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  1. Gad Prudovsky (1997). Can We Ascribe to Past Thinkers Concepts They Had No Linguistic Means to Express? History and Theory 36 (1):15-31.
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  2. Gad Prudovsky (1997). History of Science and the Historian's Self-Understanding. Journal of Value Inquiry 31 (1):73-76.
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  3. Gad Prudovsky (1995). Arguments From Conceivability. Ratio 8 (1):63-69.
    What can be inferred from the fact that something is, or is not, conceivable? In this paper I argue, contrary to some deflationary remarks in recent literature, that arguments which use such facts as their starting point may have significant philosophical import. I use Strawson's results from the first chapter of "Individuals" in order to show that Galileo's arguments in favor of the distinction between primary and secondary qualities, which are based on premises concerning conceivability, should not be dismissed: they (...)
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  4. Gad Prudovsky (1989). The Confirmation of the Superposition Principle: On the Role of a Constructive Thought Experiment in Galileo's Discorsi. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A 20 (4):453-468.
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