Gooding, David C.

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[Thesis] Gooding, David The role of principles, hypotheses, and the interpretation of experiment in the development of Faraday's field theory, 1830-1855. unapi

[Review] Gooding, David (2008) Review of "The Cognitive Structure of Scientific Revolutions". Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (p. 661). unapi

[Review] Gooding, David C. (2006) Review of "Thing Knowledge: A Philosophy of Scientific Instruments". British Journal for the History of Science (p. 598). unapi

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[Book] Gooding, David; Pinch, Trevor; Schaffer, Simon (1989) The uses of experiment: Studies in the natural sciences. unapi

[Book] Gooding, David; James, Frank A. J. L. (1985) Faraday rediscovered: Essays on the life and work of Michael Faraday, 1791-1867. unapi

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[Thesis] Travis, S. Comparative study of the development of radar in Britain and Germany, 1938-1945. Bath University (UK). unapi

[Thesis] Lim, H. Stimulus to innovation: The premium system as a method of promoting technological invention and innovation in the 18th and 19th centuries. Bath University (UK). unapi

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[Book] Author missing; (1998) Experimental essays: Versuch zum Experiment. unapi

[Book] Pickering, Andrew (1992) Science as practice and culture. unapi

[Essay Review] Cantor, Geoffrey (1992) The importance of experiment. Metascience: An International Review Journal for the History, Philosophy and Social Studies of Science (pp. 1-8). unapi

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