1. V. L. Ginzburg, V. V. Zheleznyakov & V. Ya Eidman (1962). The Radiation of Electromagnetic Waves and the Instability of Electrons Moving at Super-Light Velocity in a Medium. Philosophical Magazine 7 (75):451-458.
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    V. L. Ginzburg (1981). Notes on the Methodology and Evolution of Physics and Astrophysics. Russian Studies in Philosophy 20 (1):40-82.
    Work on the methodology of natural science involves serious difficulties over and above those encountered in any other aspect of natural science or of philosophy. Reference is to the obvious fact that in discussing methodological questions of, for example, physics, so as to be precise, it is not enough to know physics: it is also necessary to familiarize oneself with certain branches of philosophy, the history of science, and so forth. Furthermore, a professional cannot limit himself to "general familiarity" with (...)
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  3. V. L. Ginzburg & V. V. Zheleznyakov (1965). On the Essential Identity of the Amplification of Longitudinal Plasma Waves and the Negative Absorption of Čerenkov Radiation in an Electron Stream. Philosophical Magazine 11 (109):197-203.
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