yzScience as a Process: An Evolutionary Account of the Social and Conceptual Development of Science
yҁzDavid L. Hull
ysz1988N
yoŁzThe University of Chicago Press, Chicago
ypzScience and Its Conceptual Foundations
yŐzxiv+586 pp.
y艿zUS$ 39.95 (hardcover)
yISBNz0-226-36050-4
ylzy[p[obNłFISBN 0-226-36051-2, US$ 29.00

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List of illustrations and tables ix
Preface xi

1. Science, philosophy of science, and the science of science 1
2. Up from Darwin 33
3. Up from Aristotle 75
4. A clash of doctorines 111
5. Systematists at war 158
6. Down with Darwinism - Long live Darwinism 200
7. Down with cladism - Long live cladism 232
8. The need for a mechanism 277
9. Secrecy and bias in science 322
10. The visible hand 354
11. A general analysis of selection process 397
12. Science as a selection processe 432
13. Conceptual interaction 477
14. Conclusion 512

Appendices
A. Annual meetings 523
B. Presidents of the Society of Systematic Zoology 524
C. Editors of _Systematic Zoology_ 524
D. Most-cited papers in _Systematic Zoology_ 525
E. Founding fellows of the Willi Hennig Society 526
F. Citation analysis of leading cladistic texts 527
G. Personality profiles of R.R. Sokal, G. Nelson, and G. Ball 529
H. Acceptance of Darwin's theory between 1859 and 1869 533
I. Best student papers 534
J. Interviews 535

References 539
Name index 575
Subject index 584