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  1. The Empiric Experience and the Practice of Autonomy.Michael Ben-Chaim - 1991 - Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A 23 (4):533-555.
  • Social Mobility and Scientific Change: Stephen Gray's Contribution to Electrical Research.Michael Ben-Chaim - 1990 - British Journal for the History of Science 23 (1):3-24.
    The concept of electrical conductivity, or, as initially coined by Stephen Gray , ‘electrical communication’, has always been assigned an important role in the history of electrical research. Some thirty-five years after Gray's ‘electrical communication’ acquired wide attention, Priestley employed the concept of conductivity to define physical reality, thus giving a privileged position to the science he himself endeavoured to cultivate. As he argued in the introduction to The History and Present State of Electricity , ‘the electrical fluid is no (...)
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  • Newton and the ‘Electrical Attraction Unexcited’.Joan L. Hawes - 1968 - Annals of Science 24 (2):121-130.
  • Newton's Law of Forces Which Are Inversely as the Mass: A Suggested Interpretation of His Later Efforts to Normalise a Mechanistic Model of Optical Dispersion.Z. Bechler - 1974 - Centaurus 18 (3):184-222.
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