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Abbott, Philip. “The Human Sciences and the Case of the Untrustworthy Narrator: Sigmund Freud's Dora and Louis Hartz's The Liberal Tradition in America.” Soundings 84 (2001): 419-447.
Keywords: Louis Hartz | narrative | Psychology & Cognitive Sciences | rhetoric of science | Sigmund Freud | social sciences
  
Alexander, Amir R. “Exploration Mathematics: The Rhetoric of Discovery and the Rise of Infinitesimal Methods.” Configurations 9 (2001): 1-36.
Keywords: Christopher Clavius | Galileo Galilei | John Evangelista Wallis | physical & mathematical sciences | rhetoric of science | Simon Torricelli Stevin | William Oughtred
  
Allen, Danielle Susan. Intricate Democracy: Hobbes, Ellison, and Aristotle on Distrust, Rhetoric, and Civic Friendship. Ph.D. Dissertation: Harvard University, 2001.
Keywords: Ralph Ellison | rhetoric of science | theory | Thomas Hobbes
  
Anderson, Rhonda. “Urban Planning in the Founding of Cartesian Thought.” Philosophy and Geography 4 (August 2001): 141-167.
Keywords: geometry | René Descartes | rhetoric of science | urban studies
  
Anderson, Ronald. “Exploring the Mathematical and Interpretative Strategies of Maxwell's Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism.” Endeavour 25 (December 2001): 157-165.
Keywords: James Clerk Maxwell | physical & mathematical sciences | rhetoric of science
  
Armisen-Marchetti, Mireille. “L'imaginaire analogique et la constitution du savoir dans les Quaestiones Naturales de Sénèque.” In Courrent (Collections), pp. 155-172.
Keywords: rhetoric of science | Seneca
  
Ashman, Keith M. “Measuring the Hubble Constant: Objectivity under the Telescope.” In Ashman (Collections), pp. 98-119.
Keywords: physical & mathematical sciences | rhetoric of science | telescope
  
Avise, John C. “Evolving Genomic Metaphors: A New Look at the Language of DNA.” Science Washington D.C. 294 (5 October 2001): 86-87.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | metaphor | rhetoric of science
  
Baehr, Peter. “The ‘Iron Cage' and the ‘Shell as Hard as Steel': Parsons, Weber and the stahlhartes Gehause Metaphor in The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism .” History and Theory 40 (May 2001): 153-169.
Keywords: Max Weber | metaphor | rhetoric of science | social sciences | Talcott Parsons
  
Baker, Bernadette. “Moving On (Part 1): The Physics of Power and Curriculum History.” Journal of Curriculum Studies 33 (2001): 157-177.
Keywords: Aristotle | education | Isaac Newton | rhetoric of science | social sciences
  
Baker, Bernadette. “Moving On (Part 2): Power and the Child in Curriculum History.” Journal of Curriculum Studies 33 (2001): 277-302.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | education | Michel Foucault | rhetoric of science
  
Barbato, Marcello. “Plinio il Vecchio volgarizzato da Landano e da Brancati.” In Gualdo (Collections), pp. 187-227.
Keywords: Cristoforo Landino | Giovanni Brancati | Pliny the Elder | rhetoric of science
  
Barton, Ellen L. “Textual Practices of Erasure: Representations of Disability and the Founding of the United Way.” IN Wilson, James C., and Cythia Lewiecki-Wilson, eds. Embodied Rhetorics: Disability in Language and Culture . Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 2001.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | Mediciine | rhetoric of science | social sciences
  
Beatty, John. “Hannah Arendt and Karl Popper: Darwinism, Historical Determinism, and Totalitarianism.” In Singh (Collections), pp. 62-76.
Keywords: | Charles Darwin | Hannah Arendt | Karl Marx | Karl Popper | rhetoric of science
  
Belot, Gordon, and John Earman. “Pre-Socratic Quantum Gravity.” In Callender (Collections), pp. 213-255.
Keywords: physical & mathematical sciences | quantum theory | relativity | rhetoric of science | time
  
Bierwisch, Manfred. "Die Fata Morgana der gemeinsamen Sprache.” In Gegenworte 7 (2001) 12-17.
Keywords: | rhetoric of science
  
Blackmore, John, Kyolchi Itagaki, and Seiji Tanaka. “Carnap's Machist ‘Phase,' Partly by Himself.” In Blackmore (Collections), pp. 159-186.
Keywords: Ernst Mac | rhetoric of science | Rudolf Carnap
  
Blackmore, John, Kyolchi Itagaki, and Seiji Tanaka. “Introduction [to Ernst Mach's Vienna 1895-1930: Or Phenomenalism as Philosophy of Science ].” In Blackmore (Collections), pp. 1-27.
Keywords: education | Ernst Mach | rhetoric of science
  
Blakeslee, Ann M. Interacting with Audiences: Social Influences on the Production of Scientific Writing . Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum, 2001.
Keywords: language | rhetoric of science
  
Blay, Michel. “Force, Continuity, and the Mathematization of Motion at the End of the Seventeenth Century,” In Buchwald ( Collections ), pp. 225-248.
Keywords: Isaac Newton | physical & mathematical sciences | Pierre Varignon | rhetoric of science
  
Boyd, Richard N. “Reference, (In)commensurability and Meanings: Some (Perhaps) Unanticipated Complexities.” In Hoyningen (Collections), pp. 1-63.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | rhetoric of science | Thomas S. Kuhn
  
Böhme, Hartmut. “Äesthetische Wissenschaft: Aporien der Forschung im Werk Alexander von Humboldts.” In Ette2 (Collections), pp. 17-32.
Keywords: aesthetics | Alexander von Humboldt | physical & mathematical sciences | rhetoric of science
  
Brackenridge, J. Bruce. “Newton's Mature Dynamics: A Crooked Path Made Straight.” In Buchwald (Collections), pp. 105-137.
Keywords: Isaac Newton | physical & mathematical sciences | rhetoric of science
  
Brenner, Anastasios. “La notion de révolution scientifique selon les encyclopédistes.” Kairos 18 (2001): 25-35.
Keywords: rhetoric of science | Science Studies
  
Brown, Cecelia. “The E-volution of Preprints in the Scholarly Communication of Physicists and Astronomers.” Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 62 (1 February 2001): 187-200.
Keywords: physical & mathematical sciences | rhetoric of science
  
Brown, Harold I. “Incommensurability and Reality.” In Hoyningen (Collections), pp. 123-142.
Keywords: Paul Feyerabend | rhetoric of science | Thomas S. Kuhn
  
Brueggemann, Brenda Jo. “Deafness, Literacy, Rhetoric: Legacies of Language and Communication.” IN Wilson, James C., and Cythia Lewiecki-Wilson, eds. Embodied Rhetorics: Disability in Language and Culture . Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 2001.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | medicine | rhetoric of science | social sciences
  
Brugnolo, Stefano. La letterarietà dei discorsi scientifici: Aspetti figurali e narrative della prosa di Hegel, Tocqueville, Darwin, Marx, Freud . Rome: Bulzoni, 2001.
Keywords: Alexis de Tocqueville | Charles Darwin | G. W. F. Hegel | Karl Marx | metaphor | narrative | rhetoric of science | Sigmund Freud
  
Bulbeck, Chilla. “Speaking Menopause: Intersections between Asian and Western Medical Discourses.” Intersections 5 (2001): no pagination.
Keywords: gender studies | medicine | rhetoric of science
  
Butterfield, Jeremy, and Christopher Isham. “Spacetime and the Philosophical Challenge of Quantum Gravity.” In Callender (Collections), pp. 33-89.
Keywords: physical & mathematical sciences | quantum theory | relativity | rhetoric of science | string theory | time
  
Carmody, John. “Celebrating Science: Scientists Feel Passion, but They Need to Convey It in Their Writing.” Nature 412 (26 July 2001): 383-384.
Keywords: | rhetoric of science
  
Casapullo, Rosa. “Segmentazione del testo e modalità d'uso delle enciclopedie tra latino e volgare.” In Gualdo (Collections), pp. 153-185.
Keywords: | rhetoric of science
  
Cassini, Alejandro. “¿Como se reconoce un descubrimiento cientifico?” Analisis Filosofico 21, no. 1 (2001): 43-75. Thomas S .
Keywords: Kuhn | rhetoric of science
  
Cat, Jordi. “On Understanding: Maxwell on the Methods of Illustration and Scientific Metaphor.” Stud Hist Phil Mod Physics 32B (2001): 395-441.
Keywords: James Clerk Maxwell | metaphor | rhetoric of science
  
Ceccarelli, Leah. Shaping Science with Rhetoric: The Cases of Dobzhansky, Schrodinger, and Wilson. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2001.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | Edward O. Wilson | Erwin Schrodinger | evolution | genetics | physics | rhetoric of science | Theodosius Grigorievich Dobzhansky
  
Ceccarelli, Leah. Shaping Science with Rhetoric: The Cases of Dobzhansky, Schrödinger, and Wilson. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2001.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | Edward O. Wilson | Erwin Schrödinger | genetics | rhetoric of science | Theodosius Dobzhansky
  
Chayut, Michael. “From the Periphery: The Genesis of Eugene P. Wigner's Application of Group Theory to Quantum Mechanics.” Foundations of Chemistry: Philosophical, Historical and Interdisciplinary Studies of Chemistry 3 (2001): 55-78.
Keywords: Eugene Wigner | physical & mathematical sciences | rhetoric of science
  
Choe, S. W. Tina, and Philippa M. Drennan. “Analyzing Scientific Literature Using a Jigsaw Group Activity: Piecing Together Student Discussions on Environmental Research.” Journal of College Science Teaching 30 (2001): 328-330.
Keywords: pedagogy | rhetoric of science
  
Ciardi, Marco. “La chimica pavese e la rivoluzione lavoisieriana.” In Stella (Collections), pp. 703-718.
Keywords: Alessandro Volta | Antoine Laurent de Lavoisier | physical & mathematical sciences | rhetoric of science
  
Ciurana, Emilio Roger. “Complejidad. Elementos para una definición.” Acta Sociologica 32 (2001): 85-117.
Keywords: chaos theory | Gaston Bachelard | Niels Bohr | rhetoric of science
  
Clark, Shari Jill. The Science in Modernist Literature: Degeneration, Dynamics and Demons . Ph.D. Dissertation: Texas Tech University, 2001.
Keywords: David Porush | Ezra Pound | film/TV | Fritz Lang | Joseph Conrad | metaphor | modernism | narrative | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | rhetoric of science | visual arts—20th C
  
Cobb, Michael Lyle. Racial Blasphemies . Ph.D. Dissertation: Cornell University, 2001.
Keywords: Flannery O'Connor | James Baldwin | Paule Marshall | race studies | religion | rhetoric of science | social sciences | William Faulkner
  
Collins, Stephen. The Influence of the Great Chain of Being on the Rhetoric Manuals of Sixteenth Century. Tudor England. Ph.D. Dissertatiion: Northwestern University, 2001.
Keywords: Angel Day | Arthur O. Lovejoy | Great Chain of Being | Henry Peacham | literature--16th C | religion | rhetoric of science | social sciences | theory | Thomas Wilson
  
Colyvan, Mark. “Mathematics and Aesthetic Considerations in Science.” Mind 111 (2001): 69-74. [Also see Melia.
Keywords: physical & mathematical sciences | rhetoric of science | ] aesthetics
  
Condit, Celeste Michelle. “Rhetorical Formations of Genetics in Science and Society.” RhetRev 20 (2001): 12-17.
Keywords: genetics | rhetoric of science
  
Consigny, Scott Porter. Gorgias, Sophist and Artis t. Columbia, S.C.: University of South Carolina Press, 2001.
Keywords: Gorgias | rhetoric of science | social sciences
  
Corwin, Sharon Lynn. Selling "America": Precisionism and the Rhetoric of Industry, 1916--1939 . Ph.D. Dissertation: University of California, Berkeley, 2001 .
Keywords: advertisements | Charles Sheeler | exhibitions | Georgia O'Keefe | landscape | Margaret Bourke-White | photography | precisionism | rhetoric of science | social sciences | technology | visual arts—20th C
  
Couser, G. Thomas. “Conflicting Paradigms: The Rhetorics of Disability Memoir.” IN Wilson, James C., and Cythia Lewiecki-Wilson, eds. Embodied Rhetorics: Disability in Language and Culture . Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 2001.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | medicine | rhetoric of science | social sciences
  
Cronje, Ruth Johnson. Communicative Rationality and the Future of Science. Ph. D. Dissertation: University of Minnesota, 2001.
Keywords: Jürgen Habermas | linguistics | rhetoric of science
  
Cuddington, Kim. “The ‘Balance of Nature' Metaphor and Equilibrium in Population Ecology.” Biol & Phil 16 (2001): 463-479.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | environmental sciences | metaphor | rhetoric of science
  
Danesi, Marcel. “Metaphor and the Interconnectedness of Representational Systems: Observations on a Recent Volume Dealing with the Role of Metaphor in Thought and Culture [Review article].” International Review of Sociology/Revue Internationale de Sociologie 11 (2001): 110-120.
Keywords: metaphor | rhetoric of science
  
Darrigol, Olivier. “The Historians' Disagreement over the Meaning of Planck's Quantum.” Centaurus 34, nos. 3-4 (2001): 219-239.
Keywords: Allan Needell | Friedrich Hund | Max Klein Jammer | Max Planck | physical & mathematical sciences | quantum theory | rhetoric of science | Thomas S. Kuhn
  
Day, Ronald E. The Modern Invention of Information: Discourse, History, and Power . Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 2001.
Keywords: language | Martin Heidegger | Paul Otler | Pierre Lévy | rhetoric of science | Walter Benjamin
  
De Regt, Henk W. “Spacetime, Visualisation and the Intelligibility of Physical Theories.” Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 32B (2001): 243-265.
Keywords: imagination | physical & mathematical sciences | quantum theory | rhetoric of science
  
de Swaan, Abram. “English in the Social Sciences.” In Ammon (Collections), pp. 71-83.
Keywords: language | rhetoric of science | social sciences
  
Derksen, A. A. “The Seven Strategies of the Sophisticated Pseudo-Scientist: A Look into Freud's Rhetorical Tool Box.” Journal for General Philosophy of Science 32 (2001): 329-350.
Keywords: Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | rhetoric of science | Sigmund Freud
  
Dombrowski, Paul M. “Plastic Language for Plastic Science: The Rhetoric of Comrade Lysenko.” JTWC 31 (2001): 293-333.
Keywords: genetics | rhetoric of science | Trofim Lysenko
  
Donati, Silvia. “'Utrum accidens posit existere sine subiecto': Aristotlische Metaphysik und christliche Theologie in den Physikkommentaren des 13. Jahrhunderts.” In Nach der Verurteilung von 1277: Philosophie und Theologie an der Universität von Paris im Letzen Viertel des 13. Jahrhunderts: Studien und Texte , Jan A. Aersten, Kent Emery, Jr., and Andreas Speer, eds., 577-617. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2001.
Keywords: Aristotle | physical & mathematical sciences | rhetoric of science
  
Engler, Gideon. “Quantum Field Theories and Aesthetic Disparity.” International Studies in the Philosophy of Science 15 (2001): 51-63.
Keywords: aesthetics | Paul Dirac | physical & mathematical sciences | quantum theory | rhetoric of science | Steven Weinberg
  
Erevelles, Nirmala. “In Search of the Disabled Subject.” IN Wilson, James C., and Cythia Lewiecki-Wilson, eds. Embodied Rhetorics: Disability in Language and Culture . Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 2001.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | medicine | rhetoric of science | social sciences
  
Esfield, Michael. “Lewis' Causation and Quantum Correlations.” In Spohn (Collections), pp. 175-189.
Keywords: David K. Lewis | quantum theory | rhetoric of science
  
Ewalt, Margaret Russell. A Colonial Cabinet of Curiosities: Joseph Gumilla's "Wunderkammer. El Orinoco ilustrado" and the Rhetoric of Wonder. Ph.D. Dissertation: University of Virginia, UVA, 2001.
Keywords: anthropology | ethnography | geography | imperialism | Joseph Gumilla | literature--18th C | museums | narrative | natural history | paradigm | religion | rhetoric of science | Science Studies | visual arts—18th C
  
FalerSweany, Margaret Louise. A Rhetoric of Deliberative Decision-making: The Rhetorical Situation in Global Climate Change Hearings. Ph.D. Dissertation: Michigan Technological University, 2001.
Keywords: climate | environmental sciences | hueristic | Lloyd F. Bitzer | physical & mathematical sciences | rhetoric of science
  
Fátima Nunes, Maria de. Imprensa periódica cientifica (1772-1852): Leituras de “sciencia agricola” em Portugal. Lisbon: Estar Editora, 2001.
Keywords: agriculture | rhetoric of science
  
Finkelstein, Gabriel. “Romanticism, Race, and Recapitulation.” Science 294 (2001): 2101-2102.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | Carl Gustav Carus | Gustav Klemm | Henrik Steffens | race studies | rhetoric of science
  
Fortuine, Robert. The Words of Medicine: Sources, Meanings, and Delights. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas, 2001.
Keywords: medicine | rhetoric of science
  
Forty, Adrian. “'Spatial Mechanics': Scientific Metaphors in Architecture.” In Galison (Collections), pp. 213-231.
Keywords: architecture | metaphor | rhetoric of science | technology
  
Fox, Dorinda Dawn. The Rhetoric of Comedy as Practiced by Rhapsodes George Carlin and Chris Rock. Ph.D. Dissertation: Florida State University, 2001. George Carlin, Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
Keywords: | Chris Rock | humor | race studies | rhetoric of science
  
Franks, Beth. “Gutting the Golden Goose: Disability in Grimms' Fairy Tales.” IN Wilson, James C., and Cythia Lewiecki-Wilson, eds. Embodied Rhetorics: Disability in Language and Culture . Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 2001.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | medicine | rhetoric of science | social sciences
  
Friedman, Michael. “Matter and Motion in the Metaphysical Foundations and the First Critique : The Empirical Concept of Matter and the Categories.” In Watkins ( Collections), pp. 53-69.
Keywords: Immanuel Kant | Isaac Newton | rhetoric of science
  
Fronterotta, Francesco. “De Platon à Kant. Épistémologie et ontology dans l'interprétation néokantienne de Platon.” In Narcyv, pp. 145-170.
Keywords: Immanuel Kant | Plato | rhetoric of science
  
Fuchs, Stephan. “A Social Theory of Objectivity.” In Segerstrale (Collections), pp. 155-183.
Keywords: | rhetoric of science
  
Gabbey, Alan. “Disciplinary Transformations in the Age of Newton: The Case of Metaphysics.” In Lefevre ( Collections ), pp. 3-23.
Keywords: David Hume | George Berkeley | Gottfried W. Leibniz | Immanuel Kant | Isaac Newton | John Locke | rhetoric of science | William Cullen
  
Gercken-Hawkins, Rebecca Rachel. Authentic Reservations: The Rhetorical War for Native American Identity. Ph.D.Dissertation: University of Miami, 2001.
Keywords: anthropology | film/TV | Joy Harjo | Louise Erdrich | race studies | rhetoric of science | social sciences
  
Gest, Howard. “Evolution of Knowledge Encapsulated in Scientific Definitions.” Perspect Biol Med 44 (2001): 536-564.
Keywords: language | rhetoric of science
  
Giles, Timothy D. “The Missing Metaphor.” JTWC 31 (2001): 373-390.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | cloning | metaphor | rhetoric of science
  
Gill, Martin. “'Words that Speak Works': Writing, Rhetoric, and the Origin of British Empiricism.” In Gill (Collections), pp. 15-31.
Keywords: language | rhetoric of science
  
Glazebrook, Trish. “Zeno against Mathematical Physics.” JHI 62 (2001): 193-210.
Keywords: physical & mathematical sciences | rhetoric of science | Zeno
  
Godlewska, Anne Marie Claire. “Von der Vision der Aufklärung zur modernen Wissenchaft? Humboldts visuelles Denken.” In Ette (Collections), pp. 157-194.
Keywords: Alexander von Humboldt | cartography | geography | rhetoric of science
  
Goldstein, Sheldon, and Stefan Teufel. “Quantum Spacetime Without Observers: Ontological Clarity and the Conceptual Foundations of Quantum Gravity.” In Callender ( Collections ), pp. 275-289.
Keywords: physical & mathematical sciences | quantum theory | rhetoric of science
  
Gonzalez Pueyo, Isabel. “Technical Metaphor and the Creation of Field.” ESPecialist 22 (2001): 191-218.
Keywords: linguistics | metaphor | rhetoric of science | technology
  
Gransow, Bettina. “'Nontranslatable': Indigenous Concepts in Social Science Research on China.” Asian Journal of Social Science 29 (2001): 262-284.
Keywords: language | rhetoric of science | social sciences
  
Greene, Stuart. “The Question of Authenticity: Teaching Writing in a First-Year College History of Science Class.” Research in the Teaching of English 35 (2001): 525-569.
Keywords: pedagogy | rhetoric of science
  
Greengrass, Mara R. “'What Were Women Doing During the Ascent of Man?': Gender and Archaeology.” In MacNabb (Collections), pp. 119-127.
Keywords: gender studies | rhetoric of science | social sciences
  
Greiff, Bodo von. "Hat Galilei seine Zeit verschwendet? Von geistiger Arbeitsteilung und wissenschaftlichen Dialogen.” Gegenworte 7 ( 2001): 49-52.
Keywords: Galileo Galilei | language | physical & mathematical sciences | rhetoric of science
  
Griffiths, Paul E. “Genetic Information: A Metaphor in Search of a Theory.” Phil Sci 68 (2001): 394-412.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | genetics | John Maynard Smith | metaphor | rhetoric of science
  
Grosse, Eduard. ” . . . ein wirtschaftlicher, nicht nur ein kultureller Verlust.“ Gegenworte 7 (2001): 61-63.
Keywords: | rhetoric of science
  
Gruender, David. “On Explanation: Aristotelian and Hempelean.” In Cao (Collections), pp. 135-141.
Keywords: Aristotle | Carl G. Hempel | rhetoric of science
  
Gutmann, Mathias, and Michael Weingarten. “Die Bedeutung von Metaphern für die biologische Theorienbildung.” Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie 49 (2001): 549-566.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | Josef Köning | language | metaphor | rhetoric of science
  
Haglund, Richard F., Jr. “Visualization and Emergence in Contemporary Physics.” In Rowland (Collections), pp. 57-68.
Keywords: chaos theory | Johann W. von Goethe | quantum theory | rhetoric of science
  
Harms, Ingeborg. "Genmanipulationen der Poesie.” Gegenworte 7 (2001): 65-68.
Keywords: genetics | literature—general | rhetoric of science
  
Hayles, N. Katherine. “Desiring Agency: Limiting Metaphors and Enabling Constraints in Dawkins and Deleuze/Guattari.” SubStance 30, nos. 1-2 (2001): 144-159.
Keywords: cognition | Félix Guattari | Gilles Deleuze | langauge | metaphor | mind | rhetoric of science | Richard Dawkins
  
Henze, Brent R. Scientific Rhetorics in the Emergence of British Ethnology, 1808--1848: Discourses, Disciplines, and Institutions . Ph.D. Dissertation: Pennsylvania State University, 2001.
Keywords: boundry work | Celeste M. Condit | Charles Bazerman | discourse | ethnology | James Cowles Prichard | race studies | rhetoric of science | Science Studies | social sciences | Thomas F. Gieryn
  
Hubmann, Gerald. "Von der Notwendigkeit der Metapher.” Gegenworte 7 (2001): 59-60.
Keywords: metaphor | rhetoric of science
  
Hucho, Ferdinand, and Carsten Hucho. "Bad English, unsere weltmännische Sprachprothese.” Gegenworte 7 (2001): 18-20.
Keywords: | rhetoric of science
  
Hyde, Jon E. Decoding the Codes: A Content Analysis of the News Coverage of Genetic Cloning by Three Online News Sites and Three National Daily Newspapers, 1996 through 1998 . Ph.D. Dissertation: New York University, 2001.
Keywords: cloning | codes | genetics | rhetoric of science | Science Studies | technology
  
Ihde, Don. “Was Heidegger Prescient Concerning Technoscience?” Existentia 11 (2001): 373-386.
Keywords: Martin Heidegger | rhetoric of science | technology
  
Ildefonse, Frédérique. “La classification des objets. Sur un passage du Politique 287b-289c.” In Narcy ( Collections ), pp. 105-121.
Keywords: Plato | rhetoric of science
  
Inoue, Fumio. “English as a Language of Science in Japan: From Corpus Planning to Status Planning.” In Ammon (Collections), pp. 447-469.
Keywords: language | rhetoric of science
  
Jacobi, Klaus. “Das Können und die Möglichkeiten. Potentialität und Possibilität.” In Buchheim (Collections), pp. 9-23.
Keywords: Aristotle | rhetoric of science | Thomas Aquinas
  
Janich Peter. "Metaphern in der Genomforschung.” Gegenworte 7 (2001): 33-36.
Keywords: language | metaphor | rhetoric of science
  
Johns, Adrian. “The Birth of Scientific Reading: The Social Structures of Science Were Invented to Cope with an Explosion of Printed Information.” Nature 409 (18 January 2001): 287-288.
Keywords: | rhetoric of science
  
Jones, Angela Lynn. Expanding Boundaries: A Rhetorical Genre Analysis of the Western Novels of Mary Hallock Foote and B. M. Bower . Ph.D. Dissertation: University of Kansas, 2001.
Keywords: B. M. Bower | gender studies literature--19th C | Mary Hallock Foote | rhetoric of science
  
Kaplan, Robert B. “English—The Accidental Language of Science?” In Ammon (Collections), pp. 3-26.
Keywords: language | rhetoric of science
  
Klima, Gyula. “Buridan's Theory of Definitions in His Scientific Practice.” In Thijseen (Collection ), pp. 29-47.
Keywords: Jean Buridan | rhetoric of science
  
Knuuttila, Simo. “Necessities in Buridan's Natural Philosophy.” In Thijseen (Collections), pp. 65-95.
Keywords: Jean Buridan | rhetoric of science
  
Krieger, Gerhard. “ Naturaliter Principiis Assentimus : Naturalism as the Foundation of Human Knowledge.” Trans. by William Edelglass and Oliver Baum. In Thijseen (Collections), pp. 97-125.
Keywords: Jean Buridan | rhetoric of science
  
Krimbas, Costas B. “In Defense of Neo-Darwinism: Popper's ‘Darwinism as a Metaphysical Programme' Revisited.” In Singh (Collections), pp. 292-308.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | genetics | Karl Popper | rhetoric of science
  
Kubovy, Michael, and William Epstein. “Internalization: A Metaphor We Can Live Without.” Behavioral and Brain Sciences 24 (2001): 618-625.
Keywords: metaphor | Psychology & Cognitive Sciences | rhetoric of science
  
Kudzsus, W. G. “The Process of Translation in Freud's The Interpretation of Dreams .” IJGLSA [note: Interdisciplinary Journal for Germanic Linguistics and Semiotic Analysis ] 6 (2001): 185-194.
Keywords: language | rhetoric of science | Sigmund Freud
  
Kullmann, Wolfgang. “Aristoteles' wissenschaftliche Methode in seinen zoologische Schriften.” In Wohrle (Collections), pp. 103-123.
Keywords: Aristotle | rhetoric of science | zoology
  
Kuusk, Piret. “Physical Reality, Theoretical Physics, and Mathematics.” In Vihalemm (Collections), pp. 203-214.
Keywords: physical & mathematical sciences | rhetoric of science | William Anderson
  
Küppers, Bernd-Olof. “Understanding Complexity.” In Russell (Collections), pp. 93-105.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | rhetoric of science
  
Labastida-Ochoa, Jaime. “Ein Arbeitstag Alexander von Humboldts: Seine wissenschaftliche Methode.” In Ette2 (Collections), pp. 161-167.
Keywords: Alexander von Humboldt | rhetoric of science
  
Lackner, Michael. "Wortfindungsmühen der Chinesen. Zur Integration westlicher Wissenschaft.” Gegenworte 7 (2001): 72-75.
Keywords: language | rhetoric of science
  
Lafrance, Yvon. “La rationalité platonicienne: mathématiques et dialectique chez Platon.” In Narcy (Collections), pp. 13-48.
Keywords: physical & mathematical sciences | Plato | rhetoric of science
  
Lefèvre, Wolfgang. “Natural or Artificial Systems? The Eighteenth-Century Controversy on Classification of Animals and Plants and its Philosophical Contexts.” In Lefevre (Collections) , pp. 191-209.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | rhetoric of science
  
Librandi, Rita. “ Auctoritas e testualità nella descrizione dei fenomeni fisici.” In Gualdo (Collections), pp. 99-126.
Keywords: | rhetoric of science
  
Liz, Manuel. “New Physical Properties.” In Cao (Collections), pp. 29-41.
Keywords: rhetoric of science | Science Studies
  
Lohr, Charles H. “'Art' and Possibility: The Rule Concerning Possibility in the Ars lulliana .” In Buchheim (Collections), pp. 165-173.
Keywords: Aristotle | Ramón Lull | rhetoric of science | Thomas Aquinas
  
Long, Pamela O. “Openness and Empiricism: Values and Meaning in Early Architectural Writings and in Seventeenth-Century Experimental Philosophy.” In Galison (Collections) , pp. 79-103.
Keywords: architecture | Filarete (Antonio Averlino) | Leon Battista Alberti | rhetoric of science | Science Studies
  
Lopez, Cristina Sigrid. Difference and Gender in Evolutionary Biology: A Feminist Rhetoric of Science. Ph.D. Dissertation: Ohio State University, 200l.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | determinism | evolution | gender studies | Lynn Margulis | Margie Profet | rhetoric of science | Robin Baker | Science Studies
  
Macheiner, Judith. "Im sprachlichen Schrebergarten.” Gegenworte 7 (2001): 37-39.
Keywords: | rhetoric of science
  
Maher, Robert Joseph Daniel. Radical rationality: The Logic of Extreme Environmental Rhetoric. Ph.D. Dissertation: University Arizona, 2001.
Keywords: environmental sciences | narrative | pragmatism | rhetoric of science | Science Studies | social sciences | symbolism
  
Mambella, Guido. “Leopardi, Descartes e il francese come lingua di scienza.” In Stabile (Collections), pp. 43-57.
Keywords: Giacomo Leopardi | René Descartes | rhetoric of science
  
Mamiani, Maurizio. “To Twist the Meaning: Newton's Regulae Philosophandi Revisited.” In Buchwald (Collections), pp. 3-14.
Keywords: Isaac Newton | physical & mathematical sciences | rhetoric of science | Robert Sanderson
  
Martel, Angéline. “When Does Knowledge Have a National Language? Language Policy-Making for Science and Technology.” In Ammon (Collections), pp. 27-57.
Keywords: language | rhetoric of science
  
Mattenklott, Gert. “Wissenschaftsprosa und äesthetische Erfahrung.” Zeitschrift für Äesthetik und allgemeine Kunstwissenschaft 46 (2001): 175-187.
Keywords: aesthetics | rhetoric of science
  
McNally, David. Bodies of Meaning: Studies on Language, Labor, and Liberation. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2001.
Keywords: postmodernism | rhetoric of science | social sciences
  
McOuat, Gordon. “Cataloguing Power: Delineating ‘Competent Naturalists' and the Meaning of Species in the British Museum.” BJHS 34 (2001): 1-28.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | John Edward Gray | museums | rhetoric of science
  
Melia, Joseph. “Response to Colyvan.” Mind 111 (2001): 75-79. [Also see Colyvan.
Keywords: rhetoric of science | ] aesthetics
  
Mermin, N. David. “Readings and Misreadings.” In Labinger (Collections), pp. 275-279.
Keywords: rhetoric of science | Science Studies
  
Miller, Jon D., and Linda G. Kimmel. Biomedical Communications: Purposes, Audiences, and Strategies. San Diego, CA: Academic Press, 2001.
Keywords: biotechnology | medicine | rhetoric of science
  
Montemayor-Borsinger, Ann. “Linguistic Choices in Two Research Articles in Physics: Study of an Author's Development.” ESPecialist 22 (2001): 51-74.
Keywords: language | linguistics | physical & mathematical sciences | rhetoric of science
  
Müller, Eberhard. “A Constructivistic Interpretation of Quantum Theory.” In Spohn (Collections), pp. 191-198.
Keywords: Physical/ & Mathematical Sciences | quantum theory | rhetoric of science
  
Müller-Brettel, Marianne. "Citation Indices—Objektivität und 'magisches' Denken.” Gegenworte 7 (2001): 32-34.
Keywords: | rhetoric of science
  
Müürsepp, Peeter. “Science and Magic: Causality.” In Vihalemm (Collections), pp. 165-178.
Keywords: Aristotle | rhetoric of science
  
Nadeau, Robert. “Economic Rhetoric and the Explanation of Success.” Revue Internationale de Philosophie 55 (2001): 351-369.
Keywords: economics | rhetoric of science
  
Narr, Wolf-Dieter. "Vom Machtsystem in den Wortfolgen.” Gegenworte 7 (2001): 40-43.
Keywords: language | rhetoric of science
  
Nate, Richard. “'Plain and Vulgarly Express'd': Margaret Cavendish and the Discourse of the New Science.” Rhetorica 19 (2001): 403-417.
Keywords: language | Margaret Cavendish | rhetoric of science
  
Nauenberg, Michael. “Newton's Perturbation Methods for the Three-Body Problem and Their Application to Lunar Motion.” In Buchwald (Collections), pp. 189-224.
Keywords: Isaac Newton | rhetoric of science
  
Nersessian, Nancy J. “Concept Formation and Commensurability.” In Hoyningen (Collections), pp. 273-301.
Keywords: James Clerk Maxwell | physical & mathematical sciences | rhetoric of science
  
Newman, Jane O. “Citational Science: Textuality and Authority of the ‘Scientific Fact' in Early Modern Central Europe (Lohenstein's Cleopatra , 1680).” In The Construction of Textual Authority in German Literature of the Medieval and Early Modern Periods , James F. Poag and Claire Baldwin, eds., 211-238. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 2001.
Keywords: Daniel Casper von Lohenstein | rhetoric of science
  
Norris, Christopher. “Putnam on Realism, Reference and Truth: The Problem with Quantum Mechanics.” International Studies in the Philosophy of Science 15 (2001): 65-91.
Keywords: Hilary Putnam | Michael Dummett | physical & mathematical sciences | quantum theory | rhetoric of science
  
Nortmann, Ulrich. “'Das Saatkorn ist dem Vermögen nach eine Pflanze.' Über ontologische und logische Aspekte Aristotelischer Möglichkeitssätze.” In Buchheim (Collections) , pp. 43-58.
Keywords: Aristotle | rhetoric of science
  
Nye, Emily F. “The Rhetoric of AIDS: A New Taxonomy.” IN Wilson, James C., and Cythia Lewiecki-Wilson, eds. Embodied Rhetorics: Disability in Language and Culture . Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 2001.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | medicine | rhetoric of science | social sciences
  
Pala Mull, Cigdem. Public Politics, Private God: Political Rhetoric of Religious Morality in Selected American Social Novels. Ph.D. Dissertation: University North Dakota, 2001.
Keywords: | Edward Bellamy | Frederic Jameson | Harriet Beecher Stowe | Irving Howe | John Steinbeck | Martha C. Nussbaum | morality | Rebecca Harding Davis | religion | rhetoric of science | social sciences | Wayne Booth
  
Palm. Viktor. “Some Fundamental Criteria of the Scientific Method and the Internal Structure of Science.” In Vihalemm (Collections), pp. 91-110.
Keywords: | rhetoric of science
  
Paulson, Donald R. “Writing for Chemists: Satisfying the CSU Upper-Division Writing Requirement.” Journal of Chemical Education 78 (2001): 1047-1049.
Keywords: education | rhetoric of science
  
Pedeferri, Pietro. “Paralipomenti voltiani. La polemica sulla teoria della pila e altre cosa.” In Stella (Collections) , pp. 673-701.
Keywords: Alessandro Volta | electricity | Marcello Pera | Physical& Mathematical Sciences | rhetoric of science
  
Perry, Susan P. A Question of Voice and an Examination of An-Other in the 'Lacnunga': A Rhetorical Recovery. Ph.D. Dissertation: Texas Woman's University, 2001.
Keywords: gender studies | literature—medieval | magic | medicine | Mikhail Bakhtin | rhetoric of science
  
Plotnitsky, Arkady. “Discourse, Mathematics, Demonstration, and Science in Galileo's Discourses Concerning Two New Sciences .” Configurations 9 (2001): 37-64.
Keywords: Galileo Galilei | physical & mathematical sciences | rhetoric of science
  
Prendergast, Catherine. “On the Rhetorics of Mental Disability.” IN Wilson, James C., and Cythia Lewiecki-Wilson, eds. Embodied Rhetorics: Disability in Language and Culture. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 2001.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | medicine | rhetoric of science | social sciences
  
Pulte, Helmut. “Order of Nature and Orders of Science.” In Lefevre ( Collections ), pp. 61-72.
Keywords: Immanuel Kant | Isaac Newton | Joseph-Louis Lagrange | Leonhard Euler | rhetoric of science
  
Quamen, Harvey Noel. Becoming Artificial: H. G. Wells and the Scientific Discourses of Modernism. Ph.D. Dissertation: Pennsylvania State University, 2001.
Keywords: artificial intelligence | Charles Darwin | evolution | H. G. Wells | literature--19th & 20th C | modernism | natural selection | rhetoric of science | technology
  
Regner, Anna Caroline K. P. “As estrategias de racionalidade: o caso De origem das espécies de Charles Darwin.” Revista Patagonica de Filosofia 2, no. 2 (2001): 75-99.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | Charles Darwin | rhetoric of science
  
Reisigl, Martin, and Ruth Wodak. Discourse and Discrimination: Rhetorics of Racism and Antisemitism . London; New York: Routledge, 2001.
Keywords: antisemitism | race studies | rhetoric of science
  
Reumann, Miriam, and Anne Fausto-Sterling. “Notions of Heredity in the Correspondence of Edwin Grant Conklin.” Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 44 (2001): 414-425.
Keywords: Edwin Grant Conklin | eugenics | rhetoric of science
  
Rigney, Daniel. The Metaphorical Society: An Invitation to Social Theory. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2001.
Keywords: metaphor | rhetoric of science | social sciences
  
Rose, Steven. “The Poverty of Reductionism.” In Singh ( Collections ), pp. 415-428.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | metaphor | rhetoric of science
  
Rosenthal, Lecia A. Literature After the End: Apocalyptic Futurity in Mary Shelley, H. G. Wells, and Doris Lessing. Ph.D. Dissertation: Columbia University, 2001.
Keywords: allegory | apocalypse | catastrophe | Doris Lessing | ethics | literature--19th & 20th C | Mary Shelley | narrative | paradox prophecy | rhetoric of science | science fiction | utopia H. G. Wells
  
Ruse, Michael. “Reduction in Biology.” In Cao (Collections), pp. 43-50.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | genetics | metaphor | rhetoric of science
  
Sardar, Ziauddin. “Above, Beyond, and at the Center of the Science Wars: A Postcolonial Reading.” In Ashman (Collections), pp. 120-139.
Keywords: rhetoric of science | Science Studies | Thomas S. Kuhn
  
Scherer, Bernd Michael. “Die Entdeckung neuer Welten: Eine zeichentheoritische Analyse des Forschungansatzes von Alexander von Humboldt.” In Ette2 (Collections) , pp. 287-294.
Keywords: == | Alexander von Humboldt | rhetoric of science
  
Schmitt, Stéphane. “Type et métamorphose dans la morphologie de Goethe: Entre classicisme et romantisme.” Revue d'Histoire des Sciences 54 (2001): 495-521.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | Johann W. von Goethe | rhetoric of science
  
Schwarze, Sabine. “L'apporto della traduzione alla scrittura scientifica italiana fra Sette e Ottocento.” In Stella (Collections) , pp. 527-542.
Keywords: Lazzaro Spallanzani | rhetoric of science
  
Schwegler, Helmut. “Physics Develops Unaffected by Constructivism.” Foundations of Science 6 (2001): 241-253.
Keywords: physical & mathematical sciences | quantum theory | rhetoric of science
  
Sharpe, Kevin, and Jonathan Walgate. “The Flow of Time: Scientific and Theological Perspectives.” Philosophy and Theology 13 (2001): 311-332.
Keywords: quantum theory | rhetoric of science | time
  
Shearin, Gloria Aligood. Women and Rhetoric in the Republic of Letters. Ph.D.Dissertation: University of South Carolina, 2001.
Keywords: gender studies | Hannah Webster Foster | literature--18th C | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | rhetoric of science | Susanna Haswell Rowson
  
Siguan, Miguel. “English and the Language of Science: On the Unity of Language and the Plurality of Languages.” In Ammon (Collections), pp. 59-69.
Keywords: language | rhetoric of science
  
Sklar, Lawrence. “What Is an Isolated System?” In Cao (Collections), pp. 51-57.
Keywords: | rhetoric of science
  
Slobodkin, L. A. “The Good, the Bad and the Reified.” Evolutionary Ecology Research 3 (January 2001): 1-13.
Keywords: metaphor | rhetoric of science
  
Smith, George E. “The Newtonian Style in Book Ii of the Principia .” In Buchwald (Collections), pp. 249-298.
Keywords: Isaac Newton | rhetoric of science
  
Sober, Elliott. “Instrumentalism Revisited.” In Cao (Collections), pp. 59-68.
Keywords: rhetoric of science | Science Studies
  
Sobrinho, Blasco Jose. Signs, Solidarities, and Sociology: Charles S. Peirce and the Pragmatics of Globalization . Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2001.
Keywords: Charles Sanders Peirce | philosophy pragmatism | rhetoric of science | social sciences
  
Soler, Lena. “Les origins de la formule e = hv, ou comment l'analogie est vecteur de nouveaute.” Philosophia Scientiae 5, no. 2 (2001): 89-123.
Keywords: Maxquantum Planck | physical & mathematical sciences | rhetoric of science | theory
  
Solomon, Miriam. “Consensus in Science.” In Cao (Collections), pp. 193-204.
Keywords: | rhetoric of science
  
Steinhart, Eric. The Logic of Metaphor: Analogous Parts of Possible Worlds . Dordrecht; Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001.
Keywords: analogy | metaphor | philosophy | rhetoric of science | semantics
  
Stöltzner, Michael. “Otto Neurath 1913-1915.” In Blackmore (Collections), pp. 105-122.
Keywords: Ernst Mach | optics | Otto Neurath | rhetoric of science
  
Strohmaier, Gotthard. "Kopfzerbrechen orientalischer Übersetzer. Arabisch als Lingua franca.” Gegenworte 7 (2001): 69-71.
Keywords: language | rhetoric of science
  
Szasz, Thomas. “Mental Illness: Psychiatry's Phlogiston.” Journal of Medical Ethics 27 (2001): 297-300.
Keywords: madness | Psychological & Cognitive Studies | rhetoric of science
  
Takeda, Hiroki. “La signification de la force du repos dans les Principes de Descartes.” ELLF [note: Études de Langue et Littérature Françaises ] 78 (March 2001): 29-42.
Keywords: René escartes | rhetoric of science
  
Taub, Sarah F. Language from the Body: Iconicity and Metaphor in American Sign Language . Cambridge, UK; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2001.
Keywords: linguistics | metaphor | rhetoric of science | sign language
  
Taylor, Peter J. “From Natural Selection to Natural Construction to Disciplining Unruly Complexity: The Challenge of Integrating Ecological Dynamics into Evolutionary Theory.” In Singh (Collections), pp. 377-393.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | rhetoric of science
  
Trabant, Jürgen. "Prenzlberg meets MIT.” Gegenworte 7 (2001): 28-32.
Keywords: language | rhetoric of science
  
Urchs, Max. “Causal Braids. On Weakly Transitive Causality.” In Spohn (Collections) , pp. 151-162.
Keywords: | rhetoric of science
  
Uus, Undo. “The Glory and Misery of Modern Science.” In Vihalemm (Collections) , pp. 111-122.
Keywords: rhetoric of science | Science Studies
  
Vakkari, Johanna. “Giovanni Morelli's ‘Scientific' Method of Attribution and its Reinterpretations from the 1960's until the 1990's.” Konsthistorisk Tidskrift 70, no. 1/2 (2001).
Keywords: Giovanni Morelli | rhetoric of science | visual arts--20th C
  
Vedder, Julie Ann. Modifying mothers: The Rhetorical Construction of Prenatal Substance Use in American Discourse. Ph.D. Dissertation: Pennsylvania State University, 2001.
Keywords: Bruno Latour | medicine | narrative | rhetoric of science | social sciences
  
Vincenti, Luc. “Le statut du pratique dans la Grundlage der gesamten Wissenchaftlehre .” Kairos 17 (2001): 129-150.
Keywords: Johann Gottlieb Fichte | rhetoric of science
  
Vivian, Bradford James. Being Made Strange: Rhetoric Beyond Representation. Ph.D. Dissertation: Pennsylvania State University, 2001.
Keywords: medicine | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | rhetoric of science
  
Walker, Gavin. “Society and Culture in Sociological and Anthropological Tradition.” Hist Human Sci 14, no. 3 (2001): 30-55.
Keywords: Max Weber | rhetoric of science | social sciences
  
Walls, Elizabeth MacLeod. A Domestic Feminist: The New Woman and the Rhetoric of British Literary Modernism, 1880—1935. Ph.D. Dissertation: Texas Christian University, 2001.
Keywords: D. H. Lawrence | E. M. Forster | Evelyn Waugh | gender studies | James Joyce | Joseph Conrad | literature--19th & 20th C | rhetoric of science | Thomas Hardy | Virginia Woolf
  
Walter, Tilmann. "Konjunkturen und mögliche Folgen einer 'Einheit des Wissens' anlässlich von Edward O. Wilsons gleichnamigem Buch." In Kleeberg (Collections) , pp. 235-254.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | Edward O. Wilson | rhetoric of science
  
Watkins, Eric. “Kant on Rational Cosmology.” In Watkins (Collections), pp. 70-89.
Keywords: Alexander Baumgarten | Immanuel Kant | rhetoric of science
  
Westfall, Richard S. “The Background to the Mathematization of Nature.” In Buchwald (Collections), pp. 321-339.
Keywords: rhetoric of science | technology
  
Wilson, Curtis. “Newton on the Moon's Variation and Apsidal Motion: The Need for a Newer ‘New Analysis.'” In Buchwald (Collections), pp. 139-189.
Keywords: Alexis-Claude Clairaut | Isaac Newton | Leonhard Euler | physical & mathematical sciences | rhetoric of science
  
Wilson, James C., and Cynthia Lewiecki-Wilson, “Disability, Rhetoric, and the Body.” IN Wilson, James C., and Cythia Lewiecki-Wilson, eds. Embodied Rhetorics: Disability in Language and Culture . Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 2001.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | medicine | rhetoric of science | social sciences
  
Wilson, James C., and Cythia Lewiecki-Wilson, eds. Embodied Rhetorics: Disability in Language and Culture . Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 2001.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | medicine | rhetoric of science | social sciences
  
Wilson, Kenneth G., and Constance K. Barsky. “Beyond Social Construction.” In Labinger (Collections), pp. 291-295.
Keywords: rhetoric of science | Science Studies
  
Wright, Craig M. The Maze and the Warrior: Symbols in Architecture, Theology, and Music . Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2001.
Keywords: architecture | music | religion | rhetoric of science | symbolism
  
Zelle, Carsten. “Die Geburt der Natur aus dem Geiste der Rhetorik. Zur Schematisierung von Natur und Genie bei Dennis und Goethe.” In Scheffel (Collections), pp. 145-167.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | Johann W. von Goethe | John Dennis | rhetoric of science
  
Ziman, John. “Postacademic Science: Constructing Knowledge with Networks and Norms.” In Segerstrale (Collections), pp. 135-154.
Keywords: | rhetoric of science