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  1. Noël Bonneuil (2010). The Mathematics of Time in History1. History and Theory 49 (4):28-46.
    The themes of connectedness and continuity, which are also mathematical properties, have run like a red thread through the last fifty years of History and Theory, notably in the theory of the narration of action in history. In this essay I review various answers to the question of the driving force that motivates action and that propels a sequence, continuous or discontinuous. These answers underpin narrative strategies intended to solve the problem of human agency and thereby to provide the basis (...)
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  2. Noël Bonneuil (2009). Do Historians Make the Best Futurists? History and Theory 48 (1):98-104.
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  3. Noël Bonneuil (2005). History and Dynamics: Marriage or Mésalliance? History and Theory 44 (2):265–270.
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  4. Noël Bonneuil (2001). History, Differential Inclusions, and Narrative. History and Theory 40 (4):101–115.
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  5. Noel Bonneuil (1995). The Viability of Demo-Economic Behavior. In R. J. Russell, N. Murphy & A. R. Peacocke (eds.), Chaos and Complexity. Vatican Observatory Publications. 147.
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