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  1. Geoffrey Joseph (1980). The Many Sciences and the One World. Journal of Philosophy 77 (12):773-791.
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  2. Geoffrey Joseph (1979). Geometry and Special Relativity. Philosophy of Science 46 (3):425-438.
    The issue of the conventionality of geometry is considered in the light of the special theory of relativity. The consequences of Minkowski's insights into the ontology of special relativity are elaborated. Several logically distinct senses of "conventionalism" and "realism" are distinguished, and it is argued that the special theory vindicates some of these possible positions but not others. The significance of the usual distinction between relativity and conventionality is discussed. Finally, it is argued that even though the spatial metric within (...)
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  3. Geoffrey Joseph (1979). Riemannian Geometry and Philosophical Conventionalism. Australasian Journal of Philosophy 57 (3):225 – 236.
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  4. Geoffrey Joseph (1977). Conventionalism and Physical Holism. Journal of Philosophy 74 (8):439-462.
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  5. Hugh Lacey & Geoffrey Joseph (1968). What the Gödel Formula Says. Mind 77 (305):77-83.
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