Birth and Death Dates: 1936-
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[Chapter] IAN HACKING (2016) On the Contingency of What Counts as “Mathematics”. In: Science as It Could Have Been: Discussing the Contingency/Inevitability Problem (pp. 262-282).
[Book] Hacking, Ian (2014) Why Is There Philosophy of Mathematics at All?.
[Book] Thomas S. Kuhn; Ian Hacking (2012) The Structure of Scientific Revolutions: 50th Anniversary Edition.
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[Book] Hacking, Ian (1981) Scientific revolutions.
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[Thesis] LeBlanc, Andre Robert (2000) On hypnosis, simulation, and faith: The problem of post-hypnotic suggestion in France, 1884-1896. University of Toronto.
[Thesis] Hyder, David J. (1997) “Spielraum”: Helmholtz's manifold theory of perception and the logical space of Wittgenstein's Tractatus. University of Toronto.
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[Book] Martins, Roberto de Andrade; Silva, Cibelle Celestino; Ferreira, Juliana Mesquita Hidalgo; Martins, Lilian Al-Chueyr Pereira (2008) Filosofia e História da Ciência no Cone Sul: 5º Encontro.
[Essay Review] Powell, Christopher (2001) What's Social about Science Construction?: How to Bridge a Political Schism by Reaffirming an Ontological Divide. Social Studies of Science (p. 299).
[Book] Smiley, Timothy. (2000) Mathematics and Necessity: Essays in the History of Philosophy.
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[Article] Chris Millard (2016) Concepts, Diagnosis and the History of Medicine: Historicising Ian Hacking and Munchausen Syndrome. Social History of Medicine (pp. 567-589).
[Article] Galia Plotkin-Amrami; José Brunner (2015) Making up ‘national trauma’ in Israel: From collective identity to collective vulnerability. Social Studies of Science (pp. 525-545).
[Book] Steel, Daniel; Guala, Francesco (2011) The Philosophy of Social Science Reader.