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Koray Karaca: "The Higher Dimensional Unification Program in Physics "

Alexander Klein: "On the Rationality of Metaphysical Commitments in Immature Science "

William R .Newman: "The Mechanical Philosophy and Robert Boyle "

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Dean Rickles: "Quantum Gravity: History, Historiography, and Philosophy "

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Michael Silberstein: "When Super-Theories Collide: A Brief History of the Emergence/Reduction Battles between Particle Physics and Condensed Matter Theory " 

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