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Subject Index for the Years 1980 - 2000 : Philosophy of Science

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Volume

Page #

Author/Title

48 650Gee, H.
    Food for thought
48 630Weinberg, S.
    Food for thought
48 557Rowan-Robinson, M.
    Food for thought
48 468Shamos, M.H.
    Food for thought
48 406Shea, J.H.
    The continuing growth of irrationalism (Editorial)
48 389Shea, J.H.
    Have you Read? Science and religion wars
48 373-381H.L. Vacher
    Computational geology 11 - Uniformitarianism and the inverse problem
48 361Gross, P.R., and Levitt, N.
    Food for thought
48 312Weinberg, S.
    Food for thought
48 221Frodeman, R.
    Food for thought
48 178Rowan-Robinson, M.
    Food for thought
48 129Sokal, A., and J. Bricmont
    Food for thought

47

202-203

Dutch, S.I.

   

Comment on L.E. Borgman's, Zen of research (Reply by Borgman, p. 204)

47

226

Sagan, C.

   

Food for thought

47

240

Rothman, M.A.

   

Food for thought

47

271

Cromer, A.

   

Food for thought

47

410

Shea, J.H.

   

Should the Philosophy of Science be X-rated?

47

455-463

Vogt, A.

   

Toward a self-reflective science education

47

463

Johnson, G.

   

Food for thought

46

346-353

Borgman, L.E.

   

The zen of research

46

121-128

Maher, H.D.Jr.

   

Resurgent ideas as paradigms regained in the history of geology

46

50

Rothman, M.A.

   

Food for thought

45

368

Davies, P.

   

Food for thought

45

330

Frodeman, R.

   

Food for thought

45

316

trefil, J.

   

Food for thought

45

313

Johnson, G.

   

Food for thought

45

302

Shea, J.H.

   

The "science wars" of the late 20th century

45

291

Frodeman, R.

   

Food for thought

45

180

Lindley, D.

   

Food for thought

45

152

Sagan, C.

   

Food for thought

45

132

Davies, P.

   

Food for thought

45

123-128

Spencer, P.K.

   

The method of multiple working hypotheses in undergraduate education with an example of its application and misapplication

45

117-122

Murray, J.J.

   

Ethnogeology and its implications for the aboriginal geoscience curriculum

44

439-444

Collins, L.G., and Fasold, D.F.

   

Bogus "Noahs Ark" from Turkey exposed as a common geologic structure

44

428-438

Leveson, D.J., and Seidemann, D.E.

   

Richard Milton - A non-religious creationist ally

44

417-427

Frodeman, R.L.

   

Envisioning the outcrop

44

245-250

Dutch, S.I.

   

The standard model for reform in science education does not work

44

522

Dressler, A.

   

Food for thought

44

517

Rothman, M.A.

   

Food for thought

44

342

Wolpert, L.

   

Food for thought

44

276

Rothman, M.A.

   

Food for thought

44

265

Goldstein, M., and Goldstein, I.F.

   

Food for thought

44

242

Shea, J.H.

   

Constructivism in science education

44

224

Raymo, C.

   

Food for thought

44

201

Rothman, M.A.

   

Food for thought

44

178

Gross, P.R. and Levitt, N.

   

Food for thought

44

79

Feynman, R.P.

   

Food for thought

44

56

Henry, W.A. III

   

Food for thought

44

37

Wolpert, L.

   

Food for thought

44

24

Cromer, A

   

Food for thought

44

22

Gross, P.R., and Levitt, N.

   

Food for thought

43

549

Wolpert, L.

   

Food for thought

43

541

Dressler, A.

   

Food for thought

43

394

Toulmin, S., and Goodfield, J.

   

Food for thought

43

292

Rothman, M.A.

   

Food for thought

43

276

Bauer, H.H.

   

Food for thought

43

206

Gross, P.R., and Levitt, N.

   

Food for thought

43

147-151

Coleman, S.L. and Soellner, A.M.

   

Scientific literacy and earthquake prediction

43

137

Bauer, H.H.

   

Food for thought

43

59

Davies, P.

   

Food for thought

43

53

Gross, P.R. and Levitt, N.

   

Food for thought

43

29

Firestone, A.

   

Food for thought

43

25

Bauer, H.H.

   

Food for thought

42

412-416

Smith, D.P.

   

The sphere as a tool for teaching statistics

42

357

Whitney, C.A.

   

Food for thought

42

345-350

Gibson, M.A.

   

Teaching scientific integrity to geology majors

42

133

Whitney, C.A.

   

Food for thought

41

344

Lett, J.

   

Food for thought

41

302

Shea, J.H.

   

On the pervasiveness of irrationality

41

275-276

Allen, J.E.

   

Reflections of a field geologist on the ecology of science

41

260-261

triplehorn, D.M., and triplehorn, J.H.

   

Geologists select the great books of geology

41

254-259

Blewett, W.L.

   

Description, analysis, and critique of the method of multiple working hypotheses

41

218

Gehrels, T.

   

Food for thought

41

98

Blatt, H., Berry, W.B.N., and Brande, S.

   

Food for thought

41

23-28

Kenah, C., and Craig, J.R.

   

The importance of observations in geology with reference to gold-nugget formation

40

397

Morrison, P., and Morrison, P.

   

Food for thought

40

393-397

Maher, H.D.Jr.

   

Open and closed rock cycles

40

203

Berthon, S., and Robinson, A.

   

Food for thought

39

444

treifil, J.

   

Food for thought

39

330

Mermin, N.D.

   

Food for thought

39

302

Amer. Assoc. Adv. Sci.

   

Food for thought

39

299-302

Woronow, A.

   

Enigmas and solutions in the analyses of compositional data

39

288

Muller, R.

   

Food for thought

39

283

Rodgers, J.

   

Food for thought

39

185-187

Schneiderman, J.S.

   

Learning geology by writing about the history of geology

39

133-141

Rogers, R.D.

   

How do we recognize a fault when we see one?

39

67-69

Allen, J.E.

   

How geologists think - the method of multiple working hypotheses

39

47

Hubble, E.

   

Food for thought

38

457

Burke, J.

   

Food for thought

38

297

Wood, R.M.

   

Food for thought

38

243-245

Rubin, A.E., and Jerde, E.A.

   

The method of multiple working hypotheses for chocolate lovers and petrologists

38

228

Burke, J.

   

Food for thought

38

199

Burke, J.

   

Food for thought

38

186

Mermin, N.D.

   

Food for thought

38

104

American Assoc. for the Advancement of Science

   

Food for thought

38

28-30

Prevost, C.

   

De la formation des terrains des environs de Paris (translated by O.L. Johnson)

38

27

Pagels, H.R.

   

Food for thought

38

21-27

Bork, K.B.

   

Constant Prevost (1787-1856) - The life and contributions of a French uniformitarian

38

5

Miller, K.R.

   

Food for thought

37

364

Heilbron, J.L., and Kevles, D.J.

   

Food for thought

37

357

Gould, S.J.

   

Food for thought

37

340

Menard, H.W.

   

Food for thought

37

298

Dawkins, R.

   

Food for thought

37

193

Pagels, H.R.

   

Food for thought

37

170

Goldsmith, D.

   

Food for thought

37

120

Gould, S.J.

   

Food for thought

37

116

Hull, D.L.

   

Food for thought

37

97

Dawkins, R.

   

Food for thought

37

89

Pagels, H.R.

   

Food for thought

37

82

Dawkins, R.

   

Food for thought

37

55

Pagels, H.

   

Food for thought

37

17

Hansen, B.

   

Food for thought

36

143-146

Smith G.S.

   

Gaps in me rock and fossil records and implications for the rate and mode of evolution

36

329

Olsen, P.

   

Food for thought

36

309

Pagels, H.R.

   

Food for thought

36

306-309

Leveson, D.J.

   

The geologist's vision

36

243

Hull, D.L.

   

Food for thought

36

226

Resnick, R.

   

Food for thought

36

220

Hardin, G.

   

Food for thought

36

181

Dawkins, R.

   

Food for thought

36

160

Fischman, S.

   

Cartoon based on Michaelangelo's Sistine Chapel ceiling

36

72-78

Fichter, Lynn S.

   

Process-response modeling and the scientific process

36

58

Pagels, H.R.

   

Food for thought

36

36

Shipman, P.

   

Food for thought

36

29

Guth, AH., and Steinhardt, P.J.

   

Food for thought

35

196

Reading, H.G.

   

Food for thought

35

157

Goldsmith, D.

   

Food for thought

35

154

Jacob, F.

   

Food for thought

35

143

Medawar, P.B.

   

Food for thought

35

135

Cartmill, M.

   

Food for thought

35

103

Skehan, J.W.

   

New resource available in the creationism/science debate

35

15

Lindbergh, C.A.

   

Food for thought

35

4-15

Hastings, R.J.

   

New observations on Paluxy tracks confirm dinosaurian origin

34

187-190

Stokes, W.L.

   

Alleged Middle Cambrian human footprint

34

114-120

Rogers, R.D.

   

Observation and explanation in geology courses

34

97-103

Keller, W.D.

   

Fundamental entities in geology

34

10-13

Zenger, D.H.

   

Lyell and episodicity

34

206

Eldridge, N.M.

   

Food for thought

34

113

Hospers, J.

   

Food for thought

34

096

Moores, E.M.

   

Food for thought

34

88

Eldridge, N.M.

   

Food for thought

33

236

Committee on Science and Creationism

   

Food for thought

33

105

Boorstin, Daniel J.

   

Food for thought

33

44

Gould, Stephen J.

   

Food for thought

33

10

Medawar, Peter

   

Food for thought

32

298

Rupke, N.A.

   

Food for thought

32

281

Anonymous

   

AGI publishes pamphlet on evolution

32

267

Futuyma, D.J.

   

Food for thought

32

264

Simpson, G.G.

   

Food for thought

32

232

Frankel, C.

   

Food for thought

32

212

Bork, K.B.

   

The concept of biotic succession

32

190

Cousins, N.

   

Food for thought

32

188

Brain, W.R.

   

Food for thought

32

185

Morris, R.

   

Food for thought

32

183

Greene, M.

   

Food for thought

32

170

Usselman, M.

   

Food for thought

32

144

Skehan, J.W.

   

Reply (to Morris comment)

32

137

Dyson, F.

   

Food for thought

32

119

Siever, R., and Gould, S.J.

   

1983 Neil Miner Award - Stephen J. Gould

32

118

Kaufman, W., and Pilkey, O.

   

Food for thought

32

95

Greene, M.

   

Food for thought

32

88

Green, M.

   

Food for thought

32

43

Shea, J.H.

   

A list of selected references on creationism

32

1

Morris, H.M.

   

Creationism, evolutionism and liberal theology

31

335

Weinberg, A.M.

   

Food for thought

31

314

Burke, J.

   

Food for thought

31

307-314

Skehan, J.W.

   

Theological basis for a Judeo-Christian position on creationism

31

265

Judson, H.F.

   

Food for thought

31

207

Ashby, W.R.

   

Food for thought

31

140-144

Gingerich, P.D.

   

Evidence for evolution from the vertebrate fossil record

31

133

Kitcher, P.

   

Food for thought

31

105-110

Shea, J.H.

   

Creationism, uniformitarianism, geology and science

31

87-94

Strahler, A.N.

   

Toward a broader perspective in the evolutionism-creationism debate

31

86

Mayr, Ernst

   

Food for thought

31

83-86

Ferre, Frederick

   

Science, pseudo-science, and natural theology

31

82

Simpson, G.G.

   

Food for thought

31

12

Adams, A.B.

   

Food for thought

30

300-301

Watson, R.A.

   

Absence as evidence in geology

30

34-58

Brush, S.G.

   

Finding the age of the earth - By physics or by faith?

30

27-33

Dutch, S.I.

   

A critique of creationist cosmology

30

24-26

Strahler, A.N.

   

Creationists change their strategy

30

14-17

Eglin, P.G., and Graham, M.W.

   

Creationism challenges geology - A retreat to the eighteenth century

30

6-13

Dutch, S.I.

   

Notes on the nature of fringe science

30

4-5

Shea, J.H.

   

"Scientific creationism" and the future of geological education - An editorial

29

258

Brush, S.G.

   

Food for thought

29

239

Gould, S.J.

   

Food for thought

29

232

Einstein, A.

   

Food for thought

29

227

Ortega y Gasset, J.

   

Food for thought

29

120

Levin, H.S.

   

The first controversy over fossils (cartoon)

29

31-33

Bushman, J.R.

   

Uniformitarianism according to Hutton

28

244-248

Leveson, D.

   

Uniformitarianism and its alternatives

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