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  1. Steven Goldberg, Neuroscience and the Free Exercise of Religion.
    Recent developments in neuroscience that purport to reduce religious experience to specific parts of the brain will not diminish the fundamental cultural or legal standing of religion. William James debunked this possibility in The Varieties of Religious Experience (1902) when he noted that “the organic causation of a religious state of mind” no more refutes religion than the argument that scientific theories are so caused refutes science. But there will be incremental legal change in areas like civil commitment where judges (...)
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  2. Ariel Linden & Steven Goldberg (2007). The Case‐Mix of Chronic Illness Hospitalization Rates in a Managed Care Population: Implications for Health Management Programmes. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 13 (6):947-951.
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  3. Steven Goldberg (2003). Fads and Fallacies in the Social Sciences. Humanity Books.
  4. Steven Goldberg (1997). Socrates Revisited. Philosophy Now 19:5-9.
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  5. Steven Goldberg (1996). Science at the Bar: Law, Science, and Technology in America by Sheila Jasanoff. [REVIEW] Isis 87:395-396.
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  6. Charles W. Schindler, Eric B. Thorndike & Steven R. Goldberg (1993). Acquisition of a Nose-Poke Response in Rats as an Operant. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society 31 (4):291-294.
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  7. Steven E. Goldberg (1988). Two Patterns of Rationality in Freud's Writings. Monograph Collection (Matt - Pseudo).
    Early in his career, Freud ruefully admitted that his case studies read like short stories and lacked the imprint of a legitimate science. Treating him as the subject of an epistemological case study, I diagnose in Freud an unresolved conflict between two competing conceptions of rationality: the Galilean model of the natural sciences and the narrative model appropriate to historical discourse. The procedures and criteria prescribed by the Galilean model could not fulfill the ambitions of psychoanalysis, yet it was unclear (...)
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  8. Steven Goldberg (1974). On Capital Punishment. Ethics 85 (1):67-74.
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