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  1. Martin Fichman (2014). Wallace's Travels and Theories in the Malay Archipelago. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C 47:201-205.
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  2. Martin Fichman & Jennifer E. Keelan (2007). Resister's Logic: The Anti-Vaccination Arguments of Alfred Russel Wallace and Their Role in the Debates Over Compulsory Vaccination in England, 1870–1907. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C 38 (3):585-607.
    In the 1880s, Alfred Russel Wallace, the celebrated co-discoverer of natural selection, launched himself into the centre of a politicised and polarised debate over the unpopular compulsory vaccination laws in England. Wallace never wavered in his belief that smallpox vaccination was useless and likely dangerous. Six years before his death, the anti-vaccinationists successfully secured a conscience clause that effectively dismantled the compulsory vaccination laws. Several other important Victorian scientists joined Wallace in the fight to repeal compulsory vaccination arguing that widely (...)
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  3. Martin Fichman & Edmund P. Fowler (2005). Scientific Paradigms and Urban Development: Alternative Models. Cosmos and History: The Journal of Natural and Social Philosophy 1 (1):90-127.
    Urban sprawl’s negative impacts have been amply demonstrated, starting as long as 30 years ago, and most North American urban plans have, somewhere, reference to sprawl as bad policy . Yet North Americans continue to tolerate the construction of more and more suburban subdivisions. This paper suggests an answer to this paradox. We argue that sprawl’s attractiveness – if one can call it that – is buried deep in North American cultural predispositions, which we trace to quite specific interpretations of (...)
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  4. Martin Fichman (2002). Evolutionary Theory and Victorian Culture. Humanity Books.
    Machine generated contents note: 1. Evolutionism in Cultural Context 13 -- 2. Social Darwinism(s) 51 -- 3. Transatlantic Evolutionism 73 -- 4. Debates on Human Evolution 97 -- 5. Wallace and Darwin: The Major Differences 123 -- 6. Evolutionary Ethics 145 -- 7. Evolution and Religion: Tensions and Accommodation 169 -- 8. The Contemporary Debates: "Creation Science"? 193.
     
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  5. Martin Fichman (1986). Just Before the Origin Just Before the Origin: Alfred Russel Wallace's Theory of Evolution J. L. Brooks. BioScience 36 (8):574-575.
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  6. Martin Fichman (1986). Just Before the Origin. BioScience 36 (8):574-575.
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  7. Martin Fichman (1977). Wallace: Zoogeography and the Problem of Land Bridges. [REVIEW] Journal of the History of Biology 10 (1):45 - 63.
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