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  • New World Drugs in England's Early Empire 

    Maydom, Katrina Elizabeth (2019-05-18)
    How were New World drugs received and understood in early modern England? In the seventeenth century, England’s first empire was being established and an increasing abundance of medicinal plants arrived in London from ...
  • Of Books and Fire: Approaching the Alchemy of Carl Gustav Jung 

    Wagner, Christopher Franklin (2019-05-15)
    Historical examinations of the alchemical thought of Carl Jung have hitherto focused on the shortcomings of his historiography and its applications, largely neglecting the fundaments, formation, and sequence of his alchemical ...
  • Pluralism and social epistemology in economics 

    Wright, Jack (2019-04-27)
    Economics plays a significant role in decision-making in contemporary western societies, but its role is increasingly questioned. A recurring topic among the challenges raised by critics is that economics as a discipline ...
  • Representing and Constructing. Psychometrics from the perspectives of measurement theory and concept formation. 

    Vessonen, Elina Sini Maria (2019-04-27)
    Social scientific measurement is much desired and much criticized. In this dissertation I evaluate one of the main approaches to social scientific measurement that has nevertheless been virtually ignored by philosophers – ...

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