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- Evolutionary Epistemology
- In: The philosophy of Karl R. Popper, ed. by P. A. Schilpp, LaSalle, IL: Open Court, pp. 412-463
- Karl Popper (1972) Objective Knowledge: An Evolutionary Approach
- Karl Popper (1963) Conjectures and Refutations: The Growth of Scientific Knowledge
- evolutionary epistemology
- Specification of Internet Transmission Control Program
- Network Working Group Request for Comments: 675  (December 1974) NIC: 2 INWG: 72 (with Yogen Dalal and Carl Sunshine)
- Presupposition and Linguistic Context
- Theoretical Linguistics, 1: 3-44. 
Abstract and opening paragraphs
- Holon Programming: A Survey
- University de Liege, Service D'Informatique (December, 1973)
- Holon Programming
- In: A. Günther et al (eds.) International Computing Symposium 1973, Amsterdam, North-Holland (with D. Ribbens)
- Donald Knuth (1984) "Literate Programming"
- Arthur Koestler (1967) The Ghost in the Machine, Holon, Literate programming, WEB, TeX
- Formal Philosophy: Selected Papers by Richard Montague
- ed. by Richmond H. Thomason; Yale University Press
- What Is It Like to Be a Bat?
- Philosophical Review, pp. 435-450. 
- The article's title question was originally posed by Timothy Sprigge.
- Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance
- Fact, Theory, and Literary Explanation
- Critical Inquiry (December 1974) Volume 1, Number 2
- Ralph W. Rader 
- ``We are free to get our theories where we will. As Einstein said, the emergence of a theory is like an egg laid by a chicken, "auf einmal ist es da." In practice theories are usually derived as improvements on earlier theories, as better tools are refinements of earlier, cruder ones; and they are directed explanatorily not at the facts of their own construction but at independently specifiable facts which, left unexplained by earlier theories, have therefore refuted them. A new theory should cogently and directly explain all that its predecessors explain and in addition those particular facts which they conspicuously do not explain. The ideal is to have the simplest possible premises explaining most precisely the widest possible range of problematical facts.`` 
- Critical Response
- The Philosophy of Karl Popper
- 2 vols., ed. Paul A. Schilpp
- Open Court Press, La Salle, IL, 1974
- One of the better contributions to the Library of Living Philosophers series. Contains Popper's intellectual autobiography, a comprehensive range of critical essays, and Popper's responses to them.
- Donald Campbell (1974) evolutionary epistemology
- The Theory of Games and the Evolution of Animal Conflicts
- Journal of Theoretical Biology, 47: 209-221
- Cf. William D. Hamilton (1964) "The Genetical Evolution of Social Behavior"
- Cf. evolutionarily stable strategy (ESS) since 1973
- Cf. Evolution and the Theory of Games (1982)
- Cf. George R. Price
- Judgment under Uncertainty: Heuristics and Biases
- Science 185 (September 1974): 1124-1131. (With Daniel Kahneman). 
- See also: cognitive bias, selection bias, confirmation bias, Peter Cathcart Wason, Philip Johnson-Laird, George A. Miller, Princeton University Department of Psychology, Wason selection task, 2-4-6 problem, attitude polarization, illusory correlation, psychology of reason, list of cognitive biases, Lee Ross, Mark Lepper, Jonathan Baron
- Vinton Cerf; et al. (1974). "Specification of Internet Transmission Control Protocol". Request for Comments 675. Unknown parameter
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- Internet History
- Ralph W. Rader has written Tennyson's "Maud": The Biographical Genesis. Among his influential articles are "Literary Form in Factual Narrative: The Example of Boswell's Johnson" and "The Concept of Genre and Eighteenth-Century Studies." He is professor of English at the University of California at Berkeley. His contributions to Critical Inquiry are "Explaining Our Literary Understanding: A Response to Jay Schleusener and Stanley Fish" (June 1975), "The Dramatic Monologue and Related Lyric Forms"(Autumn 1976), and "The Literary Theoretical Contribution of Sheldon Sacks" (Winter 1979).
- Ronald W. Clark, Einstein: The Life and Times (New York, 1971), p.173 n.
- Emphasis not original but remindful of liberalist Paul Feyerabend (1975) Against Method.