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Historia de la ciencia I dra. Violeta Aréchiga I. Historiografía de la ciencia Filosofía de la ciencia e historia de la ciencia


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HISTORIA DE LA CIENCIA I

Dra. Violeta Aréchiga
I. Historiografía de la ciencia
Filosofía de la ciencia e historia de la ciencia



  1. Hanson N. R., 1962. “The Irrelevance of History of Science to Philosophy of Science”, The Journal of Philosophy, vol. 59, no. 21.

  2. Hesse M., 1973. “Reasons and Evaluation in the History of Science”, in Teich, M., and Young, R. M., eds., Changing Perspectives in the History of Science: Essays in Honour of Joseph Needham, Kluwer Academic Pub.

  3. Laudan L., 1990. “The History of Science and the Philosophy of Science”, in R. Olby et al (eds.), Companion to the History of Modern Science, Routledge, London.

  4. Nickles T., 1995. “Philosophy of Science and History of Science”, Osiris, 2nd series, vol. 10.

  5. Brush Stephen G., 1995. “Scientists as Historians”, Osiris, 2nd series, vol. 10.

  6. Hull D., 1979. “In Defense of Presentism”, History and Theory, vol. 18, no. 1.

  7. Mayr E., 1990. “When is Historiography Whiggish?”, Journal of the History of Ideas, vol. 51, no. 2.

  8. Shapin S., 1992. “Discipline and Bounding: The History and Sociology of Science as Seen Through the Externalism-Internalism Debate”. History of Science 30.

  9. Porter Roy, 1990. The History of Science and the History of Society. R. Olby et al (eds.), A Companion to the History of Modern Science.



Sociología del conocimiento científico



  1. Pinch T., 1990. “The Sociology of the Scientific Community”, in R. Olby et al (eds.), Companion to the History of Modern Science, Routledge, London.

  2. Barnes B., 1990. “Sociological Theories of Scientific Knowledge, in R. Olby et al (eds.), Companion to the History of Modern Science, Routledge, London.

  3. Golinski J., 1990. “The Theory of Practice and the Practice of Theory: Sociological Approaches in the History of Science”, Isis, vol. 81, no. 3.

  4. Hesse M., 1986, “Changing Concepts and Stable Order”, Social Studies of Science, vol. 16, no. 4.

  5. Collins H. and Pinch T., 1993. “The Germs of Dissent: Louis Pasteur and the Origins of Life”, in The Golem, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.


II. La revolución científica
La visión tradicional



  1. Harman P., 1983. The Scientific Revolution, Methuen, London & New York, 32 pp.

  2. Blanché Robert, 1969, El método experimental y la filosofía de la física, Breviarios del FCE, México, 1972.

  3. Butterfield Herbert, 1949. Los orígenes de la ciencia moderna, CONACYT, México, 1981.

  4. Hellyer Marcus (ed.), 2003. The Scientific Revolution, Blackwell Publishing, Oxford.

  5. Koyré Alexandre, 1957. Del mundo cerrado al universo infinito, Siglo XXI Editores, México, 1979.

  6. Lindberg David C., 1990. “Conceptions of the Scientific Revolution from Bacon to Butterfield”, en David C. Lindberg & Robert S. Westman, Reappraisals of The Scientific Revolution, Cambridge University Press.

  7. Cohen, I. B. 1985. El nacimiento de la nueva física, Alianza Editorial.


Discusiones: el papel de Newton y la estructura de la revolución científica


  1. Dobbs, B. J. T., 1994. “Newton as Final Cause and First Mover”, Isis, vol. 85, no. 4, 10 pp.

  2. Westfall, R., 2000. “The Scientific Revolution Reasserted”, in Osler M. (ed). Rethinking the Scientific Revolution, Cambridge University Press, 14 pp.

  3. Reill Peter Hanns, 2003. “The Legacy of the «Scientific Revolution»”, en Roy Porter (ed.), The Cambridge History of Science, vol. 4, Eighteenth-Century Science, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

  4. Shapin Steven, 1996. The Scientific Revolution, The University of Chicago Press, Chicago and London.



III. Historiografía del siglo XVIII
Newtonismo



  1. Guerlac Henry, 1977. “Newton’s changing reputation in the xviii century”, Essays and Papers in the History of Modern Science, The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore & London.

  2. Guerlac Henry, op. cit., “Where the statue stood: divergent loyalties to Newton in the xviii century.

  3. Schofield Robert, 1977. Mechanism and Materialism, Princeton University Press, Princeton, pp. 3-17.

  4. Hall A. Rupert, 1963. From Galileo to Newton, Dover Publications, New York, caps. VIII-XI.

  5. Schaffer Simon, 1989, “Newtonianism”, en Olby C., Cantor G. N., Christie J. R. R., Hodge M. J. S. (eds.), Companion to the History of Modern Science, London, Croone.

  6. Schaffer Simon, 1979. “Natural Philosophy”, en Rousseau G. S., Porter R., The Ferment of Knowledge, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.


Ciencias de la vida en el siglo XVIII



  1. Sloan Philip R. 1989. “Natural History, 1670-1802”, en Olby, Cantor, Christie, Hodge (eds.), op. cit., pp. 295-313.

  2. Roger Jaques, 1979. “The Living World”, en Rousseau y Porter, op. cit., pp. 255-283.

  3. Bowler Peter, 1989. Evolution: The History of an Idea, University of California Press, pp. 1-25, 50-99.
  4. Roger Jaques, 1982. “The Cartesian Model and Its Role in Eighteenth-Century ‘Theory of the Earth’”, en Lennon, Nicholas & Davis, Problems of Cartesianism, McGill-Queen's University Press, pp. 95-112.


  5. Gould S. J.,1977. “The Reverend Thomas’ Dirty Little Planet”, en Ever Since Darwin, W. W. Norton, New York, pp. 141-146.

  6. Rossi Paolo, 1984. The Dark Abyss of Time, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, pp. 75-101.



IV. Transformismo en el siglo xix


  1. Toulmin y Goodfield, 1968. El descubrimiento del tiempo, Paidós, Barcelona, pp. 138-167.

  2. Lenoir Timothy, 1990. “Morphotypes and the Historical-Genetic Method in Romantic Biology”, en Jardine N. & Cunningham A., Romanticism & the Sciences, Cambridge University Press , pp. 119-129.

  3. Coleman William, 1971. Biology in the 19th century, Wiley, New York, pp. 57-91.

  4. Mayr Ernst, 1985. The Growth of Biological Thought, Harvard Univesity Press.

  5. Peter Taylor, 1999. “La selección natural: un lastre sobre el pensamiento biológico y social”, en Ludus Vitalis Vol. VII, núm. 12.

  6. Bowler Peter, 1989. Evolution: The History of an Idea, University of California Press.

  7. Young Robert M., 1985. Darwin’s Methaphor, Cambridge University Press, , pp. 164-246.

  8. Desmond Adrian, 1989, The Politics of Evolution. The University of Chicago Press,.

  9. Bowler Peter J., 1992. The Non-Darwinian Revolution, The Johns Hopkins University Press.


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