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Prof. Joseph Agassi

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Publications


BOOKS IN ENGLISH:

1. Towards an Historiography of Science, History and Theory, Beiheft 2, 1963. Viii + 117 pp; facsimile reprint, Middletown: Wesleyan University Press, 1967. Reprinted with corrections in JA, Science and Its History, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 253, 2008.

2. I. C. Jarvie ed., in consultation with JA, Hong Kong: a Society in transition. Contributions to the study of Hong Kong society. International Library of Sociology and Social Reconstruction. London: Routledge, 1969, 1998, 2013, xxix + 378 pp.

3. The Continuing Revolution: A History of Physics From The Greeks to Einstein, New York: McGraw Hill, 1968, 222 pp. (Italian, Hebrew, Japanese, and Chinese translations.)

4. Faraday as a Natural Philosopher, Chicago, Chicago University Press, 1971, xiv + 359 pp. (Chinese translation.)

5. Science in Flux, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 28, 1975, 523 pp. New: Prologue: On Stability and Flux; Towards a Theory of Ad Hoc Hypotheses, The Traditional Ad Hoc Use of Instrumentalism; Modified Conventionalism; Bartley’s Critique of Popper; Appendices on Kant and on Buber.

6. Yehuda Fried and JA, Paranoia: A Study in Diagnosis, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 50, 1976, 200 pp. (Hebrew Translation.)

7. Towards a Rational Philosophical Anthropology, The Hague: Kluwer, 1977, 370 pp.

8. Science and Society: Studies in the Sociology of Science, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 65, 1981. 500 pp. New: Science in its Social Setting; Was Wittgenstein Really Necessary?; The Autonomy of Science; Cultural Lag in Science; Scientific Schools and Their Success; Research Projects; What Makes a Scientific Golden Age?; Max Weber's Scientific Religion; Technocracy and Scientific Progress; Standards to Live By. (Italian version of the last item is Teoria e pratica della psicoanalisi, in Enzo Morpurgo, ed., La psicoanalisi tra scienza e filosofia, Torino: Loescher editore, 1981, 47-55.)

9. Yehuda Fried and JA, Psychiatry as Medicine, Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1983, 190 pp.

10. Technology: Philosophical and Social Aspects. Episteme, Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1985, xix + 261 pp.

11. The Gentle Art of Philosophical Polemics: Selected Reviews and Comments, LaSalle IL: Open Court, 1988, xii + 521 pp. New: “German Philosophy Englished”; “Analytic Philosophy Today”; “Grünbuam on (Popper and) Freud”; “Cohen Contra Kuhn”; “The Philosophy of Hans Albert”; “Karl Popper: A Retrospect”. (A port of the last item is reprinted as “The Artistic Metaphor” in Sonus, 6, 1985, 15-22.)

12. Nathaniel Laor and JA, Diagnosis: Philosophical and Medical Perspectives, Episteme, Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1990, xviii + 248 pp.

13. The Siblinghood of Humanity: Introduction to Philosophy. Delmar NY: Caravan Press, 1990, 1991, 245 pp. Chinese translation, 2015.

14. Radiation Theory and the Quantum Revolution, Basel: Birkhäuser, 1993, xii + 170 pp.

15. A Philosopher's Apprentice: In Karl Popper's Workshop, Series in the Philosophy of Karl R. Popper and Critical Rationalism, Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1993, xx + 252 pp. Second edition, revised and extended, Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2008, 400 pp.

16. Liberal Nationalism for Israel: Towards an Israeli National Identity, Jerusalem and New York: Gefen, 1999, 328 pp. Translation from the Hebrew book of 1984 with a new Preface to the English language edition. Available for free on Google Books: http://books.google.com/books?id=oG0pauFGsMcC&printsec=frontcover&dq=agassi + liberal&hl=en&ei=Fc7gTbnoJIy8-Qato-22Bg&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=book-thumbnail&resnum=1&ved=0CCsQ6wEwAA#v=onepage&q&f=false.
Paperback edition, Nabu Press, Charleston NC 2012.

17. Science and Culture, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 231, 2003, xxii + 434 pp. New: three prefaces; Science and Controversy; The Two Books; Philosophy without Science; The Inner World; Science as a Public Enterprise; Science and Commonsense; The Siblinghood of Humanity; For Public Responsibility for Spaceship earth. (Chinese translation.)

18. JA and I. C. Jarvie, A Critical Rationalist Aesthetics, Series in the Philosophy of Karl R. Popper and Critical Rationalism, Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2008, x + 192 pp.

19. JA and Abraham Meidan, Philosophy from a Skeptical Perspective, NY and Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008, xv + 163 pp.

20. Science and Its History: A Reassessment of the Historiography of Science, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 253, 2008, xxii + 500 pp. New: Chroniclers in the Courts of Science: Preliminary Essays on the Traditions and the History of Science; Corrections: Between the Philosophy and the History of Science; Scientific Disagreement; The Desire for Reason and the Rise of Modern Science: The Role of Maimonides.

21. The Very Idea of Modern Science: Francis Bacon and Robert Boyle, Boston Studies in the Philosophy and History of Science. 298, 2013.

22. The Hazard Called Education Essays, Reviews and Dialogues on Education from Forty-Five Years, Ronald Swartz and Sheldon Richmond, editors, with a Foreword by Ian Winchester, Sense Publisher (Springer), Rotterdam, 2014. Previously unpublished: Planning of Science and Science Education; Disseminating Education for the Democratic Way of Life Now.

23. Popper and his Popular critics: Thomas Kuhn, Paul Feyerabend, Imre Lakatos; Cham, Switzerland, Springer Briefs in Philosophy, 2014, xx + 148 pp.

24. JA and Abraham Meidan, Beg to Differ: The Logic of Disputes and Argumentation. Springer, 2016; pp x + 138.

BOOKS IN HEBREW:

1. Letters to My Sister Concerning Contemporary Philosophy, Omer: Sarah Batz, 1976, 1977. New enlarged edition, Tel Aviv, Yedioth Aharonoth Books and Chemed Books, 2000.

2. JA and Dov Rappel, Philosophy of Education: A Philosophical Dialogue, Israeli Ministry of Defense, 1979, 92 pp.

3. Between Faith and Nationality: Towards an Israeli National Identity, Tel Aviv: Papirus, Tel Aviv University, 1984. Second Edition, Revised and enlarged, 1993, 2014. English translation, 1999.

4. JA, Moshe Berent, and Judith Buber Agassi, Israeli National Awareness, Discussion Paper No. 11-88, 1988. Sapir Center for Development, Tel Aviv University.

5. Albert Einstein: Unity and Diversity, Israeli Ministry of Defense, 1989, 1994, and 2000, 124 pp.

6. The Philosophy of Technology, Israeli Ministry of Defense, 1990.

7. JA, Judith Buber Agassi and Moshe Berent, Who is an Israeli? Rehovot: Kivunim, 1991. A variant of the Discussion Paper.

8. The History of Modern Philosophy from Bacon to Kant (1600-1800): An Introduction. Tel Aviv: Ramot, Tel Aviv University, 1993 and reprints.

9. An Introduction to Modern Philosophy, Israeli Ministry of Defense, 1996.

10. Yeshayahu Leibowitz and JA, Chemi Ben-Noon, editor, Conversations Concerning the Philosophy of Science, Israeli Ministry of Defense, 1996.

11. Yeshayahu Leibowitz and JA, Chemi Ben-Noon, editor, The Limits of Reason: Thought, Science and Religion; Yeshayahu Leibowitz and Joseph Agassi in Conversation, Jerusalem: Keter, 1997.

12. The New Enlightenment, Tel Aviv: Modan and Israeli Ministry of Defense, 2011.

BOOKS IN ITALIAN:

1. Scienza, metodolgia e societá, Michael Segre, ed., Roma: LUISS University Press, 2000, 2004. 186 pp.

2. Michael Segre, Accademia e società, Conversazioni con Joseph Agassi, Rubbettino Editore, Soveria Mannelli, 2004, 129 pp.

3. La filosofia e l’individuo: Come un filosofo della scienza vede la vita. Roma: Di Renzo Editore, 2005. 92 pp.

BOOKS EDITED

Psychiatric Diagnosis: Proceedings of an International Interdisciplinary Interschool Symposium, Bielefeld Universität, 1978, Philadelphia: Balaban Intl. Science Service, 1981, 184 pp. available for free on Google Books: http://books.google.com/books?id=NFn6dt_shz0C&pg=PA1&dq=agassi + psychiatric&hl=en&ei=KtXgTcaWIoOF-waeys3QBg&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=3&ved=0CDQQ6AEwAg#v=onepage&q&f=false

2. JA and Robert S. Cohen, Scientific Philosophy Today: Essays in Honor of Mario Bunge, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 67, 1982. 503 pp.

3. JA and I. C. Jarvie, Rationality: The Critical View, Dordrecht: Nijhoff, 1987. xi + 462 pp; reprint, 2012.

4. Hebrew Translation (by Aharon Amir) of Karl Popper’s The Open Society and Its Enemies, Jerusalem, Shalem Publications, 2003 and reprints.

5. Stefano Gattei and J. A., Paul K. Feyerabend, Physics and Philosophy, Philosophical Papers Volume 4, Cambridge University Press, 2015, Pp. xxxv + 386.

6. Pisano R, Agassi J, Drozdova D (eds)., 2017. Hypotheses and Perspectives in the History and Philosophy of Science. Homage to Alexandre Koyré 1964–2014. Springer, Dordrecht.


BOOKS BY ERNEST GELLNER, edited by I. C. Jarvie and JA

1973 Preface to and editing of Cause and Meaning in the Social Sciences, London and Boston: Routledge.

1974 Preface to and editing of Contemporary Thought and Politics, London and Boston: Routledge.

1974 Preface to and editing of The Devil in Modern Philosophy, London and Boston: Routledge.

1979 Preface to and editing of Spectacles and Predicaments, Essays on Social Theory, Cambridge University Press.

1985 Editing and Introduction to Relativism and the Social Sciences, Cambridge University Press.

1987 Editing of Culture, Identity and Politics, Cambridge University Press

ITALIAN TRANSLATIONS:

1. Epistemologia, metafisica, e storia della scienza, Italian translation of “The Confusion Between Physics and Metaphysics in Standard Histories of Science”, “The Confusion Between Science and Technology in Standard Philosophies of Science”, “The Novelty of Popper's Philosophy of Science”, and “Science in Flux: Footnotes to Popper”. Rome: Armando, 1978. Reissued, 1997 under the title, Scienza in Divinta, Note a Popper. An excerpt from this book appeared in Giorgio Brianese, ed., Congetturi e confutazioni di Popper e il dibattito epistemologico post-popperiano, Torino: Pavia, 1988, 189-92.

2. La filosofia dell uomo libero: verso una storiografia della scienza. Italian translation of Towards an Historiography of Science. Rome: Armando, 1978.

3. Dialogo senza fine: una storia della scienza dai Greci ad Einstein, Translation of The Continuing Revolution: A History of Physics from the Greeks to Einstein. Roma: Armando, 1979.

4. Le radici metafisiche delle teorie scientifiche; Italian translation of “The Nature of Scientific Problems and Their Roots in Metaphysics”, “What is a Natural Law?”, “Unity and Diversity in Science”, and “The Logic of Science and Metaphysics”, Rome: Borla, 1983. Excerpts from this book had appeared in Arcangelo Rossi, ed., Popper e la filosofia della scienza, Sansori, Firenze, 1975, 99-102; also, Giancarlo Brianese, ed., Congetturi e confutazioni di Popper e il dibattito epistemologico post-popperiano, Torino: Parvia, 1988, 184-8; and Dario Antiseri, ed., Karl R. Popper, Logica della ricerca e soicetá aperta, Brescia: La scuola, 1989, 340-5.

HEBREW TRANSLATIONS:

1. The Continuing Revolution, Dvir, Tel Aviv, 1977.

2. Yehuda Fried and JA, Paranoia: A Study in Diagnosis. Tel Aviv: Hakibutz Hameuhad, 1997.

SPANISH TRANSLATIONS:

1. Kurt Klappholz and JA, , Revista de Economica, 78-79, 1963, 259-77; “Methodological Prescriptions in Economics”, Economica, 1959, 60-74.

2. “Fisica” (in Spanish), Diccionario Enciclopedia Salvat Universal, Barcelona: Salvat, 11, 191-4.

3. “Corroboraciones espuria y genuina” (in Spanish), in Enrique Suãres-Iñiguez, ed., El poder de los argumentos, Coordinación de humanidades, Mexico City: UNAM and Porra Press, 1997, 181-205. English version, 2006.

4. “El futuro de la universidad”, in Leticia Mayer y Roberto Varia, eds., Los Grandes Problemas de la Ciencia y la Tecnologia, Mexico City: Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, 1994. 63-73.

PORTUGUESE TRANSLATION:

1. C. Jarvie and JA, (in Portuguese, with English abstract)“Por uma sociologia crítica da ciência” (“Towards a Critical Sociology of Science"), Sociologias, Brazil, 2011, 13, 43-83.

English version

"Contemporary European Philosophy, After Half-a-Century", Polish Journal of Philosophy 5, 2011, 139 – 148.

GREEK TRANSLATION:

Pamphlet No. 4 of the European Political Institute, Two essays in Greek: “The Logic of Political Extremes” and “Faith in the Open Society”, with a Preface by Dimitri Dimitrakos, Athens, May 1985; English versions of both, 1989.

JAPANESE TRANSLATION

1. The Continuing Revolution, with a new preface to the Japanese edition, Tokyo, Kodansha Bluebacks, 2002.

CHINESE TRANSLATIONS

1. Faraday as a Natural Philosopher, Beijing, The Commercial Press, 1998.

2. Science and Culture, Beijing, China Renmin University Press 2006.

3. The Siblinghood of Humanity: Introduction to Philosophy, 2015. Translation of the 1990, 1991 book.

4. The Continuing Revolution, 2015.

TRANSLATIONS INTO HEBREW

Karl R. Popper, The Logic of Scientific Discovery. Alouette publications, Ramat-Gan Israel, forthcoming.

ARTICLES

SIF = Reprinted in Science In Flux, 1975

SAS = Reprinted in Science and Society, 1981

Gent = Reprinted in The Gentle Art of Philosophical Polemics, 1988

Rat = Reprinted in Rationality: The Critical View, 1987

SAC = Reprinted in Science and Culture, 2003

SAH = Reprinted in Science and Its History, 2008.

HAZ = Reprinted in The Hazard Called Education, 2014.

PPC = Reprinted in Popper and his Popular critics, 2014.

 

1957

“Duhem versus Galileo”, review of Pierre Duhem, Aim and Structure of Physical Theory and of Galileo, Dialogue on the Two World Systems, Brit. J. Phil. Sci., 8, 1957, 237-248. (Gent)

1958

“A Hegelian View of Complementarity”, review of E. Cassirer, Determinism and Indeterminism, Brit. J. Phil. Sci., 9, 1958, 57-63.

“Koyré on the History of Cosmology”, review of Alexandre Koyré, From the Closed World, Brit. J. Phil. Sci., 9, 1958, 234-245.

“Commonsense Social Theory”, review of Ludwig von Mises, Theory and History, Times Literary Supplement, 16 May 1958.

1959

“How are Facts Discovered?”, Impulse, 10, 1959, 1-3. (SIF)

“Epistemology as an Aid to Science”, Brit. J. Phil. Sci., 10, 1959, 135-146. (SAS)

“Corroboration versus Induction”, Brit. J. Phil. Sci., 9, 1959, 311-17.

“Jacob Katz on Jewish Social History”, review of Jacob Katz, Tradition and Crisis, Jewish J. Soc., 1, 1959, 261-5.

“The Stoic Background to Science”, review of S. Sambursky, The Physics of the Stoics, New Scientist, 5, 1959, 811.

“The Philosophy of Science”, review of John Kemeny, A Philosopher Looks at Science, New Scientist, 5, 1959, 888.

Letter to the Editor on The Logic of Scientific Discovery, New Scientist, 5, 1959, 932.

Review of H. Feigl et al., Minnesota Studies in the Philosophy of Science, 2, Mind, 68, 1959, 275-77. (Gent)

“Wittgenstein the Elusive”, two letters to the editor, Times Literary Supplement, 22 and 29 May 1959.

Kurt Klappholz and JA, “Methodological Prescriptions in Economics”, Economica, 1959, 60-74. (Spanish translation, Revista de Economica, 78-79, 1963, 259-77; reprinted in D. R. Kamerschen, ed., Readings in Microeconomics, Cleveland and NY: World Publn. Co., 1967, 60-74.)

1960

“Methodological Individualism”, Brit. J. Soc., 11, 1960, 244-70. (Reprinted in John O'Neill, ed., Modes of Individualism and Collectivism, London: Heinemann, 1973, 185-212; Peter J. Boettke, ed., The Legacy of Friedrich von Hayek, Cheltenham, UK: Elgar, vol. 2, 173-99; Rat; Italian translation in Scienza, metodolgia e societá.)

Review of J. K. Feibelman, Inside the Great Mirror, Brit. J. Phil. Sci., 11, 1960, 83-4.

Review of P. W. Bridgman, The Way Things Are, Philosophy, 35, 1960, 374-5.

Kurt Klappholz and JA, “A Rejoinder”, Economica, 27, 1960, 160-1.

1961

“An Unpublished Paper by the Young Faraday”, Isis, 52, 1961, 87-90.

“Does Hong Kong Need Economic Reform?” Far Eastern Econ. Rev., 29, 1961, 667-8.

“The Role of Corroboration in Popper's Methodology”, Australasian J. Philos., 39, 1961, 81-91. (SIF)

Review of F. Kaufmann, Methodology of Social Sciences, Econometrica, 29, 1961, 100-1.

1963

“Between Micro and Macro”, Brit. J. Phil. Sci., 14, 1963, 26-31.

“Empiricism versus Inductivism”, Phil. Stud., 14, 1963, 85-6. (SIF)

Review of E. Nagel et al., eds., Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science, Isis, 54, 1963, 405-7.

1964

“The Nature of Scientific Problems and Their Roots in Metaphysics”, in Mario Bunge, ed., The Critical Approach: Essays in Honor of Karl Popper, NY: Free Press, 1964, 1998, 189-211. (SIF; Italian translation, Le radici etc.)

“The Confusion Between Physics and Metaphysics in Standard Histories of Science”, in H. Guerlac, ed., Ithaca, 1962, Paris, 1964, 231-50. (Polish translation, Zycie i Mysl, 16, 1966; Italian translation, Epistemologia etc., 1978; SIF)

“Analogies as Generalizations”, Phil. Sci., 31, 1964, 351-6. (Gent)

“Variations on the Liar's Paradox”, Studia Logica, 15, 1964, 237-8.

1965

Review of K. R. Popper, Conjectures and Refutations, Jewish J. Soc., 7, 1965, 144-6 (Gent)

1966

“Sensationalism”, Mind, 75, 1966, 1-24. (SIF)

“The Confusion Between Science and Technology in Standard Philosophies of Science”, Technology and Culture, 7, 1966, 348-66. (Reprinted in F. Rapp, ed., Contributions to the Philosophy of Technology, Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1974, 40-59; Italian translation, Epistemologia etc., 1978; SIF)

“Revolutions in Science, Occasional or Permanent?”, Organon, 3, 1966, 47-61. (SAS). Russian translation (1994).

“The Mystery of the Ravens”, Phil. Sci., 33, 1966, 395-402. (Gent)

“Starting on the Wrong Foot” (in Polish: “against the Science of Science”), Zycie i Mysl, 19, 1966, 49-51. (English version in Gent)

Review of Errol Harris, Foundations of Metaphysics in Science, Science, 154, 1966, 1047.

Review of R. Kahn, ed., Studies in Explanation, Philosophical Forum, 23, 1965-6, 49-52.

Review of T. S. Kuhn, The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, J. Hist. Philos., 4, 1966, 351-4. (Gent)

1967

“The Kirchhoff-Planck Radiation Law”, Science, 56, 1967, 61-7. Reprinted in Radiation Theory and the Quantum Revolution, 1993.)

“The Uniqueness of the Idealism of Parmenides” (in Hebrew), in S. Perlman and B. Shimron, eds., Doron, Jubilee Volume in Honour of Prof. Ben Zion Kats, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, 1967, 61-7.

“Planning for Success: A Reply to Professor Wisdom”, Technology and Culture, 8, 1967, 78-81. (Reprinted in F. Rapp, ed., Contributions to the Philosophy of Technology, Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1974, 64-8; SIF)

“The Correspondence Principle Revisited”, review of B. L. Van der Waerden, ed., Sources of Quantum Mechanics, Science, 157, 1967, 794-5.

Review of T. S. Kuhn et al., Sources of the History of Quantum Physics, Science, 156, 1967, 1589.

I. C. Jarvie and JA, “The Rationality of Magic”, Brit. J. Soc., 18 1967, 55-74. (Reprinted in B. Wilson, ed., Rationality, Oxford, Blackwell, 1970, 172-93; in Steve Bruce, ed., The Sociology of Religion , Cheltenham, U K: Elgar, Vol. 1, 148-167; German translation, Hans G. Kippenberg and Brigitte Luchesi, eds., Magie: Die sozialwissenschaftliche Kontroverse über das Verstehen fremde Denkens, Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1979, 120-49; Italian translation, Fabio Dei and Alessandro Simonicca, eds., Ragione e forme di vita, Milan: Angeli, 1990, 189-212. Rat)

Review of Gerald Holton Science and Culture. A Study of Cohesive and Disjunctive Forces, Isis, 58, 1967, pp. 116–118

1968

“Anthropomorphism in Science”, in Dictionary of the History of Ideas: Studies of Selected Pivotal Ideas, edited by P. P. Wiener, NY: Scribner, 1968, 1973, 87-91. (SAH). Russian Translation, (2013).

“The Novelty of Popper's Philosophy of Science”, Intl. Phil. Quarterly, 8, 1968, 442-63. (Italian translation, Epistemologia etc., 1978. SIF)

Homage to Norwood Russell Hanson, in R. S. Cohen and M. W. Wartofsky, eds., Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, In Memory of Norwood Russell Hanson, Vol. 3, 1968, Dordrecht, Kluwer, p. xi.

“Science in Flux: Footnotes to Popper”, in R. S. Cohen and M. W. Wartofsky, eds., Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 3, 1968, 293-323. (Italian translation, Epistemologia etc., 1978; Russian translation, Selection from Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Moscow: Progress, 1978. SIF)

“Precision in Theory and Measurement”, Phil. Sci., 35, 1968, 287-90. (SIF)

“The Logic of Technological Development”, Akten des XIV. Internationalen Kongress für Philosophie, Vienna: Herder, 1968, 483-88. (SIF)

“On the Limits of Scientific Explanation: Hempel and Evans-Pritchard”, Phil. Forum, 1, 1968, 87-91.

“Logical Positivism” and “Philosophy of Science” (in Hebrew), in D. Knaani, ed., Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 4, Tel Aviv: Sifriat Hapoalim, 1968.

“No More Discovery in Physics?”, review of Richard Schlegel, Completeness in Physics, Synthese, 18, 1968, 103-8.

“Changing Our Background Knowledge”, review of Mario Bunge, Scientific Research, 2 volumes, Synthese, 19, 1968-9, 453-64. (Gent)

Two Editor's Notes, Philosophical Forum, Volume 1, 1968, 3-5 and 123-6.

1969

“Letter to Diane: Popper on Learning from Experience”, American Phil. Quarterly, Monograph Series, No. 3, 1969, 162-70. (SIF; HAZ)

“Can Religion Go Beyond Reason?” Zygon, 4, 1969, 128-68. (SIF)

“Privileged Access”, Inquiry, 12, 1969, 420-6. (SIF)

“Sir John Herschel's Philosophy of Success”, Historical Studies in the Physical Sciences, 1, 1969, 1-36. (SAS)

“Leibniz's Place in the History of Physics”, J. Hist. Ideas, 30, 1969, 331-44.

Review of C. H. Danhof, Government Contracting and Technological Change, Physics Today, 24, 1969, 95.

“The Concept of Scientific Theory as Illustrated by the Practice of Bloodletting”, Medical Opinion and Review, 5, 1969, 156-69. (SAC)

“Unity and Diversity in Science”, in R. S. Cohen and M. W. Wartofsky, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 4, Dordrecht: Kluwer 1969, 463-522. (Italian translation, Le radici etc., 1983. SIF)

“Comments: Theoretical Entities versus Theories”, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 5, 1969, 457-9. (Gent)

“Fisica” (in Spanish), Diccionario Enciclopedia Salvat Universal, Barcelona: Salvat, 11, 191-4.

I. C. Jarvie, editor, in consultation with JA, Hong Kong: A Society in Transition, London and NY: Routledge and Praeger, 1969.

JA and I. C. Jarvie, “A Study in Westernization”, in I. C. Jarvie, editor, Hong Kong: A Society in Transition, London and NY: Routledge and Praeger, 1969, 129-63. (Rat)

1970

“Philosophy as Literature: The Case of Borges”, discussion of Jorge Luis Borges, Other Inquisitions, Mind, 39, 1970, 287-94.

“Positive Evidence as a Social Institution”, Philosophia, 1, 1970, 143-57. (SIF)

“Positive Evidence in Science and Technology”, Phil. Sci., 37, 1970, 261-70. (SIF)

“Can We Learn from History?” in Suzanne Delorme, ed., 12th congres intl. d'histoire des sciences, 1968: Actes. Paris: Blanchard, 1970, 22, 5-8.

“Duhem's Instrumentalism and Autonomism”, Ratio, 12, 1970, 148-50. (Also in German edition of Ratio; SIF.)

“The Origins of the Royal Society”, discussion of Margery Purver, The Royal Society: Concept and Creation, Organon, 7, 1970, 117-35. (SAS)

“The Preaching of John Holt”, a discussion of John holt, The Underachieving School, Interchange, 1, 1970, 115-18 (HAZ).

JA, I. C. Jarvie and Tom Settle, “The Ground of Reason”, Philosophy, 45, 1970, 43-50.

1971

“Qualifying Exams, Do They Qualify?”, Educational Forum, 35, 1971, 156-66.

“Kant's Program”, Synthese, 23, 1971, 18-23. Excerpt from Faraday as a Natural Philosopher, 1971.

“Tautology and Testability in Economics”, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 1, 1971, 49-63.

“What is a Natural Law?”, Studium Generale, 24, 1971, 1051-66. (SIF; Italian translation, Le radici etc., 1983.)

“The Standard Misinterpretation of Skepticism”, Philosophical Studies, 22, 1971, 49-50. (SIF)

“The Aims of Higher Education” (in Hebrew), Keshet, 13, 1971, 62-73.

“Agassi's Alleged Arbitrariness”, Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science, 2, 1971, 157-65. (Gent)

“On Explaining the Trial of Galileo”, review of Arthur Koestler, The Sleepwalkers, Organon, 8, 1971, 138-66. (SAS)

“Tristram Shandy, Pierre Menard, and All That: Comments on Criticism and the Growth of Knowledge” (Lakatos and Musgrave, eds.), Inquiry, 14, 1971, 152-64.(Gent)

Review of H. Reichenbach, Axiomatics of Special Relativity, Physics Today, 27, 1971, 49-50.

“Babylonian Numbering”, The Physics Teacher, 9, 1971, 222-3.

1972

“Sociologism in Philosophy of Science”, Metaphilosophy, 3, 1972, 103-22. (SAS)

“Imperfect Knowledge”, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 32, 1972, 465-77. (SIF)

“The Twisting of the I. Q. Test”, Philosophical Forum, 3, 1972, 260-72. (Finnish Translation, Paradoksi, 3, 1976, 164-85.)

“Scientific and Dogmatic Approaches in the History of Science” (in Hebrew), Keshet, 14, 1972,
122-35.

“Dimensional Analysis” (in Hebrew), Hebrew Encyclopedia, Tel Aviv: Masada, 23, 799-802.

“The Interface of Philosophy and Physics”, review of Mario Bunge, ed., Delaware Seminar, 2 vols., Phil. Sci., 39, 1972, 367-8.

“Listening in the Lull”, review of R. Borger and F. Cioffi, Explanation in the Behavioral Sciences, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 2, 1972, 317-32. (Gent)

Review of Theodore Mischel ed., Cognitive Development and Epistemology, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 2, 1972, 367-8.

1973

“Continuity and Discontinuity in the History of Science”, J. Hist. Ideas, 34, 1973, 609-26. (SAS)

“Rationality and the Tu Quoque Argument”, Inquiry, 16, 1973, 395-406. (Hebrew Translation, 1974; SAS)

“When Should We Ignore Evidence in Favour of a Hypothesis?”, Ratio, 15, 1973, 183-205. (Also in German edition of Ratio; SIF.)

“Random versus Unsystematic Observations”, Ratio, 15, 1973, 11-13. (Also in German edition of Ratio; SIF)

“Testing as a Bootstrap Operation”, Zeitschrift für allgemeine Wissenschaftstheorie, 4, 1973, 1-24. (SIF)

“Did Agnon Learn from Kafka?”, review of H. Barzel, Between Agnon and Kafka (in Hebrew), Keshet (in Hebrew), 15, 1973, 74-86.

JA and I. C. Jarvie, “Magic and Rationality Again”, Brit. J. Soc., 24, 1973, 236-45. (Rat.)

1974

“Conventions of Knowledge in Talmudic Law”, in Bernard Jackson, ed., Studies in Jewish Legal History, in Honour of David Daube, London: Jewish Chronicle Pblns, 1974; also published as a special issue of J. Jewish Studies, 25,1974, 16-34.

“The Logic of Science and Metaphysics”, Philosophical Forum, 5, 1974, 406-16. (Italian translation, Le radici etc., 1983, SIF)

“On Pursuing the Unattainable”, in R. S. Cohen and M. W. Wartofsky, eds., Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol., 11, Dordrecht, Kluwer, 1974, 249-57. (SAS)

“The Logic of Scientific Inquiry”, Synthese, 26, 1974, 498-514. (SAS)

“Criteria for Plausible Argument”, Mind, 83, 1974, 406-16. (SIF)

“Modified Conventionalism is More Comprehensive than Modified Essentialism”, in P.A. Schilpp, ed., The Philosophy of Karl Popper, LaSalle IL: Open Court, 693-6. An extract from a paper first published in 1975. (SIF)

“The Last Refuge of the Scoundrel”, Philosophia, 4, 1974, 315-17.

“Postscript: on the Futility of Fighting the Philistines: Karl Popper's Objective Knowledge”, Philosophia, 4, 1974, 163-201. (Gent)

T. Settle, JA, and I. C. Jarvie, “Towards a Theory of Openness to Criticism”, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 4, 1974, 83-90.

“Rationality and the Tu Quoque Argument” (Hebrew translation of a 1973 item), in Marcelo Dascal and Adi Porush, editors, The Rational and the Irrational, Beer-Sheva: Ben-Gurion University, 1975, 17-28.

1975

“Three Views of the Renaissance of Science”, Physis, 17, 1975, 1-21. (SAS)

“The Present State of the Philosophy of Science”, Philosophica, 15, 1975, 5-21. (SAS)

“Institutional Individualism”, Brit. J. Soc., 26, 1975, 144-55. (Rat; Italian translation in Scienza, metodolgia e societá| French translation in « Individualisme institutionnel » (1975) », Œconomia [En ligne], 2-4 | 2012, mis en ligne le 01 décembre 2012, consulté le 02 février 2016. URL : http://oeconomia.revues.org/1233 ; DOI : 10.4000/oeconomia.1233).

“Field Theory in De La Rive's Treatise”, Organon, 11, 1975, 285-301. (SAH)

“Determinism: Metaphysical versus Scientific”, Memoirs, 5th Intl. Congress of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science, London, Ont., 1975, p. V 1-4.

“Scientists as Sleepwalkers”, in Y. Elkana, ed., The Interaction Between Science and Philosophy, NY: Humanities, 1975, 391-405. Also discussion notes, 191-3, 284-6, 291, 439-43. (SAS)

“Genius in Science”, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 5, 1975, 145-61. (Hebrew version, Keshet, 16, 1974, 135-42; SAS)

“Between Metaphysics and Methodology”, Poznań Studies in the Philosophy of the Sciences and the Humanities, 1, 1975, 1-8. SAS)

“Spontaneity in the Arts” (in Hebrew), Close-up, 3-4, 1975, 1-21. (English translation, Poznań Studies in the Philosophy of the Sciences and the Humanities, 1976, 54-64.)

“Subjectivism: From Infantile Disease to Chronic Illness”, Synthese, 30, 1975, 3-14. (Gent)

“Replies to Critics”, Synthese, 30, 1975, 33-8. (Gent)

“Verisimilitude: Comments on David Miller”, Synthese, 30, 1975, 197-204.

“In Search of the Zeitgeist”, review of Lewis Feuer, Einstein and the Generation of Science, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 5, 1975, 339-42. (Gent)

“The Future of Berkeley's Instrumentalism”, review of R. J. Brook, Berkeley's Philosophy of Science, International Studies in Philosophy, 7, 1975, 167-78. (Gent)

JA and Paul T. Sagal, “The Problem of Universals”, Philosophical Studies, 28, 1975, 289-94.

Robert S. Cohen and JA, “Dinosaurs and Horses”, Synthese, 32, 1975, 233-47.

1976

“Causality and Medicine”, J. of Medicine and Philosophy, 1, 1976, 301-17.

“Medicine: Art or Science” (in Hebrew), Koroth, Quarterly for the History of Medicine, 7, 1976,
50-61.

“On the Philosophy of Technology”, Methodology and Science, 9, 1976, 41-50.

“Metaphysics as Regulative Ideas for Science”, Science et Metaphysique, Proceedings of the Fribourg Meeting of the International Academy for the Philosophy of Science, Brussels, 1976, 33-46. (Polish translation in A. Gröbler and I. Fiut, eds., The Methodology of Science: Selected Writings, Krakow, 1990.)

“Assurance and Agnosticism”, in A. C. Michalos and R. S. Cohen, eds., P. S. A. 1974, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 32, 1976, 449-54. (SIF)

“The Lakatosian Revolution”, in R. S. Cohen, P. K. Feyerabend, and M. W. Wartofsky, eds., Essays in Memory of Imre Lakatos, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 39, 1976, 9-21. (Gent)

“Can Adults Become Genuinely Bilingual?”, in A. Kasher, ed., Language in Focus, Bar-Hillel Memorial Volume, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 43, 1976, 473-84. (Gent)

“Verisimilitude: Popper, Miller, and Hattiangadi”, in Marian Przelecki et al., eds., Formal Methods in the Methodology of the Empirical Sciences, Warsaw: Ossolineum, and Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1976, 335-72.

“Justification By Society vs. Justificationism”, Philosophical Forum, 7, 1976, 364-6.

“Comments on Peirce's Review Essay: Philosophy”, Signs, 2, 1976, 512.

Review of James Stephenson, Francis Bacon and the Style of Science, Philosophy and Rhetoric, 9, 1976, 251-4. (Gent)

Review of J. Weizenbaum, Computer Power, Technology and Culture, 17, 1976, 813-16. (Gent)

Review essay of Paul Feyerabend, Against Method, Philosophia, 6, 1976, 165-177. (Gent)

“Reply to Professor Feyerabend”, Philosophia, 6, 1976, 190-1. (Gent)

A contribution to a symposium: Freud in the 70's (in Hebrew), Keshet, 18, 1976, 54-5.

1977

“Who Discovered Boyle's Law?”, Stud. Hist. and Phil. Sci., 8, 1977, 189-250. (SAH)

“Robert Boyle's Anonymous Writings”, Isis, 68, 1977, 284-7 (SAH).

“The Methodology of Research Projects: a Sketch”, Zeitschrift für allgemeine Wissenschaftstheorie, 8, 1977, 30-8. (SAS; a shorter version in PPC)

“Tradition and Revolution” (in Hebrew), in A. Kasher and J. Levinger, eds., The Yeshayahu Leibowitz Book, Tel Aviv: University Pbln, 1977, 79-89.

“Between Clarity and Rationality” (in Hebrew), Iyyun, The Jerusalem Philosophical Quarterly, 27, 1976-7, 147-52; English summary, 359; also published in J. Meltser, ed., Bar-Hillel Memorial Volume, Jerusalem: Magnes Press, Hebrew University, 1977.

“More Against the Principle of Loyalty” (in Hebrew), in M. Dascal, ed., The Just and the Unjust. Tel Aviv, University Pbln, 1977, 39-42.

“The Zeitgeist and Professor Feuer” and “Second Reply to Professor Feuer”, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 7, 1977, 251-3, 263. (Gent)

Review of the Georgescu-Roegen Festschrift, Technology and Culture, 18, 1974, 577-8.

1978

“Liberal Forensic Medicine”, J. of Medicine and Philosophy, 3, 1978, 226-41.

“Externalism”, Manuscrito, 2, 1978, 65-78. (SAS)

“The Ideological Import of Newton”, Vistas in Astronomy, 22, 1979, 419-30. (SAS)

“Technology, Mass Movements, and Rapid Social Change”, Research in Philosophy and Technology, 1, 1978, 53-64; Techné: Special Issue: Philosophy Of Technology in Search of Discourse Synthesis, a Book by Paul T. Durbin, 10, 2006, Ch. 7, 69-78.

“Shifting from Physical to Social Technology”, Research in Philosophy and Technology, 1, 1978, 199-212. (Reprinted in Technology and the Human Predicament, Greenwich CT: JAI Press, 1990.)

“In Defense of Standardized On Demand Publication”, in Miriam Balaban, ed., Scientific Information Transfer: The Editor's Role, Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1978, 133-9. (Republished as “Storage and Communication of Knowledge in SAS)

Glaube hat nichts mit Rationalität zu tun”, in O. Molden, ed., Konflikt und Ordnung, Verlag Molden, Wien, 1978, 58-64; (English version "Faith has nothing to do with rationality" in SAS)

“Logic and Logic of”, Poznań Studies in the Philosophy of the Sciences and the Humanities, 4, 1978, 1-11.

“Sex and Violence in the Cinema” (in Hebrew), Close-Up, 5, 1978, 74-82.

“Williams Dodges Agassi's Criticism”, Brit. J. Phil. Sci., 29, 1978, 248-52. (Gent)

“Movies Seen Many Times”, review of three books on movies, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 8, 1978, 398-405.

“Wittgenstein's Heritage” (Godfrey Vesey, ed., Understanding Wittgenstein), Erkenntnis, 13, 1978, 305-26. (Gent)

“Mach's Trial and Error” (his Knowledge and Error), Philosophia, 8, 1978, 305-26. (Gent)

John R. Wettersten and JA, “Rationality, Problems, Choice”, Philosophica, 22, 1978, 5-22. (Rat.)

1979

“The Philosophy and the Sciences of Man”, in Specificité des sciences humaines et tant des sciences, Proceedings of the Trento meeting of the International Academy for the Philosophy of Science, Brussels, 1979. Also published in Epistemologia 2, 1979, Special Issue, 155-66. (SAC)

“The Choice of Scientific Problems”, in J. Bårmark, ed., Perspectives in Metascience, The Törnebohm Festschrift, Göteborg: Göteborg UP, 1979, 13-25. (SAS)

Die Legitimation der Erkenntnis”, in O. Molden, ed. Wissen und Macht, Verlag Molden, Wien, 1979,
237-46; (English version,
“The Legitimation of Science”, Dialogos, 35, 1980, 27-35; SAS)

“Art and Science”, Scientia, 73, 1979, 127-140. (Italian translation, Scientia, 73, 1979, 141-52.) (SAC)

Wissenschaft und Metaphysik”, Grazer Phil. Studien, 9, 1979, 97-106.

“Quanta in Context”, in Einstein Symposion, Lecture Notes in Physics, Berlin: Springer, Vol. 100, 1979,
180-203.

The Functions of Intellectual Rubbish”, Research in the Sociology of Knowledge, Science and Art, 2, 1979, 209-27. (SAC)

“The Whole and Its Parts”, Nature and Systems, 1, 1979, 32-6.

“The Philosophy of Hans Albert” (Traktat über Rationale Praxis), Soziologische Revue, 2, 1979, 241-9. (Gent)

“The Legacy of Lakatos” (S. Latsis, Method and Appraisal in Economics), Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 9, 1979, 316-26. (Gent)

“Towards a Rational Theory of Superstition” (Recent Advances in Natal Astrology), Zetetic Scholar, 1979, 3-4, 107-20. (SAC)

“Rejoinder”, Zetetic Scholar, 5, 1979, 85-8.

JA and I. C. Jarvie, “The Rationality of Dogmatism”, in T. Geraets, ed., Rationality Today, Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 1979, 353-62. (Rat).

1980

“Rights and Reason”, Israel Yearbook of Human Rights, 9, 1980, 9-22.

“Between Science and Technology”, Phil. Sci., 47, 1980, 82-99.

“The Problem of Scientific Validation”, in M. D. Grmek, R. S. Cohen and G. Cimino, eds., Scientific Discovery, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 34, 1980, 103-114.

“The Rationality of Discovery”, in Thomas Nickles, ed., Scientific Discovery, Logic and Rationality, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 56, 1980, 185-199.

Gehirnwäsche”, Unter dem Pflaster liegt der Strand, 7, 1980, 179-191. (Revised English version, “Brainwashing”, Methodology and Science, 1990.)

“On Mathematics Education: The Lakatosian Revolution”, For The Learning of Mathematics, 1, 1980, 39-41 (HAZ).

Wie es euch gefällt”, in H.P. Duerr, ed., Versuchungen: Aufsätze zur Philosophie Paul Feyerabends, Suhrkamp, 1980, 147-157. (English translation, “As you Like It”, in Gonsalo Munévar, ed., Beyond Reason: Essays in Honor of Paul Feyerabend, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 132, 1991, 379-87, Gent).

“Comments on Stewart Guthrie”, Current Anthropology, 21, 1980, 194.

“Comments on Professor Hyman's Paper”, Zetetic Scholar, 6, 1980, 39-41. (Reprinted in Ray Hyman, The Elusive Quarry: A Scientific Appraisal of Psychic Research, Buffalo: Prometheus Books, 1989, 251-4.)

“The Place of Sparks in the World of Blah”, (H. P. Duerr, Traumzeit), Inquiry, 24, 1980, 445-69. (German translation, H. P. Duerr, ed., Der Wissenschaftler und das Irrationale, Frankfurt: Syndikat, 1981, Vol. 1, 351-76, SAC.)

JA and I. C. Jarvie, “The Rationality of Irrationalism”, Metaphilosophy, 11, 1980, 127-133. (Rat).

JA and Charles M. Sawyer, “Was Lakatos an Elitist?”, Ratio, 22, 1980, 61-3. (Also in German edition of Ratio.)

JA and John R. Wettersten, Stegmüller Squared”, Zeitschrift für allgemeine Wissenschaftstheorie, 11, 1980, 86-94.

1981

“To Save Verisimilitude”, Mind, 90, 1981, 576-9.

“Mechanistic and Holistic Models in Psychiatry”, Nature and System, 3, 1981, 143-52. (Hebrew original Davar Daily, 2 February 1979).

“The Secret of Carnap”, (J. Hintikka, ed., Rudolf Carnap, Logical Empiricist), Philosophia, 10, 1981, 57-88. (Gent)

“Simulation?” (A comment), The Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 4, 1981, 535-6.

“Psychoanalysis as a Human Science: A Comment”, Brit. J. Med. Psych., 54, 1981, 295-6.

“Lakatos on Proof and on Mathematics”, Logique et Analyse, 24, 1981, 437-9. (Gent)

“Opening Remarks”, in JA, ed., Psychiatric Diagnosis, Philadelphia: Balaban Intl. Science Service, 1981. 1-2.

Teoria e pratica della psicoanalisi”, in Enzo Morpurgo, ed., La psicoanalisi tra scienza e filosofia, Torino: Loescher editore, 1981, 47-55. (English version in SAS)

1982

Abel Schejter and JA, “Molecular Phylogenetics”, in JA and Robert S. Cohen, Scientific Philosophy Today: Essays in Honor of Mario Bunge, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, 67, 1982. 333-356.

“In Search of Rationality”, in P. Levinson, ed., In Pursuit of Truth: Essays in Honor of Karl Popper's 80th Birthday, Atlantic Heights NJ: Humanities, 1982, 237-248.

“Presuppositions for Logic”, Monist, 65, 1982, 465-80.

“Mathematical Education as Training for Freedom”, For the Learning of Mathematics, 2, 1982, 28-32 (HAZ).

“The Detective Novel and Scientific Method”, Poetics Today, 3, 1982, 99-108. (SAC)

“The University in the Age of Technology”, Philosophy and Social Action, 8, 1982, 3-8.

“Irrationalism Today”, Dialectica, 36, 1982, 465-80. (SAC)

“The Primacy of Expertise” (review of John Ziman's essays), Times Lit. Sup., 25 June, 1982.

Peggy Marchi, JA, and John R. Wettersten, “The End of Heuristic?” (Hintikka and Remes, The Method of Analysis), Philosophia, 11, 1982, 249-76.

1983

“This Message is for You. Maybe”, Philosophy and Literature, 7, 1983, 95-8. (SAC)

“How Technology Aids and Impedes the Growth of Science”, P. D. Asquith and T. Nickles, eds., PSA, 1982/83, Vol. 2, 1983, 585-597. (SAC)

“Democracy in the University of the Near Future”, Higher Education By the Year 2000, 4th International Congress of European Association for Research and Development in Higher Education, Congress Preparatory Papers, Vol. 2, Frankfurt, 1983, 80-85.

“Reductionism in Freud and Adler”, Methodology and Science, 16, 1983, 141-7.

“Theoretical Bias in Evidence: A Historical Sketch”, Philosophica, 31, 1983, 7-24. (SAH)

“Technology as Both Art and Science”, Research in Philosophy and Technology, 6, 1983,
55-63. (SAC)

“The Cheapening of Science: The Manufacture of Knowledge, by K. Knorr-Cetina”, Inquiry, 26, 1983, 166-72. (Gent)

“What We Can Learn From Other Animals”, (Midgley, Beast and Man), Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 13, 1983, 235-46.

“The Structure of the Quantum Revolution” (Kuhn on quanta), Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 13, 1983, 367-81. (Reprinted in Radiation Theory and the Quantum Revolution, 1993.)

Review of R. Needham's inaugural lecture, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 13, 1983, 116-17.

Review of Dov Ronen, The Quest for Self-Determination, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 13, 1983, 126-8.

“Science in Schools” (a discussion note), Science, Technology Human Values, 8, 1983, 66-7.

1984

“Rationalizing Politics”, in N. Oren, ed., Intellectuals in Politics, Jerusalem: The Magnus Press, Hebrew University, 1984, 82-100. (SAC)

“The Social Base of Scientific Theory and Practice”, in Gunnar Andersson, ed., Rationality in Science and Politics, the Radnitzky Festschrift, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 79, 1984, 15-28.

“Political Philosophy and its Implications for Technology”, Research in Philosophy and Technology, 7, 1984, 193-210. (Reprinted in Technology, 1985.)

“Social Philosophy and Its Import for Technology”, Methodology and Science, 17, 1984, 1-24.

(Reprinted in Technology, 1985.)

“Training to Survive the Hazard Called Education”, Interchange, 15, 1984, 1-14 (HAZ).

“A Holo-Mechanical Model for Research for the Life Sciences, Journal of Social and Biological Structures, 7, 1984, 75-79.

“Libertarianism versus Education for Freedom” (a discussion note), Philosophical Forum, 15, 1984, 471-3.

Das Problem der Rationalität”, Conceptus, 43, 1984, 101-5.

Freud Oggi”, in A. Verdigliano, ed., Freud, Gerusalem Nella Psicanalisi, Milan: Spriali, 1984, 234-40.

“Objectivity in Science and in Politics”, Philosophy and Social Action, 10, 1984, 191-6. (SAC)

“Nationalism and the Philosophy of Zionism” (Shlomo Avineri, The Making of Modern Zionism), Inquiry, 27, 1984, 311-326.

JA and Nathaniel Laor, “The Computer as a Diagnostic Tool”, Technology in Society, 6, 1984, 235-9. (Excerpt from an item published in 1986.)

Foreword to William Berkson and John Wettersten, Learning from Error: Karl Popper's Psychology of Learning, LaSalle IL: Open Court, 1984, ix-xiii.

1985

“Hegel's Scientific Mythopoiesis in Historical Perspective”, in R. S. Cohen, R. M. Martin, and Merold Westfal, eds., Studies in the Philosophy of J. N. Findlay, Albany NY: SUNY Press, 1985, 445-458.

JA and R. S. Cohen, Editorial Preface to I. C. Jarvie, Thinking About Society, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 93, 1985, xiii-xiv.

“The Unity of Hume's Thought”, Hume Studies, 10, 1985, Supplement, 87-109.

“The Myth of the Young Genius”, Interchange, 16, 1985, 51-60, 109-110, 116 (HAZ).

“Two Valued Logic in Ordinary Circumstances”, Intl. Logic Rev., 32, 1985, 83-6.

Judith Buber Agassi and JA, “The Ethics and Politics of Autonomy: Walter Kaufmann's Contribution”, Methodology and Science, 18, 1985, 165-185.

Review of David Stove, Popper and After, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 15, 1985,
368-9.

“Hugo Bergman's Contribution to Epistemology”, Grazer Phil. Studien, 24, 1985, 47-58. Republished in Abraham Zvie Bar-On, editor, On Shmuel Hugo Bergman's philosophy, Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1986, 47-58.

“The Artistic Metaphor”, Sonus, 6, 1985, 15-22. (Gent)

“How Strauss Misread Popper”, Newsletter for Those Interested in the Philosophy of Karl Popper, 2, 1985-6, 3-4.

Comments on David Baird's review of Ian Hacking’s book, Journal of Social and Biological Structures, 8, 1985, 295-6.

Contribution to a panel discussion on creativity, Interchange, 16, 1985, 104-18.

J. A. and Robert S. Cohen, Editorial Preface to Ian C. Jarvie, Thinking About Society: Theory and Practice, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 93, 1985, xiii-xiv.

1986

“The Consolations of Science”, Am. Phil. Q., 23, 1986, 129-41. (SAC)

“On the Fixation of Beliefs”, Methodology and Science, 19, 1986, 165-77.

“The Politics of Science”, J. Applied Philosophy, 3, 1986, 35-48. (SAC; another version in PPC)

“Science and Interpersonal”, The Languages of Creativity: Models, Problem-solving, Discourse, Studies in Science and Culture, 2, 1986, 30-46. (SAC)

“Scientific Leadership”, in Carl F. Graumann and Serge Moscovici, ed., Changing Conceptions of Leadership, NY: Springer, 1986, 223-39.

“Will Israel Ever Become a Nation”, J. Alpher, ed., Nationalism and Modernity: A Mediterranean Perspective, NY and London: Praeger, 1986, 47-65.

“Towards a Canonic Version of Classical Political Theory”, in Marjorie Grene and Debra Nails, eds., Spinoza and the Sciences, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 91, 1986. 153-70.

“Religion in the Open Society” (in Hebrew), Iyyun, The Jerusalem Philosophical Quarterly, 35, 1986, 259-70.

“A Note on Smith's Term “Naturalism”“, Hume Studies, 12, 1986, 92-98. (Reprinted in Stanley Twyman, ed., David Hume: Critical Assessments, London: Routledge, vol. 3, 1994.)

“Popper in Basic English”, (J. Watkins, Science and Skepticism), Philosophia, 15, 1986, 409-419. (Gent)

“God Save Us From Our Friends: Enemies We Have No More”, (Radnitzky and Andersson, Progress and Rationality in Science), Philosophia, 16, 1986, 209-238. (Gent)

“Refutations Popper-Style: A Reply”, Philosophia, 16, 1986, 245-7. (Gent)

Review of John Yolton, Thinking Matter, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 16, 1986, 526-8.

I. C. Jarvie and JA, “Indexes, Footnotes and Problems” (Hollis and Lukes, Rationality and Relativism), Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 16, 1986, 367-74.

N. Laor and JA, “The Computer as a Diagnostic Tool in Medicine”, in C. Mitcham and A. Huning, eds., Philosophy and Technology, II. Information Technology and Computation in Theory and Practice, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 90, 1986, 227-238. (German translation, A. Hung and C. Mitcham, eds., Technikphilosophie im Zeitalter der Informationstechnik, Baunschweig: Wieweg, 1986, 167-178.

N. Laor and JA, “The Scientific Status of Psychoanalysis: Lacan Contra Freud”, Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Thought, 9, 1986, 465-91.

Review of Charles Taylor, Philosophical Papers (2 Vols.), Can. Phil. Rev., 6, 1986, 35-8.

1987

“Theories of Rationality”, in JA and I. C. Jarvie, eds., Rationality: The Critical View, 249-263.

“Whatever Happened to the Positivistic Theory of Meaning?”, Zeitschrift für allgemeine Wissenschaftstheorie, 18, 1987, 22-29.

“The Autonomous Student”, Interchange, 18, 1987, 14-20 (HAZ).

“Naturalistic Epistemology: The Case of Abner Shimony”, in Abner Shimony and Debra Nails, eds., Naturalistic Epistemology A Symposium of Two Decades, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science,
Vol. 100, 1987, 341-51.

Comments on Joseph Levine and on Paul Sagal, ibid., 295-7, 337-40.

“Twenty Years After” in Nancy Nersessian, ed., The Process of Science: Contemporary Philosophical Approaches to Understanding Science, Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1987, 95-103; also in Organon, 22/23, 1987,
53-61; that issue was reprinted as Meta-history of Science at the Berkeley Congress, Warsaw: Ossolineum Publishing House of the Polish Academy of Science, 1988. (SAH)

Review of Robert Ulin, Perspectives in Anthropology and Social Theory, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 17, 1987, 278-83. (Gent).

“Agassi's Alleged Abdication of Reason”, Science et Esprit, 39, 1987, 107-111.

“The Uniqueness of Scientific Technology”, Methodology and Science, 20, 1987, 8-24.

“The Wisdom of the Eye” (David Marr, Vision), J. of Soc. and Biol. Struct., 10, 1987, 408-13.

JA and J. R. Wettersten, “The Philosophy of Commonsense”, Philosophia, 17, 1987, 421-437.

JA and Judith Buber Agassi, “Sexism in Science” (review of Evelyn Fox Keller, Reflections on Gender and Science), Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 17, 1987, 515-22.

Review of Gregory Currie and Alan Musgrave, Popper and the Human Sciences, The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 38, 1987, 414-418.

1988

“Neo-classical Economics as 18th Century Theory of Man”, Fundamenta Scientiae, 9, 1988, 189-202.

Winter 1988 Daedalus”, SIGArt Newsletter, 105, July 1988, 15-22. (SAC)

“The Future of Big Science”, J. Applied Philos., 5, 1988, 17-26.

“Analogies, Hard and Soft”, in David H. Helman, ed., Analogical Reasoning, Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1988,
401-19.

“A New World View Emerging” (Bunge, Treatise on Basic Philosophy, 7, 2 vols.), Methodology and Science, 21, 1988, 21-60.

N. Laor and JA, “The Grand Protester: Lacan on the Scientific Status of Psychoanalysis”, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 18, 1988. 73-100. (Reissue of a 1986 item.)

“The Freeze-Dried Brain”, (review of Tom Scott and Trevor Grice, The Great Brain Robbery), Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 18, 1988, 251-57.

“Ixmann and the Gavagai” (review of Dirk Koppelberg, Die Aufhebung der analytischen Philosophie: Quine als Synthese von Carnap und Neurath), Zeitschrift für allgemeine Wissenschaftstheorie, 19, 1988, 104-16.

“The Riddle of Bacon”, Studies in Early Modern Philosophy, 2, 1988, 103-136. (SAH)

Foreword to Mendel Sachs, Einstein Versus Bohr: The Continuing Controversies in Physics, LaSalle IL: Open Court, 1988, xvii-xxi.

1989

“Technology Transfer to Poor Nations”, in Edmond Byrne and Joseph Pitt, eds., Technological Transformation: Contextual and Conceptual Implications, Philosophy and Technology, 5, Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1989, 277-83.

“The Logic of Consensus and of Extremes”, in F. D'Agostino and I. C. Jarvie, eds., Freedom and Rationality: Essays in Honour of John Watkins, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 117, 1989, 3-21. (A shorter version appeared in Greek translation, 1985.)

“The Lark and the Tortoise” (review of Peter Urbach, Francis Bacon's Philosophy of Science: An Account and a Reappraisal), Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 19, 1989, 89-94.

Review of Charles Whitney, Francis Bacon and Modernity, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 19, 1989,
223-5.

“Comments”, in R. Hyman, The Elusive Quarry: A Scientific Appraisal of Psychic Research. Buffalo NY: Prometheus Books, 1989, 251-4. (Reprint of 1980 item.)

“The Role of the Philosopher Among the Scientists: Nuisance or Necessary?”, Social Epistemology, 4, 1989, 297-30 and 319.

“Faith in the Open Society: the End of Hermeneutics”, Methodology and Science, 22, 1989, 183-200. (Greek version appeared in 1985; SAC)

1990

“Democratizing Medicine”, in Gayle L. Ormiston and R. Sassower, eds., Prescriptions: The Dissemination of Medical Authority, Westport CT: Greenwood Press, 1990, 3-22.

“Ontology and Its Discontent” in Paul Weingarten and Georg Dorn, Studies in Bunge's Treatise, Amsterdam and Atlanta GA: Editions Rodopi, 1990, 105-122. (This volume appeared also as a special issue of Poznań Studies in the Philosophy of the Sciences and the Humanities, Vol. 18.)

“Academic Democracy Threatened: The Case of Boston University”, Interchange, 21, 1990, 26-34 (HAZ).

Review of John Silber, Straight Shooting, Interchange, 21, 1990, 80-1 (HAZ).

Review of Francis Schrag, Thinking in School and Society, Interchange, 22, 1990, 22-4 (HAZ).

“Psychology and Controversy”, Methodology and Science, 2, 1990, 11-27.

“The Import of the Problem of Rationality”, Methodology and Science, 2, 1990, 61-74.

“Brainwashing”, Methodology and Science, 23, 1990, 117-129. (Revised version of Gehirnwäsche”, 1980.)

Peer Review: A Personal Report”, Methodology and Science, 2, 1990, 171-180.

“Induction and Stochastic Independence”, Discussion Note, Brit. J. Phil. Sci., 41, 1990, 141-2.

Review of K. Salamun, ed., Karl R. Popper und die Philosophie des Kritischen Rationalismus (Popper Festschrift), Canadian Phil. Rev., 9, 1990, 378-81.

“Global Responsibility”, J. Applied Phil., 7, 1990, 217-221.

“Newtonianism Before and After the Einsteinian Revolution”, in Frank Durham and Robert D. Purrington, eds., Some Truer Method: Reflections on the Heritage of Newton, NY: Columbia UP, 1990, 145-176. (SAH)

“On Political Extremism” (In Hebrew), in Yuval Lurie and Haim Maranz, eds., In the Labyrinth of Democracy: Philosophical Essays on Democratic Themes, Beer-Sheva: Ben Gurion University of the Negev Press, 1990, 89-98.

“Pseudo-Empiricism of Physicalism: Reply to Koppelberg” in Dialogue, 1990.

http://sowi.iwp.uni-linz.ac.at/DIALOG/DT/AgassiDissc/PseudoEmp.html

1991

“Deconstructing Post-Modernism: Gellner and Crocodile Dundee” in John A. Hall and I. C. Jarvie, eds., Transition to Modernity: Essays on Power, Wealth and Belief, Gellner Festschrift, Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1991, 213-30.

“As you Like It” in Gonsalo Munévar, ed., Beyond Reason: Essays in Honor of Paul Feyerabend, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 132, 1991, 379-87. (Reprint from 1980.)

“Popper's Demarcation of Science Refuted”, Methodology and Science, 24, 1991, 1-7.

“The Ivory Tower and the Seats of Power”, Methodology and Science, 24, 1991, 64-78.

“Pluralism and Science”, Methodology and Science, 24, 1991, 99-119. (SAC)

“Bye Bye Weber” (Max Weber's “Science as a Vocation”), Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 21, 1991, 102-109.

“Functional Integration”, J. of Soc. and Biol. Structures, 14, 1991, 117-125.

“Information Science”, review essay, Iyyun, The Jerusalem Philosophical Quarterly, 40, 1991, 312-42.

Review of World Commission on Environment and Development, Our Common Future (“The Brundtland Report”), International Review of Sociology, Monographic Series On Modernization Theory: Monographic Series, 3, 1991, Rome: Borla, 213-226.

“Wittgenstein and Physicalism”, Grazer Phil. Studien, 41, 1991, 67-97.

J. Wettersten and JA, “Whewell's Problematical Heritage”, in M. Fisch and S. Schaffer, William Whewell: A Composite Portrait, London: Oxford UP, 1991, 345-69.

1992

“Rationality: Philosophical and Social Aspects”, Minerva, 30, 1992, 366-390. (SAH)

“Autonomy and the Philosopher”, Methodology and Science, 25, 1992, 1-10. (SAC)

“Beyond the Static Theory of Tastes as Exogenous”, Methodology and Science, 25, 1992, 99-118.

“The Responsibility of the Editor: A Protest Communication”, Philosophy and Social Action, 18, 1992, 13-20.

“Hobbes in Contemporary Israel”, Intl. Problems: Society and Politics, 31, 1992, 17-25.

Letter to the Editor: “The Holocaust in Israel Today” (in Hebrew), Intl. Problems: Society and Politics, 31, 1992, 122-5.

“False Prophecy versus True Quest: A Modest Challenge to Contemporary Relativists”, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 22, 1992, 285-312.

Review of David Gooding, Trevor Pinch and Simon Schaffer, eds., The Uses of Experiment: Studies in the Natural Sciences, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 22, 1992, 266-8.

Review of John W. Murphy and John T. Pardeck, eds., Technology and Human Productivity, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 22, 1992, 525-7.

“Heuristic Computer-Assisted, not Computerized: Comments on Simon's Project”, Journal of Epistemological and Social Studies on Science and Technology, 6, 1992, 15-18. (Italian translation in Italian version of the journal.)

Review essay on Richard J. Boland and Rudy A. Hirschheim, editors, Critical Issues in Information Systems Research, Iyyun, The Jerusalem Philosophical Quarterly, 41, 1992, 93-101.

JA and N. Laor, (in Hungarian) “Autonomy and PsychopathologyThalassa, Budapest, 3, 1992/1, 30-43.

“Agassi-Grünbaum Exchange on Popper and Psychoanalysis; Agassi to Grünbaum”, Three letters. Newsletter for Those Interested in the Philosophy of Karl Popper, 4, 1992, 5-11.

1993

“The Philosophy of Optimism and Pessimism”, in C. C. Gould and R. S. Cohen, eds., Artifacts, Representations and Social Practices. Essays for Marx Wartofsky, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, 154, 1993, 349-59.

“The Heuristic Bent”, Philosophy and Rhetoric, 26, 1993, 9-31.

“Halakha and Agada”, in Shlomo Biderman and Ben-Ami Scharfstein, eds., Myths and Fiction. Philosophy and Religion: A Comparative Yearbook, Leiden: Brill, 3, 1993, 291-317.

“Conditions for Interpersonal Communication”, Methodology and Science, 26, 1993, 8-17.

Tribute to J. O. Wisdom, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 23, 1993, 280-1.

“Phenomenology of Technology”, (review of two books), Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 23, 1993, 528-36.

“Rationality: a comment on Raymond Boudin's paper”, Journal of Epistemological and Social Studies on Science and Technology, 7, 1993, 21-23. (Italian translation in Italian version of the journal.)

“Neurath in Retrospect” (Danilo Zolo, Reflexive Epistemology: The Philosophical Legacy of Otto Neurath), Iyyun, The Jerusalem Philosophical Quarterly, 42, 1993, 443-453.

“Anti-Semitism: observations on the recent Books of Prof. M. Mushkat and Dr. E. Delisle”. (Marian Mushkat, Philo-Semitic and Anti-Jewish Attitudes in Post-Holocaust Poland; Esther Delisle, The Traitor and the Jew: Anti-Semitism and the Delirium of Extremism in French Canada from 1929 to 1939), Intl. Problems, society and politics, 32, 1993, 54-69.

Review of William Klubach, Courageous Universality: the Work of Schmuel Hugo Bergman, Intl. Problems, society and politics, 32, 1993, 81-3.

Review of David Sciulli, Theory of Social Constitutionalism, Social Science Quarterly, 74, 1993, 455-6.

1994

“Minimal Criteria for Intellectual Progress”, Iyyun, The Jerusalem Philosophical Quarterly, 43, 1994, 61-83. (SAC)

“How Could Medical Services Be Integrated in the Welfare State?” in Per-Erik Liss and Nina Nikku, eds., Health Promotion and Prevention: Theoretical and Ethical Aspects, Stockholm: Swedish Council for Planning and Coordination of Research, 1994, 11-16.

“Financing Public Knowledge”, in Ruth Hayhoe, ed., Knowledge Across Cultures: Universities East and West, Hubei Education Press and OISE Press [Toronto, 1994], 88-94.

Chinese translation of the above item, same publisher.

“Theocratic Pluralism is Impossible”, Interchange, 25, 1994, 367-70.

Review of Marc Manganaro, Myth, Rhetoric, and the Voice of Authority; a Critique of Frazer, Eliot, Frye, and Campbell, Man, New Series, 29, 1994, p. 1000.

El futuro de la universidad”, in Leticia Mayer y Roberto Varia, eds., Los Grandes Problemas de la Ciencia y la Tecnologia, Mexico City: Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, 1994. 63-73.

Raphael Sassower and JA, “Avoiding the Post”, Critical Review, 8, 1994, 95-111.

“Popper Systematized”, review of Collin Simkin, Popper's Views on Natural and Social Science, Philosophia, 23, 1994, 345-54.

Review of John H. Fielder and Douglas Birch, eds., The DC-10 Case: A Study in Applied Ethics, Technology and Society, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 24, 1994, 390-2.

“An Inductivist Version of Critical Rationalism” (comments on Alan Musgrave’s "Popper on Induction,"), Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 24, 1994, 458-65.

“Gadamer Without Tears”, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 24, 1994, 485-505.

“Das Problem der Rationalität in der pluralistischen Gesellschaft”, Conceptus, 27, 1994,
251-62.

Abel Schejter and JA “On the Definition of Life”, Zeitschrift für allgemeine Wissenschaftstheorie, 25, 1994, 97-106.

“From the Current Disorder to the New World Order?” (in Hebrew), Intl. Problems, Society and Politics, 33, 1994, 21-7. English abstract, 52-3.

Review of Wayne A. Patterson, Bertrand Russell's Philosophy of Logical Atomism, Canadian Phil. Rev., 14, 1994, 44-5.

Letter to the Editor, Centaurus, 37, 1994, 349-52.

Review of Scientific Discovery: Logic and Tinkering by Aharon Kantorovich, Iyyun: The Jerusalem Philosophical Quarterly, 43, 1994, 339-347.

1995

“Karl Popper, 1902-1994”. Radical Philosophy, 70, March/April 1995, 2-4.

“The Rules of the Game: Comments on Professor Jarvie's Chapter”, Popper Letters (Japan), 7, 1995, 17-20.

Philosophie als Lebenshilfe”, Conceptus, 28, 1995, 83-92.

“Why There Is No Theory of Models?”, In William E. Herfel et al.: Theories and Models in Scientific Processes. Proceedings of AFOS ’94 Workshop, August 15-26, Madralin, and IUHPS ’94 Conference, Warszawa, and Poznań Studies in the Philosophy of the Sciences and the Humanities, 44, 1995, pp. 17-26.

“Naming and Necessity: A Second Look”, Iyyun, The Jerusalem Philosophical Quarterly, 44, 1995, 243-72.

“The Theory and Practice of Critical Rationalism”, in Józef Misiek, ed., Rationality: On the Problem of Rationality of Science and Its Philosophy. Popper vs. Polanyi. Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 160, 1995, 1-18.

“Contemporary Philosophy of Science as a Thinly Masked Antidemocratic Apologetics”, in K. Gavroglu, J. Stachel and M. W. Wartofsky, eds., Physics, Philosophy and the Scientific Community, In Honor of Robert S. Cohen. Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 163, 1995, 153-70.

1996

“The Theory and Practice of the Welfare State, in Lennart Nordenfeld and Per-Anders Tengland, eds., The Goals and Limits of medicine, Stockholm: Almqvist and Wiksell Intl., 1996, 215-238.

“The Philosophy of Science Today”, in S. Shanker, ed., Routledge History of Philosophy, IX, Philosophy of Science, Logic and Mathematics in the 20th Century, 1996, 235-65 (a shorter version in PPC).

“Prescriptions for Responsible Psychiatry”, in William O'Donohue and Richard Kitchener, eds., Psychology and Philosophy: Interdisciplinary Problems and Responses, London: Sage, 1996, 339-51.

“Self-Deception: A View From the Rationalist Perspective”, in Michael S. Myslobodsky, ed., The Mythomanias: The Nature of Deception and Self-deception, 1996, Hillsdale NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 23-50.

“Towards Honest Public Relations of Science”, in Stefan Amsterdamski, ed., The Significance of Popper's Thought: Proceedings of the Conference Karl popper, 1902-1994, March 10-12, 1995, Poznań Studies in the Philosophy of the Sciences and the Humanities, 49, 1996, 39-57. (SAC)

“The Place of Metaphysics in the Historiography of Science”, Foundations of Physics, 26, 1996, 483-99. (SAH)

Die gegenwärtige Rolle des Technik und Wissenschaftshistoriker”, Proto-Sociology, 8/9, 1996, Rationality II and III, 385-401.

“The End of Linearity: The Science-Technology Interaction from a Philosophical Perspective”, Working Paper, Department of the History of Science and Technology, Royal Institute Of Technology, Stockholm. 13 pp. (SAC)

Review essay on Michael Matthews, Science Teaching: The Role of History and Philosophy of Science, Science and Education, 5, 1996, 69-77 (HAZ).

Review essay on Paul Feyerabend, Killing Time, Interchange, 27, 1996, 85-93.

I. C. Jarvie and JA, “Rationality”, in Alan Barnard and Jonathan Spencer, eds., Encyclopedia of Social and Cultural Anthropology, London: Routledge, 1996, 467-70.

1997

“Naturalism” and “Solipsism”, in Don Garrett and Edward Barbanell, eds., Encyclopedia of Empiricism, Westport CT: Greenwood Pbln Group, 1997.

“Science Education without Pressure”, in Linda Lenz and Ian Winchester, editors, Toward Scientific Literacy: The History and Philosophy of Science and Science Teaching Proceedings of the fourth International Conference. CD-ROM HPSST.pdf, The Faculty of Education, University of Calgary,
CD, 1-13.

“Thought, Action and Scientific Technology”. Intl. J. Technology and Design, 7, 1997, 33-46; also in Marc J. de Vries and Arly Tamir, eds., Shaping Concepts of Technology: From Philosophical Perspecives to Mental Images, Kluwer, Dordrecht, 1997.

“The Novelty of Chomsky's Theory”, in David Martel Johnson and Christina E. Erneling, eds., The Future of the Cognitive Revolution, Oxford University Press, 1997, 136-48.

“Gershon Weiler, In Memoriam”, in Andreas Schedler, ed., The End of Politics? Explorations Into Modern Antipolitics, London and New York: Macmillan and St. Martin's, 1977, 55-6.

“Who Needs Aristotle?”, in Dimitri Ginev and Robert S. Cohen, eds., Issues and Images in the Philosophy of Science, the Polikarov Festschrift, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 192, 1997, 1-11. (SAH)

“Truth, Trust and Gentlemen: Shapin on Boyle” (Steven Shapin, A Social History of Truth), Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 27, 1997, 219-36.

“Celebrating the Open Society”, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 27, 1997, 486-525

Review of Michael Gibbon, Camille Limoges, Helga Nowotny, Simon Schwatrzman, Peter Scott and Martin Trow, The New Production of knowledge: The Dynamics of Science and Research in Contemporary Societies, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 27, 1997, 354-7.

“In Retrospect: Wittgenstein ─ the End of a Myth” (Brian McGuiness, Young Wittgenstein), Cognitive Semantics I: Concepts and Methods, Proto-Sociology, 10, 1997, 238-41. German translation, W. Kellerwissel and Th. Peuker, eds., Witttgensteins Spätphilosophie: Analysen und Probleme. Würzburg: Königshausen and Neumann, 1998, 293-97.

“Guest Editarticle: Skills in Education: A Philosopher's View”, The Journal of Technology Studies, 23/2, 1997, 4-7.

Review of Ernest Gellner, Anthropology and Politics: Revolutions in the Scared Grove, Ethnos, 62, 1997, 137-8.

Corroboraciones espuria y genuina” (in Spanish), in Enrique Suãres-Iñiguez, ed., El poder de los argumentos, Coordinación de humanidades, Mexico City: UNAM and Porra Press, 1997, 181-205. English version, 2006.

“Blame Not the Laws of nature”, in Baas van Fraassen, editor, Topics in the Foundations of Statistics, Foundations of Science, 1, 1997, 131-54.

“Summary of AFOS Workshop, 1994”, Foundations of Science, 1, 1997, 161-6.

1998

“Reason Within the Limits of Religion Alone: The Case of Maimonides”, in Yoav Ariel, Shlomo Biderman, and Ornan Rotem, eds., Relativism and Beyond, Philosophy and Religion: A Comparative Yearbook, Leiden: Brill, 1998, 125-177.

Der Status des Kritischen Rationalismus”, in Volker Gadenne and Evelyn Gröbl-Steinbach, eds., Kritischer Rationalismus und Pragmatismus, Series in the Philosophy of Karl R. Popper and Critical Rationalism, Amsterdam and Atlanta GA: Editions Rodopi 1998, 37-59.

“Science Real and Ideal: Popper and the Dogmatic Scientist”, Proto-Sociology, 12, 1998, Special Edition, After the Received View: Developments in the Theory of Science Im Memoriam Wolfgang Stegmüller,
297-304.

“Validation”, Iyyun, The Jerusalem Philosophical Quarterly, 47, 1998, 57-76. (SAC)

“Progress in the Arts and the Sciences”, Sonus, 18, 1998, 57-68. (SAC)

“A Question of Perception: Between the Architect and the Philosopher” (Hebrew; also English translation), review essay on Steven Holl, Juhani Pallasmaa and Alberto Perez-Gomez, Questions of Perception: Phenomenology and the Architect, Architecture of Israel, 34, 1998, 83-93.

“To Salvage Neurath” (Cartwright et al., Otto Neurath: Philosophy Between Science and Politics), Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 28, 1998, 83-101.

Review of Shlomo Deshen, Charles S. Liebman and Moshe Shokeid, Eds., Israeli Judaism: The Sociology of religion in Israel, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 28, 1998, 471-7.

“Knowledge Personal and Social”, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 28, 1998, 522-51.

“Rationality is Going for a Goal: Queries for Professor Schnädlebach”, Ethik und Sozialwissenschaften, 9, 1998, 89-90.

1999

“The Notion of the Modern Nation-State: Popper and Nationalism”, in Ian Jarvie and Sandra Pralong, eds., Popper's Open Society After Fifty years: The Continuing Relevance of Karl Popper, London: Routledge, 1999. 182-96. (Italian translation, Popper e la societá aperta: 50 anni dopo, Armando Editore, 1999,
279-99.)

“Maimonides in Context”, in R. S. Cohen and H. Levine, editors, Maimonides and the Sciences, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 211, 1999, 9-24.

“Dissertation Without Tears”, in Gerhard Zecha, ed., Critical Rationalism and Educational Discourse, Series in the Philosophy of Karl R. Popper and Critical Rationalism, Amsterdam and Atlanta GA: Editions Rodopi, 1999, 59-89.

“The Moral Basis of Science, or The Architectonic of Open-ended Reason”, Iyyun, The Jerusalem Philosophical Quarterly, 48, 1999, 93-110. (SAC)

“Let a Hundred Flowers Bloom: Popper's Popular Critics”, Anuar, 7, 1999, 5-25 (a shorter version in PPC).

“Intellectual Courage”, Ethik und Sozialwissenschaften, 10, 1999, 10-11.

Review of Allen G. Gross, The Rhetoric of Science, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 29, 1999, 329-35.

2000

“The Case Study and Its Import: Wettersten on Whewell”, in James Bell, ed., John Wettersten, Whewell's Critics: Have They Prevented Him From Doing Good?, Poznań Studies in the Philosophy of the Sciences and the Humanities, Volume 85: Monographs in Debate; 2000, 297-311.

“Israel: a Rule of Law or of Arrangement?” (In Hebrew), in Yossi David, ed., The State of Israel: Between Judaism and Democracy. Jerusalem: The Israel Democracy Institute, 2000, 211-33. (English translation, 2003.)

Die Rolle der Metaphysik in Poppers Bild der Wissenschaft”, Geschichte und Gegenwart, 19, 2000, 100-108.

“Popper's Political Philosophy in the Perspective of Global Politics”, Popper Letters (Japan), 12, 2000, 1-4.

“To Close The Wittgenstein Project” (Hintikka on Wittgenstein), Iyyun, The Jerusalem Philosophical Quarterly, 49, 2,000, 313-29.

Review of B. Berofsky, Liberation from Self, Interchange, 31, 2000, 362-5.

JA and Nathaniel Laor, “How Ignoring Repeatability Leads to Magic”, review essay, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 30, 2000, 528-86.

2001

“The Compleat Critical Realist” (Niiniluoto, Critical Scientific Realism), Iyyun, The Jerusalem Philosophical Quarterly, 50, 2001, 1-8.

“Illusions: A Comment” Erwägen Wissen Ethik, 2, 2001, 221.

“The Scientific Status of Psychology” Erwägen Wissen Ethik, 4, 2001, 554-5.

2002

“A Touch of Malice” (the Feyerabend-Lakatos correspondence). Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 32, 2002, 109-21 (a shorter version in PPC).

"Kuhn's Way", review of Kuhn’s The Road Since Structure. Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 32, 2002,
394-430. (SAH; a shorter version in PPC)

Review of Alvin Goldman, Knowledge in a Social World, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 32, 2002,
570-582.

Review of John Dupré, The Disorder of Things: Metaphysical Foundations of the Disunity of Science, Intl. Studies in Philosophy, 34, 2002, 198-200.

“Il nuovo senso comune”, Nuova Civiltà delle Macchine, 20, 2002, 39-42. (This is a special issue titled Karl R. Popper, 1902-2002: ripensando il razionalismo critico, edited by Stefano Gattei. English abstract, 148).

2003

“Comparability and Incommensurability”, in Stefano Gattei, ed., The Kuhn Controversy, Social Epistemology, 17, 2-3, 2003, 93-4 (another version in PPC).

“Israel: a Rule of Law or of Arrangement?” (translation from Hebrew), in Joseph E. David, ed., The State of Israel: Between Judaism and Democracy. Jerusalem: The Israel Democracy Institute, 2003, 235-62.

“The Philosophy of Science After the Holocaust” (in Hebrew), in Noa Naaman-Zauderer and Yaron Sanderowitz, eds., Conversation and Discourse, 2003, 157-179.

“Newell's List” (A comment), Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 26, 2003, 601.

Individualismo metodologico e scienze sociali” in Dario Antiseri, editor, Karl Popper e il mestiere dello scienziato sociale, Soveria Mannelli (Catanzaro): Rubbettino, 2003, 103-26.

‘’Irrationalism with a Human Face” (review of Toulmin, Return to Reason), Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 33, 2003, 375-385.

"The Impact of Auschwitz and Hiroshima on Scientific Culture" (in Hebrew), in Noa Naaman-Zauderer and Yaron Sanderowitz, eds., Conversation and Discourse, 2003.

Alex C. Michalos, ed., The best teacher I ever had: personal reports from highly productive scholars: London ON: Althouse Press, 2003, pp. 19-21.

2004

Review of Lars Udehn, Methodological Individualism, History and Meaning, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 34, 2004, 316-19.

“Heidegger Made Simple (and Offensive)”, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 34, 2004, 423-31.

“The Hidden Symbolic Meaning of the Monster of the Renowned Dr. Frankenstein” (In Hebrew), in Chemi Ben-Noon, ed., The Cradle of Creativity, Hod-Hasharon, Israel: Shaarei Mishpat, 2004, 64-72.

Rituals to Block the Reform of Education”, review of Jerome S. Bruner, The Process of Education. Academic Exchange Quarterly, Academic Exchange, Extra, October, 2004. http://www.infed.org/thinkers/bruner.htm (HAZ)

Preface to Yakov Rabkin, Au nom de la Torah. Une histoire de l'opposition juive au sionisme, 2004; Presses Université Laval, 2004, pages ix-x; A Threat from Within: a Century of Jewish Opposition to Zionism, London: Zed Books, 2005 (published in ten languages).

2005

Review of D. Reynolds, B. Creemers, S. Stringfield, C. Teddlie, and G. Schaffer, eds., World Class Schools: International Perspectives on School Effectiveness, The Journal of Educational Thought, 39, 2005, 217-119 (HAZ).

Review of Frieda Heyting, Dieter Lenzen, and John White, eds., Methods in Philosophy of Education, Interchange, 35, 2004, 273-5.

“To Renew a Rational Debate”, review of Michael Friedman, A Parting of the Ways: Carnap, Cassirer, and Heidegger, Iyyun, The Jerusalem Philosophical Quarterly, 54, 2005, 317-23.

“Back to the Drawing Board”, review of Ian Hacking, Historical Ontology, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 35, 4, 509-18.

“Note: To reform Higher Education: Towards a Manifesto”, For the Learning of Democracy, 1, 2005, 81-4 (HAZ).

Review of Peter Munz, Beyond Wittgenstein’s Poker: New Light on Popper and Wittgenstein, J. Hist. Behavioral Sci., 41, 2005, 387-8.

“The Technological Brain Drain”. Association of Management/International Association of Management 22nd Annual Conference Proceedings, 2005, 252-4.

Nimrod Baram and JA, 2005. "Popper and the Establishment" (review of Malachi Hacohen, Karl Popper, the Formative Years 1902- 1945), The Critical Review, 17, 2005, 13-24.

2006

“Metaphysics and the Growth of Science”, in Ian Jarvie, Karl Milford and David Miller, eds., Karl Popper: A Centenary Assessment. Selected Papers from Karl Popper 2002, Vol. ii, Metaphysics and Epistemology. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2006, 3-18.

The Legacy of Buber for an Israeli Society After Zionism in Michael Zank, ed., New Perspectives in Martin Buber, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2006, 237-45.

“On Proof Theory” in Michael Rahnfeld, editor, Is There Certain Knowledge? / Gibt es sichere erkenntnis? Grundlagenprobleme Unserer Zeit, Vol. V, Leipzig: Leipziguniversitätverlag, 2006, 264-82.

“Corroboration, Genuine and Spurious”, in Enrique Suárez-Iñiguez, ed., The Power of Argumentation, Poznań Studies in the Philosophy of the Sciences and the Humanities, 91, 2006, 95-114. (Spanish version, 1997.)

“The Biology of Greed” (A comment), Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 29, 2006, 176.

“The Israeli Philosopher”, (in Hebrew) Metaphora, 2006.

Review of Steve Fuller, The Intellectual, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 2006 36: 241-242.

2007

“The Changing Features of the Body-Mind Problem”, in Alan Smith and Nancy Vandeusen, eds., Proceedings of the conference on The Evolution of Human Cognition and Neuroscience: A Dialogue between Scientists and Humanists, Les Treilles. Journal of Physiology, Paris, 101, 2007, 153-160 (Special issue).

“The Scientific Status of Economics” Divinatio, 26, 2007, 143-68.

“Imagination and reason” (A comment), Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 30, 2007, 453.

“What Collapse, Exactly?”, review of Hilary Putnam, The Collapse of the Fact/Value Dichotomy and Other Essays, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 37, 2007, 74-84.

“On The Ethics of Medical Care”, Spontaneous Generations: A Journal for the History and Philosophy of Science, http://jps.library.utoronto.ca/index.php/SpontaneousGenerations , 1, 2007.

Chen Yehezkeli and JA, “Response to A. Rubinstein and L. Orgad” (In Hebrew), Hamishpat, 11, 2007,
691-704.

JA and Ronald Swartz, “Educating Elites in Democratic Societies: a dialogue”, Policy Futures in Education, 5, 2007, 424-30 (HAZ).

Amir Meital and JA, “Slaves and Slavery in Plato’s Laws”, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 37, 2007,
315-347.

Interview with Joseph Agassi, Jan-Kyrre Berg Olsen and Evan Selinger, eds., Philosophy of Technology: 5 Questions, Copenhagen: Automatic Press / VIP, 2007, 1-6.

"Rationalizing the Historiography of Science", Nuova Civiltà Delle Macchine 25, 2007, 87-102.

2008

Articles: Communalism; Discrimination; Statistical Information, Economics of; Popper, Karl; Probability; Rationalism; Science, Scientific Method; International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2nd edition, Macmillan Reference USA, 2008.

“Between Freud and Popper”, Yearbook of the Institute of History “G. Baritiu” (Bucharest), 2008, 439-445.

Review of Andrew Warwick, Masters of Theory: Cambridge and the Rise of Mathematical Physics, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 38, 2008, 150-161 (HAZ).

Review of Friedrich Stadler and Kurt R. Fischer, editors, Paul Feyerabend: ein Philosoph aus Wien, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 38, 2008, 303 ─ 305.

Review of Nicholas Maxwell, Is Science Neurotic? Phil. Sci., 2008, 75, 477-9.

Einstein und Wissenschaftstheorie”, Conspectus, 37, 2008, 127-39.

2009

“On the decline of scientific societies”, International Journal of Technology Management, 2009, special issue, 46, 180-94.

“The Urgent Need for an Intellectual Revolution: Maxwell's Version” in Leemon McHenry, ed., From Knowledge to Wisdom: Studies in the Thought of Nicholas Maxwell. Frankfurt: Ontos Verlag, 2009, 111-28.

“Popper’s Insights into the State of Positive Economics and of Welfare Economics”, in Zuzana Parusnikova and Robert S. Cohen, eds., Rethinking Popper, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 272, 2009, 357-72.

A Review of Joseph E. Harmon and Alan G. Gross, eds., The Scientific Literature: A Guided Tour, Philosophy of the Social Sciences , 39, 2009, 122-3.

“Turner on Merton”, Philosophy of the Social sciences, 39, 284-93.

“The Advantage of Theft over Honest Toil”, Review of G. Landini, Wittgenstein’s Apprenticeship with Russell, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 39, 2009, 507-26.

Metaphysics regained”, Yearbook of the Institute of History “G. Baritiu” d in CluJ-Npoca, Series Humanistica, Vol. VII, 2009, 201-222.

2010

“Science as Commodities”, review of Philip Mirowski and Esther-Mirjam Sent, eds., Science Bought and Sold: Essays in the Economics of Science, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 40, 2010, 154-71.

“From Popper’s Literary Remains” (Jeremy Shearmur and Piers Norris Turner, eds., Karl Popper, After the Open Society: Selected Social and Political Writings), Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 40, 2010,
552–564

“Martin Buber: His Place in Twentieth-Century Philosophy”, In H. L. Israeli, ed., The Fortitudes of Creativity: In Honor of Shlomo Giora Shoham. Kadima: Gala Kedem 2010, Part 2, 71-82. Polish translation in Mêlée (Kraków), 5, 2009, 78-85.

Jan Woleński and JA, “Łukasiewicz and Popper on Induction”, History and Philosophy of Logic, 31, 2010, 381-8.

“In Wittgenstein's Shadow”, (Review of Marc Lange, ed., Philosophy of Science: An Anthology.), Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 40, 2010, 325-39.

"Diagnosis of psychosis", European Psychiatry, Volume 25, Supplement 1, 2010, Page 1139.

2011

“The philosophy of social science from Mandeville to Mannheim”, in Ian Jarvie and Jesús Zamora Bonilla, eds., The Sage Handbook of the Philosophy of Social Sciences, 2011, 38-80.

“Current Philosophy of Science” review of Stathis Psillos and Martin Curd, eds., The Routledge Companion to the Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 41, 2011, 278-94.

I. C. Jarvie and JA, (in Portuguese, with English abstract)“Por uma sociologia crítica da ciência” (“Towards a Critical Sociology of Science"), Sociologias, Brazil, 2011, 13, 43-83.
English version

"Contemporary European Philosophy, After Half-a-Century", Polish Journal of Philosophy 5, 2011, 139 – 148.

"The Import of Applied Philosophy, or The Logic of Vain Promises", in Andrea Borghini and Stefano Gattei, editors, Karl Popper oggi: una riflessione multidisciplinare. Livorno: Salomone Belforte, 2011, 61-88.

“The Manhattan Project and Its Long Shadow” (Steven Shapin, The Scientific Life: A Moral History of a Late Modern Vocation), Philosophy of the Social Sciences, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 41, 2011, 574–595.

“Verisimilitude”, Discusiones Filosóficas, 12, 2011, pp. 61 ─ 86.

2012

“We Socratic Philosophers Know that We Know Nothing”, review of Gary Gutting, What Philosophers Know. Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 42, 2012, 146–151.

Critical Rationalism, Comprehensive or Qualified: The Popper-Bartley Dispute”, in Giuseppe Franco, editor, Der Kritische Rationalismus als Denkmethode und Lebensweise: Festscrhift zum 90. Geburtstag von Hans Albert. Klagenfurt: Kitab, 2012, 34-55.

"Comments on 'The Rationality of Extremists' by John Wettersten", in The Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective.

“To Dismiss 'The Received View' ” (Timothy McGrew, Marc Alspector-Kelly, and Fritz Allhoff, eds., Philosophy of Science: An Historical Anthology), Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 42, 2012, 449–456.

“Between the Under-Labourer and the Master-Builder: Observations on Bunge’s Method” Science and Education, issue dedicated to Mario Bunge, 21, 2012, 1405-18.

“The Essential Popper”, in Raffaele De Mucci and Kurt R Leube, eds., Un austriaco in Italia, Studi in onore di Dario Antiseri. Rome, Rubbettino, 2012, 149-66 (a shorter version in PPC).

Towards a theory of consciousness and of awareness” in Shulamith Kreitler, Oded Maimon, editors, Consciousness: Its Nature and Functions, Hauppauge NY: Nova Science Publishers, 2012, 7-24.

« Individualisme institutionnel » (1975) », Œconomia [En ligne], 2-4 | 2012, mis en ligne le 01 décembre 2012, consulté le 02 février 2016. URL : http://oeconomia.revues.org/1233; DOI : 10.4000/oeconomia.1233

2013

“On the Reliability of Science: The Critical rationalist Version” (review of Deborah G. Mayo and Aris Spanos, eds., Error and Inference: Recent Exchanges on Experimental reasoning, Reliability, and the Objectivity and Rationality of Science), Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 43, 2013, 100 – 115.

Review of Harry Collins, Tacit and Explicit Knowledge, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 43, 2013, 275-279.

“Better a Bang than a Whimper”, (Seumas Miller, The Moral Foundations of Social Institutions: A Philosophical Study), Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 43, 2013, 390-396.

“Bunge Nevertheless”, (Political Philosophy: Fact, Fiction and Vision), Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 43, 2013, 542-562.

"Problem Solving", in M.Del Castello e M. Segre, editors, I limiti della razionalità. Scritti in onore di Joseph Agassi, Lanciano, Rocco Carabba, 25-34

2014

“Proof, Probability or Plausibility”, in The History and Philosophy of Polish Logic, Essays in Honour of Jan Wolenski. History of Analytic Philosophy Edited By Kevin Mulligan, Katarzyna Kijania-Placek and Tomasz Placek. Palgrave Macmillan, 2014

"Introducing Philosophy of Social Science" (Alexander Rosenberg's Philosophy of Social Science, fourth edition), Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 44, 2014, 536-550.

"Occupation" (in Hebrew) in Nation, Language: A collection of articles to celebrate the ninetieth birthday of Uzzi Ornan, Edited by Ofra Yeshua-Lyth and Dan Tamir, 2014 (another version in Between Faith and Nationality, 2014).

"Gasping for Perspective", Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal, 1, 2014, 243–249.

“Honesty Is Still the Best Policy”, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 44, 2014,

To Care for the Future of the Human Race”, Eruditio, The World Academy e-journal, September 2014.

Nimrod Bar-Am and JA. "Meaning: from Parmenides to Wittgenstein: Philosophy as 'Footnotes to Parmenides'”, Conceptus, 41, 188–208.

"The Role of Historians of Science in Contemporary Society", Acta Baltica Historiae et Philosophiae Scientiarum, vol. 2, 2014, 5-19.

2015

"The Impact of Auschwitz and Hiroshima on Scientific Culture", Mythos Magazin.

"Einstein’s Philosophy Politely Shelved", Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 45, 515–527.

Aviram Sariel, Daniel Mishori and JA, "The Re-Inventor’s Dilemma: A Tragedy of the Public Domain", Journal of Intellectual Property Law and Practice, 10, 2015, 759-766.

"Experts in Democracy: The Turner Version", Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 45, 370-384.

"Book Review: The Unique in Popper’s Contribution to Philosophy by Alexander Naraniecki", Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 45, 624-634.

I. C. Jarvie & J. A., “Rationality”, in Robert Segal & Kocku von Stuckrad, Eds., Vocabulary for the Study of Religion. Leiden: Brill. 2015, III, 188-95.

2016

"Towards a Fictionless Liberalism", Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 46, 77-91.

Book Review: How Reason Almost Lost Its Mind: The Strange Case of Cold War Rationality, by Paul Ericson, Judy L. Klein, Lorraine Daston, Rebecca Lemov, Thomas Sturm, and Michael D. Gordin, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, March 2016 46: 210-214.

"Popper and his Peers" Cahiers épistémo-logiques, 4, 2016, 113-125.

Aesthetics and the Israeli Music Scene”, in Sonus, 37, 2016, 34-46.

Kafkafi, N., Agassi, J., Chesler, E. J., Crabbe, J. C., Crusio, W. E., Eilam, D., ... & Iraqi, F. “Reproducibility and replicability of rodent phenotyping in preclinical studies”, bioRxiv, 079350., 2016.

Mauro L. Condé, Raffaele Pisano and Michael Segre, 2016. Interview with Joseph Agassi. Transversal: International Journal for the Historiography of Science, 1, 116-119.

2017

"The Philosophy of Trust", in Ilai Alon and Daniel Bar-Tal, editors, The Role of Trust in Conflict Resolution: The Israeli-Palestinian Case and Beyond. Springer, 2017, 3-14.

“There are no dangerous ideas”, in Raphael Sassower and Justin Cruickshank, editors, Democratic Problem-Solving: Dialogues on Social Epistemology, London, Rowman and Littlefield, 2017, 57-66.

"Callipolis Revisited" (review of Christopher P. Long, Socratic and Platonic Political Philosophy), Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 2017, 47, 162–74.

"Never Again?", Israel Yearbook on Human Rights, Volume 47 (2017), Edited by Yoram Dinstein and Jeff Lahav, 339-57.

 

Forthcoming

“Alexandre Koyré: His Secret Charm”, in Raffaele Pisano, Joseph Agassi and Daria Drozdova, eds., Hypotheses and Perspectives Within History and Philosophy of Science, Homage to Alexandre Koyré, 1964-2014, Cham, Switzerland, Springer, 2014, forthcoming.

"Dysfunctions", Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, 2nd Edition, 2015, forthcoming.

"Poper, Karl" and "Methodological Individualism". The Encyclopedia of Social Theory, forthcoming.

"Our agenda and its rationality", in Gérald Bronner and Francesco Di Iorio, eds., The Mystery of Rationality, Springer Lecture Notes in Morphogenesis, forthcoming.

"The Life and Time of Analytic Philosophy", Dialectics in Nature, forthcoming.

"Legal Rational Authority". The Encyclopedia of Social Theory, forthcoming.

"Incomplete information", The Encyclopedia of Social Theory, forthcoming.

"Popper, Karl R." (In Hebrew) The Hebrew Encyclopedia, forthcoming.

"Chapter 6: Popper's Critics", in José Colen, editor, Guide to Karl Popper's Political Thought, Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming.

“Technology, Biotechnology, Technological determinism”, The Encyclopedia of Social Theory. Forthcoming.

Amir Meital and JA, “Popper’s Plato”, in José Colen, editor, Guide to Karl Popper's Political Thought, Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming.

Joseph Agassi and Ian Jarvie, “Art and Aesthetics”, the Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social Theory, ed. B. S. Turner, 2017, forthcoming.

“Translation”, Journal of Chinese Philosophy, forthcoming.

"Bunge contra Popper", in Michael R. Matthews, Mario Bunge: Centenary Festschrift, Springer 2019, forthcoming.

"Religion and Peace", International Symposium on Karl R. Popper and the Problem of Change, 18-20 Sept. 2015 Ankara/ Turkey, forthcoming.

 

October, 2017


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