, ‘Egoism’, in Singer (ed.) 1991, 197-204.

Bala, A. 2006, The dialogue of civilizations in the birth of modern science, New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Ballentine, L.E. 1970, ‘The statistical inter­pretation of quantum mecha­nics’, Review of Modern Physics 42: 358-381.

Banville, J. 1981, Kepler, Amsterdam 1986: Meulenhoff.

Barbour, I. 1990, Religion in an age of science, London: SCM Press.

Barrow, J.D. 1988, The world within the world, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Barrow, J.D. 1990, Theories of everything, Oxford: Clarendon (Theorieën over alles, Amsterdam 1992: Contact).

Barrow, J.D. 1992, Pi in the sky, Counting, thinking and being, Oxford: Oxford University Press; London 1993: Penguin.

Barrow, J.D., Tipler, F.J. 1986, The anthropic cos­mological princi­ple, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Barth, K. 1957, Kirchliche Dogmatik, Ausgewählt und eingeleitet von H. Gollwitzer, Frankfurt am Main: Fischer (original edition 1932-1967).

Basalla, G. (ed.) 1968, The rise of modern science, Lexington, Mass..: Heath and Co.

Basden, A. 2005, ‘Brief comments on Stafleu’s proposal for a new political aspect’, Philosophia Reformata 70: 70-75.

Basden, A. 2014, 'Understanding artefacts related to human aspects: The case of information technology and systems',  Koers 79, nr.3.

Bastin, T. (ed.) 1971, Quantum theory and beyond, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Baumeister, T. 2001, De filosofie en de kunsten, Van Plato tot Beuys, Budel: Damon.

Beckert, S. 2014, Empire of cotton, A global history, New York: Vintage.

Beer, A., Beer, P. (eds.) 1975, Kepler, Oxford: : Pergamon.. 

Beer, A., Strand, K.A. (eds.) 1975, Copernicus, Oxford: : Pergamon.

Belinfante, F.J. 1975,  Measurements and time reversal in objective quantum theory, Oxford.

Bellone, E. 1980, A world on paper, Studies on the second scientific revolution, Cambridge Mass. 1982: MIT-Press.

Bentley, M. (ed.) 1997, Companion to historiography, London: Routledge.

Bentley, M. 1997, ‘Introduction: approaches to modernity: Western historiography since the Enlightenment’, in Bentley (ed.) 1997, 395-506.

Berkel, K. van 1983, Isaac Beeckman, Amsterdam: Rodopi.

Berkhof, H. 1958, Christus, de zin der geschiedenis, Nijkerk 1962 (vierde gewijzigde druk): Callenbach.

Berkson, W. 1974, Fields of force, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul.

Berlin, I. 2006, Political ideas in the romantic age, Their rise and influence on modern thought, London: Random House.

Beth, E.W. 1944a, De wijsbegeerte der wiskunde van Parmenides tot Bolzano, Antwerpen: Standaard.

Beth, E.W. 1944b, De wijsbegeerte der wiskunde, Antwerpen: Standaard.

Beth, E.W. 1948, Natuurphilosophie, Gorinchem: Noorduijn.

Beth, E.W. 1950, Wijsgerige ruimteleer, Antwerpen: Standaard.

Blackmore, J.T. 1972, Ernst Mach, His life, work, and influence, Berkeley: University of California Press.

Blake, R.M. Ducasse, C.J., Madden, E.H. 1966, Theories of scientific method, The Renaissance through the nineteenth century, Seattle: University of Washington Press.

Blumenberg, H. 1975, Die Genesis der kopernikanischen Welt, Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp.

Bock, W.J., Wahlert, G.von 1965, ‘Adaptation and the form-function complex’, Evolution 19, 269-299, reprinted in Allen et al. (eds.) 1998, 117-167.

Boey, K. 2002, ‘Het katholieke denken’, in Brugmans (red.) 2002, 177-217.

Böhler, B. 2004, Crisis in de rechtstaat, Spraakmakende zaken, verborgen processen, Amsterdam: Arbeiderspers.

Bohm, D. 1957, Causality and chance in modern physics, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul; Causaliteit en waar­schijn­lijkheid in de moderne fysica, Utrecht 1963: Spectrum.

Bohr, N. 1913, ‘On the constitution of atoms and molecules’, Philosophical Magazine 26: 1-19; in: Lindsay (ed.) 1979, 271-289.

Bohr, N. 1934, Atomic theory and the description of nature, Cambrid­ge 1961: Cambridge University Press (Atoomtheorie en natuur­beschrijving, Utrecht 1966: Spectrum).

Bohr, N. 1949, ‘Discussion with Einstein on epistemological problems in atomic physics’, in Schilpp (ed.) 1949, 199-241.

Bohr, N. 1958, Atomic physics and human knowledge, New York: Wiley; Atoom­fysica en menselijke kennis, Utrecht 1967: Spectrum.

Bohr, N. 1963, Essays 1958-1962 on atomic physics and human knowled­ge, New York: Interscience.

Bohr, N., Kramers, H.A., Slater, J.C. 1924, ‘The quantum theory of radiation’, Philosophical Magazine 47: 785-802; reprinted in van der Waerden (ed.) 1967: 159-176.

Bolhuis, J.J., Hogan, J.A. (eds.) 1999, Animal behavior, A reader, Malden, Mass.: Blackwell.

Bommel, A. van 2003, ‘Islamitisch wijsgerig denken’ in Brugmans (red.) 2003, 295-338.

Boole, G. 1854, An investigation of the laws of thought, New York 1958: Dover.

Borgmann, A. 1984, ‘Focal things and practices’, reprinted in Scharff, Dusek (eds.) 2003: 293-314.

Bork, A.M. 1963, `Maxwell, displacement current and symmetry', American Journal of Physics 31, 854-859.

Born, M. 1949, Natural philosophy of cause and chance, New York 1964: Dover.

Borradori, G. 2003, Jürgen Habermas & Jacques Derrida, Filosofie in een tijd van terreur, Kampen 2004: Klement (Philosophy in a time of terror – Dialogues with Jürgen Habermas & Jacques Derrida, Chicago 2003: University of Chicago Press).

Bos, A.P. 1996, Geboeid door Plato, Kampen: Kok.

Bos, H.J.M. et al. (eds.) 1980, Studies on Christiaan Huygens, Lisse: Swets and Zeitlinger.

Bots, J. 1972, Tussen Descartes en Darwin, geloof en natuurwetenschap in de 18de eeuw in Nederland, Assen: Van Gorkum.

Bowler, P.J. 1989, Evolution, The history of an idea, Berkeley: University of California Press, first edition 1983, revised 1989.

Boyd, R. 1999, ‘Homeostasis, species, and higher taxa’, in Wilson (ed.) 1999: 141-185.

Boyer, C.B. 1939, The history of the calculus and its conceptual development, New York 1959: Dover.

Boyne, R. 2000, ‘Structuralism’, in Turner (ed.) 2000, 160-190.

Bradley, J. 1971, Mach's philosophy of science, London: Athlone.

Braithwaite, R.B. 1953, Scientific explanation, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Braudel, F. 1949, De middellandse zee (drie delen), Amsterdam 1992-1993: Contact (La Méditerranée (trois parts), 1949, herziene uitgave 1979, Paris: Librairie Armand Colin).

Bridgman, P.W. 1927,  The logic of modern physics, New York 1954: MacMillan..

Brillouin, L. 1964, Scientific uncertainty and informati­on, New York: Academic Press.

Brink, G. van den 2004, Een publieke zaak, Theologie tussen geloof en wetenschap, Zoetermeer: Boekencentrum.

Brink, G. van den 2017,  En de aarde bracht voort. Christelijk geloof en evolutie, Utrecht Boekencentrum.

Brink, G. van den, Kooi, C. van der 2012, Christelijke dogmatiek, Een inleiding, Zoetermeer: Boekencentrum..

Broad, C.D. 1975, Leibniz, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Brody, B.A. (ed.) 1970, Readings in the philosophy of science, Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Bromberg, J.L. 1967, `Maxwell's displacement current and his theory of light', Archive for history of the exact sciences 4, 218-234.

Bromberg, J.L. 1968, `Maxwell's electrostatics', American Journal of Physics 36, 142-151.

Brooke, J.H. 1992, ‘Natural law in the natural sciences’,  Science and Christian Beliefs, 4: 83-103.

Brown, H.I. 1977, Perception, theory and commitment, Chicago: Precedent Publishing Company.

Brown, J.R. 1999, Philosophy of mathematics, London: Routledge.

Brown, L.M., Pais, A., Pippard B. (eds.) 1995, Twentieth century physics, 3 vols., Bristol: Institute of Physics, New York: American Institute of Physics.

Brown, T.M. 1969, `The electric current in early 19th century French physics', Historical Studies in the Philosophy of Science 1, 61-103.

Brüggemann, J.D. 1989, Humanisering van de arbeid, Bijdrage tot de ontwikkeling van een humaniseringsmodel, Amsterdam: proefschrift Universiteit van Amsterdam.

Brüggemann-Kruyff, A.T. (1981-82), `Tijd als omslui­ting, tijd als ontsluit­ing’, Philosophia Reformata 46: 119-163, 47: 41-68.

Brugmans, E. (red.) 2002, Cultuurfilosofie, Katholieke, reformatorische, humanistische, islamitische en joodse reflecties over onze cultuur, Budel: Damon.

Brush, S.G. (ed.) 1965-1972, Kinetic theory, Selected readings in physics, 3 vols., Oxford: Pergamon.

Brush, S.G. 1976, The kind of motion we call heat, 2 vols., Amsterdam: North Holland.

Brush, S.G., Everitt, C.W.F. 1969, ‘Maxwell, Osborne Reynolds, and the radiometer’, Historical Studies in the Philosophy of Science 1, 105-125.

Büchel, W. 1968, ‘Zur Begründung and Deutung der Relativitätstheorie’, Philosophia Naturalis 10: 211-236.

Buchwald, J.Z. 1994, The creation of scientific effects, Heinrich Hertz and electric waves, Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Buckle, S. 1991, ‘Natural law’, in Singer (ed.) 1991, 161-174.

Bunge, M. 1959a, Causality, New York 1963: World Publ. Comp.

Bunge, M. 1959b, Metascientific queries, Springfield Ill: C.C.Thomas.

Bunge, M. 1967a, Foundations of physics, Berlin: Springer.

Bunge, M. (ed.) 1967a, Quantum theory and reality, Berlin: Springer.

Bunge, M. (ed.) 1967b, The critical approach to science and philos­ophy, In honour of Karl R.Popper, London: Free Press.

Bunge, M. (ed.) 1967e, Quantum theory and reality, Berlin: Springer.

Bunge, M. (ed.) 1967g, Delaware seminar in the foundations of physics, Berlin: Springer.

Bunge, M. 1967b, Scientific research, I: The search for system, II: The search for truth, Berlin: Springer.

Bunge, M. 1967c, ‘Physical axiomatics’, Review of Modern Physics 39: 463-474.

Burckhardt, J. 1905, Staat, religie en cultuur in wereldhistorisch perspectief, Kampen 1995: Agora (capita selecta uit Weltgeschichtlichte Betrachtungen, 1905).

Burke, P. 2004, Wat is cultuurgeschiedenis? Utrecht 2007: Bijleveld (What is cultural history? Cambridge 2004: Polity Press).

Burke, P. 2005, History and social theory, second edition, Cambridge: Polity Press.

Burleigh, M. 2005, Aardse machten, Religie en politiek in Europa van de Franse revolutie tot de Eerste Wereldoorlog, Amsterdam 2006: De Bezige Bij (Earthly powers, London 2005: Harper Collins).

Burleigh, M. 2006, Heilige doelen, Religie en politiek in Europa van de Europese dictators tot Al Qaida, Amsterdam 2006: De Bezige Bij (Sacred causes, London 2005: Harper Collins).

Burns, R.M., Rayment-Pickard, H. (eds.) 2000, Philosophies of history, From enlightenment to postmodernity, Oxford: Blackwell.

Burtt, E.A. 1924, The metaphysical foundations of modern physical science, Garden City, N.Y. 1954: Doubleday.

Butterfield, H. 1949, The origins of modern science, 1300-1800, London 1968; Toronto 1968: Clarke, Unwin.

Bycroft, M. 2013, ‘Wonders in the Academy: The value of strange facts in the experimental research of Charles Dufay’, Historical Studies in the Philosophy of Science 43, 334-370.

Byerly, H.C., Lazara, V.A. 1973, ‘Realist foundations of measure­ment’, Philosophy of Science 40: 10-28.

 

Caenegem, R.C. van 1995, An introduction to western constitutional law, Cambridge 2003: Cambridge University Press.

Cahoone, L. (ed.) 2003, From modernism to postmodernism, An anthology (expanded second edition, first edition 1996), Oxford: Blackwell.

Cairns, G.E. 1962, Philosophy of history, New York: Philosophical Library.

Calhoun, C. 2000, ‘Social theory and the public sphere’, in Turner (ed.) 2000: 505-544.

Callen, H.B. 1960, Thermodynamics, New York: Wiley.

Calvijn, J. 1559, Institutie of onderwijzing in den christelijken godsdienst, drie delen, Delft 1931: Meinema (Institutio christianae religionis, 1559, eerste uitgave 1536).

Campbell, N.R. 1921, What is science ? New York 1952: Dover.

Campbell, N.R. 1928, An account of the principles of measurement and calculation, London: Longmans Green.

Caneva, K.L. 1978, `From galvanism to electrodynamics', Historical Studies in the Philosophy of Science 9, 1-61.

Caneva, K.L. 1997, ‘Colding, Oersted and the meanings of force’, Historical Studies in the Philosophy of Science 28, 1-138.

Caneva,  K.L. 2005, ‘’Discovery’ as a site for the collective construction for scientific knowledge’, Historical Studies in the Physical Sciences 35 (2005) 175-291.

Cantor, G.N. 1991, Michael Faraday,Sandemanian and scientist, Houndmills, Basingstoke: MacMillan.

Cantore, E. 1969, Atomic order, Cambridge Mass: MIT Press.

Cantore, E. 1977, Scientific man, New York: Institute for Scientific Humanism.

Čapek, M. 1961, The philosophical impact of contem­porary physics, Prince­ton, N.J.: Van Nostrand.

Cardwell, D.S.L. 1971, From Watt to Clausius, London: Heinemann..

Cardwell, D.S.L. 1972, Technology, science and history, London: Heinemann (Turning points in western technol­ogy, New York: Neale Watson).

Cardwell, D.S.L. 1989, James Joule, A biography, Manchester Manchester University Press.

Carnap, R. 1928, Der logische Aufbau der Welt,  Hamburg 1974 (The logical structure of the world and pseudoproblems in philosophy, Berkeley 1967).

Carnap, R. 1939, Foundations of logic and mathematics, Chicago 1970: University of Chicago Press.

Carnap, R. 1950, Logical foundations of probability, Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Carnap, R. 1966, Philosophical foundations of physics, New York: Basic Books.

Carnot, S. 1824, Reflections on the motive power of fire, New York 1960: Dover (Réflexions sur la puissance motrice du feu, Paris 1824,1978: Vrins).

Carroll, J. 2004, De teloorgang van de westerse cultuur, Een andere kijk op 500 jaar humanisme, Wormer 2006: Inmerc (The wreck of Western culture – Humanism revisited, Carlton North, Australia: Scribe Publications).

Carroll, J.W. 1994, Laws of nature, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Carroll, N. 2001, ‘Formalism’, in Gaut, Lopes (eds.) 2001, 87-96.

Carter, C.L. 2001, ‘Sculpture’, in Gaut, Lopes (eds.) 2001, 503-517.

Cartledge, P. 1997, ‘Historiography and ancient Greek self-definition’, in Bentley (ed.) 1997: 23-42.

Cartwright, N. 1983, How the laws of physics lie, Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Cassirer, E. 1910, Substance and function; 1921, Einstein’s theory of relativity, New York 1953: Dover (Substanzbegriff und FunktionsbegriffZur Einstein’schen Relativitätstheorie).

Cassirer, E. 1944, An essay on man, An introduction to a philosophy of human culture, New Haven: Yale University Press.

Castells, M. 2000, The information age: economy, society and culture. Volume I: The rise of the network society (second edition 2000; first edition 1996), Oxford: Blackwell.

Cat, J. 1998, ‘The physicists’ debates on unification in physics at the end of the 20th century’, Historical Studies in the Philosophy of Science 28: 253-299.

Cat, J. 1998, ‘The physicists’ debates on unification in physics at the end of the 20th century’, Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences 28: 253-299.

Chalmers, A.F. 1973a, `Maxwell's methodology and his applica­tion of it to electromagnetism', Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science 4, 107-164.

Chalmers, A.F. 1973b, `The limitations of Maxwell's electro­magnetic theory', Isis 64, 469-483.

Chang, H. 2001,  ‘Spirit, air, and quicksilver: The search for the “real” scale of temperature’, Historical Studies in the Philosophy of Science 31: 249-284.

Chaplin, J. 1995, ‘Dooyeweerd’s notion of societal structural principles’, Philosophia Reformata 60: 16-36.

Chaplin, J. 2011, Herman Dooyeweerd, Christian philosopher of state and civil society, Notre Dame, Indiana: University of Notre Dame Press.

Charles, D. Lennon, K. (eds.) 1992, Reduction, explanation, and realism, Oxford: Clarendon.

Christianson, J.R. 2000, On Tycho’s island, Tycho Brahe, Science and culture in the sixteenth century, abridged edition 2003, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Chua, A. 2018, Political tribes, Group instinct and the fate of nations, London: Bloomsbury.

Churchland, P.S. 1986, Neurophilosophy, Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press.

Churchman, C.W., Ratoosh, P. (eds.) 1959, Measurement, definitions and theories, New York: Wiley.

Clark, P. 1976, `Atomism versus thermodynamics', in: Howson (ed.) 1976, 41-105.

Clarke, D.M. 2006, Descartes, A biography, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Clausius, R. 1857, ‘On the nature of motion which we call heat’, Philosophical magazine 14,108-127, reprinted in Brush (ed.) 1965, 111-134; Lindsay (ed.) 1979, 128-147 (‘Über die Art der Bewegung die wir Wärme nennen’, Annalen der Physik 100, 353-379).

Clausius, R. 1858, ‘On the mean lengths of the paths described by the separate molecules of gaseous bodies’, Philosophical Magazine 17: 81-91 (1859); in: Brush (ed.) 1965: 135-147; Lindsay (ed.) 1979: 148-158 (‘Über die mittlere Länge der Wege …’, Annalen der Physik 105: 239-258).

Clavelin, M. 1968, The natural philosophy of Galileo, Cambridge Mass. 1974: MIT Press (La philosophie naturelle de Galilée, Paris 1968: Colin).

Clay, J. 1915, Schets eener kritische geschiedenis van het begrip natuurwet in de nieuwere wijsbegeerte, Leiden: Brill.

Cliteur, P. 2002, ‘Grondslagen van de democratische rechtsstaat’, in Brugmans (ed.) 2002: 605-637.

Clouser, R. 2016, ‘Reading genesis’, Perspectives on science and christian faith, 68 (4), 1-25.

Clouser, R.A. 1991, The myth of religious neutrality, An essay on the hidden role of religious belief in theories, Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press. (Second revised edition 2005).

Clouser, R.A. 1991b, ‘Genesis on the origin of the human race’, Perspecti­ves 43: 2-13.

Cohen, H.F. 1980b, ‘Christiaan Huygens on consonance and the division of the octave’, in: Bos et al. (eds.) 1980, 271-301.

Cohen, H.F. 1994, The scientific revolution, A historiographical inquiry, Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 

Cohen, H.F. 1994, The scientific revolution, A historiographical inquiry, Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 

Cohen, H.F. 2010, How modern science came into the world. Four civilizations, one 17th century breakthrough, Amsterdam 2012: Amsterdam University Press.

Cohen, H.F.  2007, De herschepping van de wereld, Het ontstaan van de moderne natuurwetenschap verklaard, Amsterdam: Bakker.

Cohen, I.B. 1941, Benjamin Franklin's experiments, Cambrid­ge Mass: Harvard University Press.

Cohen, I.B. 1952, Preface to Newton’s Opticks, in: Newton 1704, ix-lvii.

Cohen,  I.B. 1956, Franklin and Newton, Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society.

Cohen,  I.B. 1971, Introduction to Newton’s Principia, Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press.

Cohen,  I.B. 1973, ‘History and the philosophy of science’, in: Suppe (ed.) 1973.

Cohen,  I.B. 1980, The Newtonian revolution, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Cohen,  I.B. 1985, Revolution in science, Cambridge Mass: Harvard University Press.

Cohen, I.B. (ed.) 1958, Isaac Newton’s papers and letters on natural philosophy, Cambridge Mass.: Harvard University Press.

Cohen, I.B. 1974, ‘Newton’s theory vs. Kepler’s theory and Galileo’s theory’, in: Elkana (ed.) 1974, 299-338.

Cohen, I.B. 1990, Benjamin Franklin’s science, Cambridge Mass.: Harvard University Press.

Cohen, I.B. 2002, ‘Newton’s concepts of force and mass’, in: Cohen, Smith (eds.) 2002, 57-84.

Cohen, I.B., Smith G.E. (eds.) 2002, The Cambridge companion to Newton, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Cohen, M.R., Nagel, E. 1934, Introduction to logic and scientific method, London 1978: Routledge and Kegan Paul.

Cohen, R.S., Feyerabend, P.K., Wartofsky, M.W. (eds.) 1976, Essays in memory of Imre Lakatos, Dordrecht: Reidel.

Cohen, R.S., Seeger, R.J. (eds.) 1970, Ernst Mach, physicist and philosop­her, Dordrecht: Reidel.

Cohen, T. 2001, ‘Humor’, in Gaut, Lopes (eds.) 2001: 375-381.

Cole, S. 1992, Making science: between nature and society, Cambridge Mass.: Harvard University Press.

Coleman, J.L. (ed.) 1999, Readings in the philosophy of law, New York: Garland.

Colodny, R.G. (ed.) 1962 Frontiers of science and philoso­phy, London: Allen & Unwin.

Colodny, R.G. (ed.) 1962, Paradigms and paradoxes, Pitts­burgh: University of Pittsburgh Press.

Colodny, R.G. (ed.) 1965, Beyond the edge of certainty, Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice Hall.

Colodny, R.G. (ed.) 1970, The nature and function of scien­tific theories, Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press.

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