Works Cited and Further Readings – Chemistry

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Bogaard, P. A. 1992. “Whitehead and the Survival of “Subordinate Societies””, Process Studies, 21, 219-226.

Bogaard, P. A. and Treash, G. 1993. The Philosophical Content of Quantum Chemistry (Albany, NY, State Univesity of New York Press).

Buchler, Justus. 1966. Metaphysics of Natural Complexes (New York, Columbia University Press). Reprinted 1990 (Albany, State University of New York Press).

Case, A. and Stein, R. L. 2003. “Mechanistic Origins of the Substrate Selectivity of Serine Proteases”, Biochemistry, 42, 9466-9481.

Cobb, J. B. 1965. A Christian Natural Theology (Philadelphi, Westminster Press).

Cobb, J. B.—Griffin, D. R. 1988. Ecology, Science, and Religion: Toward a Postmodern Worldview (Albany, State University of New York Press).

da Costa, Newton and Steven French. 2003. Science and Partial Truth: A Unitary Approach to Modeling and Scientific Reasoning (New York, Oxford University Press).

Earley, J. E. 1981. “Self-Organization and Agency: In Chemistry and In Process Philosophy”, Process Studies, 11, 242-258.

Earley, J. E. 1998. “Modes of Chemical Becoming”, Hyle—International Journal for the Philosophy of Chemistry, 4, 105-115.

Earley, J. E.—Bogaard, P. A. and Treash, G. 1993. The Nature of Chemical Existence (Albany, State University of New York Press).

Earley, Joseph E. 1993. “The Nature of Chemical Existence,” in Metaphysics as Foundation: Essays in Honor of Ivor Leclerc, edited by Paul A. Bogaard and Gordon Treash (Albany, SUNY Press).

Earley, Joseph E. 1995. “Towards a Reapprehension of Causal Efficacy,” Process Studies, 24, 34-38.

Earley, Joseph E. 2000. “Varieties of Chemical Closure,” in Jerry Chandler and Gertrudis Van De Vijver eds., Closure: Emergent Organizations and Their Dynamics, Annals of the New York Academy of Science, 901, 122-131.

Earley, Joseph E. 2003a. “Constraints on the Origin of Coherence in Far-from-equilibrium Chemical Systems,” Physics and Whitehead: Quantum, Process and Experience, edited by Timothy E. Eastman and Hank Keeton (Albany, SUNY Press), 63-73.

Earley, Joseph E. 2003b. “On the Relevance of Repetition, Recurrence, and Reiteration,” in Chemistry in the Philosophical Melting Pot, Dia-Logos 5, edited by Danuta Sobczyńska, Paweł Zeidler and Ewa Zielonaka-Lis (Frankfurt am Main, Peter Lang), 171-86.

Earley, Joseph E. 2003c. “How Dynamic Aggregates May Achieve Effective Integration,” Advances in Complex Systems, 6, 115-26.

Earley, Joseph E. 2005. “Why There is No Salt in the Sea,” Foundations of Chemistry, 7, 85-102.

Earley, Joseph E. 2006a. “Some Philosophical Implications of Chemical Symmetry,” in Philosophy of Chemistry: Synthesis of a New Discipline. Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, edited by Davis Baird and Eric Scerri (Dordrecht, Springer), 207-20.

Earley, Joseph E. 2006b. “Chemical ‘Substances’ that are not ‘Chemical Substances’,” Philosophy of Science, 73, 841-852.

Eddington, Arthur. 1939. The Philosophy of Physical Science (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press).

Eiswirth, Marcus, A., Freund, and John Ross. 1991. J. Adv. Chem. Phys., 190, 127: J. Phys. Chem., 95, 1294.

Fox, J. M., Wang, G., Speir, J. A., Olson, N. H., Johnson, J. E., Baker, T. S. &Young, M. J. 1998. “Comparison of the Native CCMV Virion with in Vitro Assembled CCMV Virions by Cryoelectron Microscopy and Image Reconstruction,”Virology 244, 212-18.

French, Stephen and James Ladyman. 2003. “Remodeling Structural Realism: Quantum Physics and the Metaphysics of Structure,” Synthese, 136, 31-56.

French, Stephen. 2000. “The Reasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics; Partial structures and the Application of Group Theory to Physics,” Synthese, 125, 103-120

Griffin, D. R.—Griffin, D. R. 1988. Of Minds and Molecules: Postmodern Medicine in a Psychosomatic Universe (Albany, State Univesity of New York Press).

Hengge, A. and Stein, R. L. 2004. “Role of Protein Conformational Mobility in Enzyme Catalysis—Acylation of a-Chymotrypsin by Specific Peptide Substrates”, Biochemistry, 43, 742-747.

Kegel, Wilhelm K. and Paul van der Schoot. 2004. “Competing Hydrophobic and Screened-Coulomb Interactions in Hepatitis B Virus Capsid Assembly,” Biophysical Journal 86, 3905-3913.

King, R. Bruce. 1980. “Chemical Applications of Group Theory and Topology VIII. Topological Aspects of Oscillating Chemical Reactions,” Theoretica Chimica Acta5, 6, 269-96.

Koestler, A. 1978. Janus—A Summing Up (New York, Random House).

Kondepudi, Dilip and Ilya Prigogine. 1998. Modern Thermodynamics: From Heat Engines to Dissipative Structures (New York, Wiley).

Ladyman, James. 2001. “Science, Metaphysics and Structural Realism,” Philosophica, 67, 57-76.

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Merricks, Trenton. 2001. Objects and Persons (New York, Oxford University Press).

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Millikan, Ruth. 2000. On Clear and Confused Ideas: An Essay on Substance Concepts (New York, Cambridge University Press).

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Reiher, M. 2003a. “A Systems Theory of Chemistry”, Foundations of Chemistry, 5, 23-41.

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Zandi, Roya, David Reguera, Robijn F. Bruinsma, William M. Gelbart and Joseph Rudnick. 2004. “Origin of icosahedral symmetry in viruses,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (USA), 101, 44, 15556-15560.

Zlotnik, Adam. 2004. “Viruses and the physics of soft condensed matter,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (USA), 101, 44, 15549-15550.