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Miguel de Asúa [3]Miguel J. C. de Asúa [1]
  1. Miguel de Asúa (2008). “Names Which He Loved, and Things Well Worthy to Be Known”: Eighteenth-Century Jesuit Natural Histories of Paraquaria and Río de la Plata. Science in Context 21 (1).
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  2. Diego Hurtado de Mendoza & Miguel de Asúa (2005). The Poetry of Relativity: Leopoldo Lugones' The Size of Space. Science in Context 18 (2):309.
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  3. Miguel de Asúa & Gregorio Klimovsky (1990). Ensayo de Axiomatización de la Teoría Tisular Y Su Reducción a la Teoría Celular. Theoria 5 (1):129-140.
    The conceptual framework of this paper is the structural conception of theories as formulated by Sneed-Stegmüller. We present an informal set-theoretical axiomatization of M. F. Xavier Bichat’s theory of the constitution of the organism, which conceived the tissue as the ultimate constitutive element of the living beings, and a reformulation of our previous axiomatization of the cell theory. We propose a tentative relation of reduction between both theories which possibilitates the derivation of the axioms of the tissue theory from those (...)
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  4. Miguel J. C. de Asúa & G. Klimovsky (1987). Ensayo de Axiomatización de la Teoría Celular. Theoria 2 (2):389-399.