Into the 'regions of physical and metaphysical chaos': Maxwell's scientific metaphysics and natural philosophy of action (agency, determinacy and necessity from theology, moral philosophy and history to mathematics, theory and experiment)

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J. Cat (2001). On Understanding: Maxwell on the Methods of Illustration and Scientific Metaphor. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B 32 (3):395-441.
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