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Ernest Nagel papers, 1930-1988

Series III: Arranged Manuscripts

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Box 2 America Illustrated statement


Box 2 Assumptions in Economic Theory


Box 2 [Biographical portraits of philosophers]


Box 2 Biology [incomplete]


Box 2 Max Black (Encyclopedia of Philosophy)


Box 2 G. Spencer Brown Probability and Scientific Inference., Review


Box 2 A Budget of Problems in the Philosophy of Science


Box 2 [Business school seminar]


Box 2 Butler Gold Medal Speech, 1980


Box 2 Carnap's Theory of Induction (1) - (3)


Box 2 Causal Inferences in the Social Sciences


Box 2 Certainty in Natural Science


Box 2 Changing Conceptions of Science


Box 2 Charles Peirce's Place in Philosophy


Box 2 The Cognitive Status of Theories


Box 2 Cohen Week Celebration Speech


Box 2 Columbia College Award Speech


Box 2 Comments on John Dewey, Logic


Box 2 Comment on Fuller, Human Purposes and Natural Law


Box 2 Comments on Papers by Dr. Crombie and Father Clark


Box 2 [Comments on Professor Holton]


Box 2 [Comments on Professor Toulmin]


Box 2 The Competence of Reason


Box 2 Conference on Scientific Spirit


Box 2 Creativity in Science


Box 2 Current Critiques of Science as a Cumulative Enterprise


Box 2 D'Amato on Law and Custom


Box 2 The Debt We Owe to G. E. Moore


Box 2 Definition and Specification of Meaning


Box 2 Determinism and Development



Box 3 Dewey Lecture , Brandeis, 1959


Box 3 Dewey's Lectures on Ethical Theory


Box 3 Dewey's Lectures on Logic


Box 3 Dewey's Logic of Inquiry


Box 3 Differentiation and Unification in the Natural Sciences


Box 3 Dispositional Concepts


Box 3 Do Life Processes Transcend Physics and Chemistry?


Box 3 Eighth International Congress of Philosophy. Address


Box 3 Encyclopedia Americana, 1954


Box 3 Encyclopedia Americana, 1958


Box 3 The Enforcement of Morals


Box 3 Evidence as Justification


Box 3 Experience and Probability., 1st Draft.; 2nd Draft; 3rd Draft; 4th Draft; 5th Draft; 6th Draft; Final Draft (1) - (2


Box 3 Explanation and Structure of Scientific Knowledge


Box 3 Fact, Value and Human Purpose


Box 3 Fair Play and Civil Disobedience


Box 3 The Formation of Modern Concepts of Formal Logic in the Development of Geometry (1) - (4)



Box 4 Freedom and Authority in Scientific Method


Box 4 Freedom and Civilization [Sakharov Conference]


Box 4 A Frequency Theory of Probability (1) - (3)


Box 4 Functionalism in the Social Sciences


Box 4 Gšdel's Proof. 1st Draft.; 2nd Draft.; 3rd Draft.; 4th Draft.; 5th Draft.; 6th Draft. (1) - (2); 7th Draft.; 7th Draft. Revisions.; Final Draft


Box 4 Ernest H. Hutten Language of Modern Physics., Review


Box 4 Impossible Numbers -- A Chapter in the History of Modern Logic


Box 4 Impressions of European Universities: The Nineteen-Thirties


Box 4 [Indefiniteness]


Box 4 Introduction to R. Condon, Probability.


Box 4 Introduction to A. DeMorgan, Budget.


Box 4 Introduction to Greenberg and Gershenson, Anaxagoras.


Box 4 Introduction to A. GrŸnbaum


Box 4 Introduction to Logic and Scientific Method., 1st Draft. (1) - (3



Box 5 Introduction to Logic and Scientific Method, 2nd Draft. (1) - (6); 3rd Draft.


Box 5 Introduction to J. S. Mill, Philosophy of Scientific Method.


Box 5 Introduction to Watson, Understanding Physics.


Box 5 Is Biology Different from Physics?


Box 5 Is the Laplacian Theory of Probability Tenable?


Box 5 Arnold Isenberg Tribute


Box 5 Issues in the Logic of Reductive Explanations.


Box 5 William James


Box 5 Journal of the History of Biology. Comment.


Box 5 The Judgment of Practise.


Box 5 Krikorian Party Comments


Box 5 Liberalism and Intelligence.


Box 5 A Limitation of the Axiomatic Method.


Box 5 Logic Without Metaphysics. Introduction.


Box 5 Logical Empiricism -- Its Achievements and Its Promise.


Box 5 Logical Positivism and A Priori Knowledge.


Box 5 Logical vs. Psychological Problems of Induction.


Box 5 Man's Right to Know and Free Use Thereof.


Box 5 Mathematics: An Indispensable Tool of Physical Inquiry, Review


Box 5 Mathematics: The Nature of Mathematics, television program


Box 5 Mathematics: Paradoxes, television program



Box 6 Meaning and Knowledge. (1) - (2)


Box 6 The Meaning of Probability.


Box 6 Memorandum on Philosophy in Relation to the Sciences.


Box 6 Method in Social and Natural Science.


Box 6 Methodological Issues in Psychoanalytic Theory.


Box 6 The Methods of Science.


Box 6 Mill's Logic.


Box 6 Mr. Wheelwright's Wisdom.


Box 6 National Teach-In, Washington D.C. Address.


Box 6 The Nature and Aim of Science.


Box 6 Nature and Convention.


Box 6 Nature, Man and Science.


Box 6 The Nature of Scientific Explanation.


Box 6 On the Origin of Dialectic and Syllogism in Greek Philosophy.


Box 6 On the Interpretation of Probability Calculi.


Box 6 On the Logic of Measurement. Chapter 3; Chapter 7.


Box 6 On the Method of Verstehen as the Sole Method of Philosophy.


Box 6 On Three Arguments in Support of Natural Law.


Box 6 [Oral History Interview Transcript]


Box 6 Peirce Review.


Box 6 The Philosopher Looks at Science.


Box 6 Philosophical Concepts of Atheism.


Box 6 Philosophical Interpretations of Contemporary Biology.


Box 6 Philosophical Problems in Biology.


Box 6 Philosophy in Educational Research.



Box 7 The Philosophy of Science.


Box 7 The Philosophy of Science, May 1932

[Radio Lecture]


Box 7 The Philosophy of Science, University of Delaware, 1961


Box 7 Philosophy of Science and Philosophy of Education.


Box 7 Philosophy of Science -- Assessment of Evidence.


Box 7 The Place of Science in a Liberal Education.


Box 7 Predictability and Scientific Knowledge.


Box 7 Preference, Evaluation and Reflective Choice.


Box 7 Princeton Conference, 5 Nov. 1965


Box 7 Probability (Logic).


Box 7 Probability and Non-Demonstrative Inference.


Box 7 The Problem of Induction.


Box 7 The Quest for Uncertainty.


Box 7 Rationality in Judicial Decisions.


Box 7 Reduction and Autonomy of the Sciences.


Box 7 Reductive Explanations and Scientific Revolutions.


Box 7 A Rejoinder to Putnam.


Box 7 The Relation Between the Social and the Natural Sciences.


Box 7 The Relation of Sign to Object Signified.


Box 7 Relativism and the Problems of a Working Historian.


Box 7 Relativity and Twentieth-Century Intellectual Life.


Box 7 Reply to "An Objective Probabilism."


Box 7 The Rise of Modern Science.


Box 7 Rorty Talk. Comments, Spring 1973


Box 7 Science and Culture, Bard College


Box 7 Science and Culture

[Phi Beta Kappa Society]


Box 7 Science and Knowledge, 1st Draft and Notes (1) - (2); 2nd Draft.; Final Draft.



Box 8 [Science and Mechanics] (1) - (2)


Box 8 Science and Semantic Realism.


Box 8 Science and the Humanities.


Box 8 Science as a Way of Life.


Box 8 Scientific American, Reviews


Box 8 Scientific Laws and Theories.


Box 8 The Scientific Man.


Box 8 The Scientific Method, Jan. 1964


Box 8 Scientific Method, 1967


Box 8 The Scientific Revolution.


Box 8 Sense and Nonsense -- A Modern Critique of Language.


Box 8 The Social Import of Automatic Control.


Box 8 The Social Sciences.


Box 8 The Sociology of Knowledge and Philosophy of Science.


Box 8 Some Current Issues. Introduction.


Box 8 Some Issues in Teilhard's Theory of Cosmogenesis.


Box 8 Some Leading Principles of Dewey's Logical Theory.


Box 8 Some Notes on Determinism.


Box 8 Some Reflections on Myth and Symbols in Science.


Box 8 Some Reflections on the Use of Language in the Natural Sciences.


Box 8 Some Theses in the Philosophy of Logic.


Box 8 Sovereign Reason. Preliminary Introduction.


Box 8 Sovereign Reason. (1) - (3)


Box 8 State University Centennial Symposium., Speech.


Box 8 The Structure of Evolutionary Explanations.



Box 9 The Structure of Science., 1st Draft. (1) - (6); 2nd Draft (1) - (3



Box 10 The Structure of Science., 2nd Draft (4) - (8); 3rd Draft (1) - (8



Box 11 The Structure of Science., Publisher's Copy. (1) - (11



Box 12 The Structure of Science., Corrected Galleys.



Box 13 The Supremacy of Method


Box 13 Teleology Revisited. (1) - (4)


Box 13 Theory and Observation


Box 13 Truth and Certainty in Science


Box 13 Types of Causal Explanations in Science


Box 13 The Universe and the Paradox of Relevance


Box 13 Verifiability, Truth, Verification


Box 13 What Do Communists Understand by Marxism-Leninism?


Box 13 Wittgenstein


Box 13 Unidentified Mss. (1) - (2)



Box 14 Unidentified Mss. (3) - (4)


Box 14 Miscellaneous Introductions


Box 14 Miscellaneous Book Reviews (1) - (10)