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  1. Pierre Laszlo (forthcoming). In Praise of the Impure. Substance.
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  2. Pierre Laszlo (forthcoming). Science as Writing, or Science as Reading? Substance.
     
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  3. Michaël Oustinoff & Pierre Laszlo (2010). Être un scientifique, c'est apprendre à traduire la parole des choses (entretien). Hermes 56:113.
    Aujourd’hui, les scientifiques sont au moins trilingues : langue maternelle ; langage technique de la discipline ; anglais comme langue véhiculaire. Le plurilinguisme est indispensable à un scientifique parce que la science est inséparable de sa communication, sous ses différents registres, notamment ceux de l’écrit et de l’oral. Il n’est pas de science, en particulier, sans vulgarisation scientifique : en ce sens, être un scientifique, c’est apprendre à traduire la parole des choses. Le monolinguisme, en la matière, n’est pas seulement (...)
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  4. Pierre Laszlo (2004). Book Review: Mapping the Spectrum. Techniques of Visual Representation in Research and Teaching. [REVIEW] Foundations of Chemistry 6 (2):177-189.
  5. Pierre Laszlo & Roxanne Lapidus (2004). Nothing Added, Nothing Subtracted. Substance 33 (3):108-125.
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  6. Pierre Laszlo (2001). A Sketch of a Program. Foundations of Chemistry 3 (3):269-271.
  7. Pierre Laszlo & Roald Hoffmann (2001). Vom Verständnis der Natur: Jahrbuch Einstein-Forum 2000. De Gruyter.
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  8. Pierre Laszlo & Roald Hoffmann (2001). Was die dinge sagen. In Vom Verständnis der Natur: Jahrbuch Einstein-Forum 2000. De Gruyter. 75-110.
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  9. Pierre Laszlo (1999). Circulation of Concepts. Foundations of Chemistry 1 (3):225-238.
    A major obstacle to chemistry being a deductive science is that its core concepts very often are defined in a circular manner: it is impossible to explain what an acid is without reference to the complementary concept of a base. There are many such dual pairs among the core concepts of chemistry. Such circulation of concepts, rather than an infirmity chemistry is beset with, is seen as a source of vitality and dynamism.
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  10. Roald Hoffman & Pierre Laszlo (1998). The Say of Things. Social Research 65.
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