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    Big science (Review)
    A New Kind of Science, by Stephen Wolfram
    1. A New Kind of Science by Stephen Wolfram
    The New Criterion, January 2003, pp. 73-75
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    Last bastion of reason (2 Reviews)
    For and Against Method, by Imre Lakatos, Paul Feyerabend, and Matteo Motterlini, ...
    1. For and Against Method by Imre Lakatos, Paul Feyerabend, and Matteo Motterlini, ...
    2. Anything Goes by David Stove
    The New Criterion, May 2000, pp. 74-77
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    Modern Europe (Review)
    From Hitler to Heimat, by Anton Kaes
    1. From Hitler to Heimat by Anton Kaes
    The American Historical Review, April 1991, p. 545
  4. The Present State of Hayti (1828)
    (Saint Domingo)
  5. The Present State of Hayti (1828)
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    Prime problem (Review)
    Prime Obsession, by John Derbyshire
    1. Prime Obsession by John Derbyshire
    The New Criterion, April 2003, pp. 82-83
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    Reasonable science (Review)
    Defending Science---Within Reason, by Susan Haack
    1. Defending Science---Within Reason by Susan Haack
    The New Criterion, November 2003, pp. 70-72
  8. The Rhode-Island Almanack for the Year, 1728 (1728)
    Being the First Ever Printed in That Colony
  9. The Science of Conjecture (2001)
    Evidence and Probability Before Pascal
    1 Review
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    Spheres & cubes (Review)
    Mathematical Mountaintops, by John L. Casti
    1. Mathematical Mountaintops by John L. Casti
    The New Criterion, February 2002, pp. 72-73
  11. Thomas Kuhn
    The New Criterion, June 2000, pp. 29-34
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    Too many universes (Review)
    Are Universes Thicker Than Blackberries?, by Martin Gardner
    1. Are Universes Thicker Than Blackberries? by Martin Gardner
    The New Criterion, September 2003, pp. 68-69
  13. What Science Knows (2009)
    And How It Knows It
    1 Review
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