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  1. Roald Hoffmann & Pierre Laszlo (forthcoming). The Say of Things. Social Research.
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  2. Pierre Laszlo (forthcoming). In Praise of the Impure. Substance.
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  3. Pierre Laszlo (forthcoming). Science as Writing, or Science as Reading? Substance.
     
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  4. Michaël Oustinoff & Pierre Laszlo (2010). Être un scientifique, c'est apprendre à traduire la parole des choses (entretien). Hermes 56:113.
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  5. Pierre Laszlo (2004). Book Review: Mapping the Spectrum. Techniques of Visual Representation in Research and Teaching. [REVIEW] Foundations of Chemistry 6 (2):177-189.
  6. Pierre Laszlo & Roxanne Lapidus (2004). Nothing Added, Nothing Subtracted. Substance 33 (3):108-125.
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  7. Pierre Laszlo (2001). A Sketch of a Program. Foundations of Chemistry 3 (3):269-271.
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  8. 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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