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  1. Hermann von Helmholtz (2013). Ein unveröffentlichter Bericht über verschiedene Arbeiten Angelo Mossos. Philosophia Scientiæ 17:205.
    [a] Die Arbeit des Herrn Mosso hat ein Resultat, welches für die Physiologie des Gehirns und für die Psychologie von hervorragender und fundamentaler Wichtigkeit ist; sie zeigt nämlich, dass bei jeder hinreichend kräftigen Empfindung, bei jeder willkürlichen Anspannung des Denkens, wie sie zum Beispiel beim Rechnen eintritt, augenblicklich eine Steigerung des Blutdrucks und eine grössere Amplitude der Pulswellen im Gehirn eintritt, welche nur so lange [b] dauert, wie die erhöhte Thätigkeit de..
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  2. Hermann von Helmholtz (2013). Un rapport inédit sur divers travaux d'Angelo Mosso. Philosophia Scientiæ 17:206-207.
    Note du traducteur: La transcription rend fidèlement l’orthographe de l’inédit autographe de Helmholtz, et cela jusqu’à l’oubli du « t » dans le mot « nicht », erreur que l’auteur ne semble pas avoir remarquée ou à laquelle il ne devait pas accorder d’importance, vu qu’il s’agissait, probablement, d’une ébauche très avancée du rapport qui aurait dû, ou pu, être copiée, après correction, pour l’envoi en Italie.Dans la transcription ainsi que dans la traduction, l’espace laissé en blanc d’une..
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  3. Hermann von Helmholtz (2010). Sur le Voir Humain (1855). Philosophia Scientiae 14:13-35.
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  4. Hermann von Helmholtz (2005). Induction et déduction. Philosophia Scientiae 9:73-81.
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  5. Hermann von Helmholtz (2005). Sur l'Ambition de Vulgariser la Science (1874). Philosophia Scientiae 9:59-71.
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  6. Hermann V. Helmholtz (2003). De la Combustion de la Matière Dans l'Action Musculaire. Philosophia Scientiae 7 (1):13-21.
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  7. Hermann V. Helmholtz (2003). De l'Application de la Loi de la Conservation de la Force À la Nature Organique. Philosophia Scientiae 7 (1):29-41.
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  8. Hermann V. Helmholtz (2003). De la Nature de la Putréfaction Et de la Fermentation. Philosophia Scientiae 7 (1):5-12.
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  9. Hermann V. Helmholtz (2003). Deux notes sur la vitesse de la propagation de l'agent nerveux dans les nerfs rachidiens. Philosophia Scientiae 7 (1):79-84.
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  10. Hermann V. Helmholtz (2003). Du temps que prend une impression visuelle pour franchir le seuil de la conscience. À propos d'une étude menée par N. Baxt au laboratoire de Heidelberg. [REVIEW] Philosophia Scientiae 7 (1):23-27.
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  11. Hermann V. Helmholtz (2003). Les Faits Dans la Perception. Philosophia Scientiae 7 (1):49-78.
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  12. Hermann von Helmholtz (2001). On the Nature of Putrefaction and Fermentation. Science in Context 14 (3).
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  13. Hermann von Helmholtz (1998). Book Notices-Science and Culture. Popular and Philosophical Essays. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences 20 (3):376-376.
     
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  14. H. Helmholtz (1977). On the Origin and Significance of the Axioms of Geometry. In Robert Cohen & Elkana Yehuda (eds.), Hermann von Helmholtz: Epistemological Writings. Reidel.
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  15. H. Von Helmholtz (1971). On the Conservation of Force; a Physical Memoir. In Russell Kahl (ed.), Selected Writings of Hermann von Helmholtz. Wesleyan University Press. 3--55.
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  16. H. Von Helmholtz (1971). The Origin and Correct Interpretation of Our Sense Impressions. In Russell Kahl (ed.), Selected Writings of Hermann von Helmholtz. Wesleyan University Press. 501--512.
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  17. Hermann von Helmholtz (1971). The Scientific Researches of Goethe.”. In Russell Kahl (ed.), Selected Writings of Hermann von Helmholtz. Wesleyan University Press.
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  18. H. Helmholtz (1878). The Origin and Meaning of Geometrical Axioms. Mind 3 (10):212-225.
    The object in this article is to discuss the philosophical bearing of recent inquiries concerning geometrical axioms and the possibility of working out analytically other systems of geometry with other axioms than Euclid's. Digital edition compiled by Gabriele Dörflinger, Heidelberg University Library.
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  19. Hermann Helmholtz (1878). The Facts in Perception. In R. Kahl (ed.), Selected Writings of Hermann Helmholtz. Wesleyan University Press.
    The problems which that earlier period considered fundamental to all science were those of the theory of knowledge: What is true in our sense perceptions and thought? and In what way do our ideas correspond to reality? Philosophy and the natural sciences attack these questions from opposite directions, but they are the common problems of both. Philosophy, which is concerned with the mental aspect, endeavours to separate out whatever in our knowledge and ideas is due to the effects of the (...)
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  20. H. Helmholtz (1876). The Origin and Meaning of Geometrical Axioms. Mind 1 (3):301-321.
    The object in this article is to discuss the philosophical bearing of recent inquiries concerning geometrical axioms and the possibility of working out analytically other systems of geometry with other axioms than Euclid's. Digital edition compiled by Gabriele Dörflinger, Heidelberg University Library.
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