1. Michel Verdon (2006). Boas and Holism: A Textual Analysis. Philosophy of the Social Sciences 36 (3):276-302.
    Some anthropologists advocate going back to Boas’s anthropology to retrieve his sense of the individual and agency, among other things. Such a "psycho-logical Boas" could only exist in his holistic works. Elsewhere, I argued in a very synthetic way that Boas’s ethnography was not holistic. Here, I move a step further; perusing the very texts that famous commentators have singled out to prove Boas’s holism, I discover no holism; I find history as mere movement in space, and no individual agents; (...)
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  2. Michel Verdon (1985). Midwife or Toad? Philosophy and the Social Sciences. Philosophy of the Social Sciences 15 (1):53-63.
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  3. Michel Verdon (1982). Durkheim and Aristotle: Of Some Incongruous Congruences. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A 13 (4):333-352.
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