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The Chomsky-Skinner debate: Chomsky (1969, 1972, 1977); MacCorquodale (1970); Palmer (2006); Stemmer (1990, 2004); Virues-Ortega (2006).

The norms of sciences: Ben-David and Sullivan (1975); Jasanoff et al. (1995); Merton (1970, 1973); Resnik (2007); Storer (1966).

The history of science: Porter (2003-2006). For the early history of science, see Sarton (1952-1959). See Drake (1978) and Finocchiaro (2005) for more on Galileo; see Cottingham (1999), Hausman and Hausman (1997), Markie (1986), Schuster (1977), and M. D. Wilson (1991) on Descartes. The history of social science: S. Gordon (1991); McDonald (1994); Olson (1993); R. Smith (1997); Wagner (2001); Znaniecki (1963 [1952]).

Positivism: Bryant (1985). See Goldman (2002) on social science and policy in 19th-century Britain and see O’Connor (2001) on social science and poverty in the United States. See Turner (1986) on the history of methods in the social sciences.

Dilthey: Hodges (1952); Makkreel (1975).

Hermeneutics: Hoffman et al. (2005); Sherratt (2006); Zigon (2009).

Phenomenology: Elliott (2005); Moran (2000); Sokolowski (2000); Zahavi (2003).

 
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