Mary Hesse - Books

Books

  • 1954. Science and the Human Imagination: Aspects of the History and Logic of Physical Science; London, England: SCM Press
  • 1961. Forces and Fields: A Study of Action at a Distance in the History of Physics; London, England: Thomas Nelson and Sons
  • 1963. Models and Analogies in Science; London, England: Sheed and Ward
  • 1966. Models and Analogies in Science, revised ed.; Notre Dame, Indiana: Notre Dame University Press
  • 1974. The Structure of Scientific Inference; London, England: Macmillan, and Berkeley, California: University of California Press
  • 1980. Revolutions and Reconstructions in the Philosophy of Science; Brighton, England: The Harvester Press, and Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press
  • 1986. Michael A. Arbib and Mary B. Hesse, The Construction of Reality; Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press

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