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History and Technology

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The commercialization of molecular biology: Walter Gilbert and the Biogen startup
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Engineering professors as entrepreneurs: the case of Franz Reuleaux (1829–1905) and Alois Riedler (1850–1936)
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History and Theory: Studies in the Philosophy of History

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vol. 56 (2): 165-165
HISTORY GOES WALKABOUT
WILLIAM GALLOIS, vol. 56 (2): 167-196
THE ALLURE OF DARK TIMES: MAX WEBER, POLITICS, AND THE CRISIS OF HISTORICISM
STEFAN EICH, ADAM TOOZE, vol. 56 (2): 197-215
BERNARD GROETHUYSEN's WAY OF COPING WITH THE “PROBLEM OF HISTORICISM”
DMITRI GINEV, vol. 56 (2): 216-240
THE POLITICS OF DESPAIR AND THE CALLING OF HISTORY
SUMAN SETH, vol. 56 (2): 241-257
WHITE, FRIEDLÄNDER, “… AND THE REST IS HISTORY”: A PAX HISTORIANA
Berel Lang, vol. 56 (2): 258-266
ANIMAL HISTORY
Ewa Domańska, vol. 56 (2): 267-287
MISREPRESENTING MARX: A LESSON IN HISTORICAL METHOD
Allan Megill, Jaeyoon Park, vol. 56 (2): 288-306
HISTORICAL TELEOLOGY: THE GRAND ILLUSION
David Carr, vol. 56 (2): 307-317
ON THE MANY WAYS OF SAYING MEMORY
Jeffrey Andrew Barash, vol. 56 (2): 318-330
BOOKS IN SUMMARY
vol. 56 (2): 331-334
Website
vol. 56 (2): 336-336

History of European Ideas

From practice to theory to practice: William Penn from prison to the founding of Pennsylvania
Andrew R. Murphy, vol. 43 (4): 317-330
John Owen and John Locke: confessionalism, doctrinal minimalism, and toleration
Manfred Svensson, vol. 43 (4): 302-316
Deism, freethinking and toleration in Enlightenment England
Diego Lucci, vol. 43 (4): 345-358
Radical tolerance in early enlightenment Europe
Lionel Laborie, vol. 43 (4): 359-375
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