complete list

Carnap’s Construction of the World. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1997. x + 242 pages.

A.W. Carus, Michael Friedman, Wolfgang Kienzler, Alan Richardson and Sven Schlotter. ed. The Collected Works of Rudolf Carnap. Volume One: Early Writings. Chicago: The Open Court, forthcoming.

Uebel, Thomas and Alan Richardson, ed. The Cambridge Companion to Logical Empiricism. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007. xi + 430 pages.

Hardcastle, Gary and Alan Richardson, ed. Logical Empiricism in North America. Minnesota Studies in Philosophy of Science. Vol. 18. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 2003. xxix+293 pages.

Giere, Ronald and Alan Richardson, ed. Origins of Logical Empiricism. Minnesota Studies in Philosophy of Science. Vol. 16. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 1996. vii+392 pages.

Philosophy of Science, December 2010. Topic: Symposium Papers at PSA 2008.

Philosophy of Science, December 2009. Topic: Contributed Papers to PSA 2008.

With Judy Z. Segal, Configurations, Spring 2003. Topic: Scientific Ethos: Authority, Authorship, and Trust in the Sciences

With Don Howard, Perspectives on Science, Spring 2003. Topic: Papers from HOPOS 2002.

With Ernie Hamm, Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, December 2001. Topic: Measurement of the People, for the People, by the People.

“But What Then Am I, This Inexhaustible, Unfathomable Historical Self?” SYNTHESE,  178 (2010): 143-154″Scientific Philosophy as a Topic for History of Science”. Isis. 99.1 (2008): 88 – 96.

“Solomon’s Science Without Conscience”. Perspectives on Science. 16.3 (2008): 246 – 252.

“‘The Tenacious, Malleable, Indefatigible, and Yet, Eternally Modifiable Will’: Hans Reichenbach’s Knowing Subject”.Proceedings of Aristotelian Society. 79 (Supplementary Volume 2005): 73 – 87.

“Reichenbach’s Disease and Mirowski’s Theory of Knowledge? Or, Will to Power as Philosophy of Science”. STUDIES IN HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE. 36 (December 2005): 744 – 753.

Hamm, Ernst, Alan Richardson and Catherine Crawford. “Stephen Straker, 1942-2004”. ISIS. 96.4 (December 2005): 615 – 617.

Richardson, Alan and Miriam Solomon. “A Critical Context for Longino’s Critical Contextual Empiricism”. 2005. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science. (2005): 211 – 222.

“Robert K. Merton and Philosophy of Science”. SOCIAL STUDIES OF SCIENCE. (2004): 855 – 858.

“Conceiving, Experiencing, and Conceiving Experiencing: Neo-Kantianism and the History of the Concept of Experience”. TOPOI: AN INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF PHILOSOPHY. (2003): 55 – 67.

“Narrating the History of Reason Itself: Kuhn, Friedman, and a Constitutive A Priori for the 21st Century”. Perspectives on Science. (2003): 253 – 274.

“The Geometry of Knowledge: Becker, Carnap and Lewis and the Formalization of the Philosophy in the 1920s”. STUDIES IN HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE. (2003): 165 – 182.

“Engineering Philosophy of Science: Logical Empiricism and American Pragmatism in the 1930s”. PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE. (2002): S36 – S47.

“Science as Will and Representation: Carnap, Reichenbach, and Sociology of Science”. PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE. (2000): S151 – S162.

“Toward a History of Scientific Philosophy”. Perspectives on Science. (1997): 418 – 451.

“Two Dogmas about Logical Empiricism: Carnap and Quine on Logic, Epistemology, and Empiricism “. Philosophical Topics. (1997): 145 – 168.

“Explanation: Pragmatics and Asymmetry”. PHILOSOPHICAL STUDIES. (1995): 109 – 129.

“The Limits of Tolerance: Carnap’s Logico-Philosophical Project in Logical Syntax”. Proceedings of Aristotelian Society. (Supplementary Volume, 1994): 67 – 82.

“Logical Idealism and Carnap’s Construction of the World”. SYNTHESE. (1992): 59 – 92.

“Metaphysics and Idealism in the Aufbau”. Grazer Philosophische Studien. (1992): 45 – 72.

“The Vienna Circle”. Encyclopedia of Semiotics. Ed. Paul Bouissac and . Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1998. 629 – 631.

“Ernst Cassirer and Michael Friedman: Kantian or Hegelian Dynamics of Reason?”. Synthesis and the Growth of Knowledge. Ed. Michael Dickson and Mary Domski. Chicago: The Open Court, 2010.  279-294.

“Carnapian Pragmatism”. The Cambridge Companion to Carnap. Ed. Michael Friedman and Richard Creath. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008. 295 – 315.

“Philosophy of Science in America”. Oxford Handbook of American Philosophy. Ed. Cheryl Misak. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008. 339-374.

“‘That Sort of Everyday Image of Positivism’: Thomas Kuhn and the Decline of Logical Empiricist Philosophy of Science”.The Cambridge Companion to Logical Empiricism. Ed. Alan Richardson and Thomas Uebel. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007. 346 – 369.

“‘The Fact of Science’ and the Critique of Knowledge: Exact Science as Problem and Resource in Marburg Neo-Kantianism”. The Kantian Legacy in Nineteenth-Century Science. Ed. Michael Friedman and Alfred Nordmann. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2006. 211 – 226.

“Freedom in a Scientific Society: Reading the Context of Reichenbach Contexts”. Revisiting Discovery and Justification. Ed. Jutta Schickore and Friedrich Steinle. Dordrecht: Springer, 2006. 41 – 54.

“Introduction”. Experience and Prediction. Ed. Hans Reichenbach. Notre Dame, IN: Notre Dame University Press, 2006. vii – xxxviii.

“Performing Bullshit and the Post-Sincere Condition”. Bullshit and Philosophy. Ed. Gary Hardcastle and George Reisch. Chicago, IL: The Open Court, 2006. 83 – 97.

“Rational Reconstruction”. The Philosophy of Science: An Encyclopedia. Vol. 2 of 2. Ed. Sahotra Sarkar and Jessica Pfeifer. London: Routledge, 2006. 681 – 685.

“Tractatus Comedo-Philosophicus”. Monty Python and Philosophy. Ed. Gary Hardcastle and George Reisch. Chicago: The Open Court, 2006. 217 – 229.

“Tolerating Semantics: Carnap’s Philosophical Point of view”. Carnap Brought Home: The View from Jena. Ed. Steven Awodey and Carsten Klein. Chicago: The Open Court, 2004. 63 – 78.

“Logical Empiricism, American Pragmatism, and the Fate of Scientific Philosophy in North America”. Logical Empiricism in North America. Ed. Gary Hardcastle and Alan Richardson. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 2003. 1 – 24.

“The Scientific World Conception: Logical Positivism, 1914-1945”. The Cambridge History of Philosophy, 1870-1945. Ed. Thomas Baldwin. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003. 391 – 400.

“Philosophy as Science: The Modernist Agenda of Philosophy of Science, 1900-1950”. In the Scope of Logic, Methodology, and Philosophy of Science. Vol. 2 of 2. Ed. P Gardenfors, J Wolenski and K Kijania-Placek. Dordrecht: Kluwer, 2002. 621 – 639.

“Rudolf Carnap, 1891-1970”. American Philosophers before 1950. Vol. 270. Ed. P Dematties. Dictionary of Literary Biography. Columbia, SC: Bruccoli, Clark, Layman, 2002. 67 – 82.

“Tolerance, Internationalism, and Scientific Community in Philosophy: Political Themes in Philosophy of Science, Past and Present”. Philosophy of Science and Politics. Ed. Michael Heidelberger and Friedrich Stadler. Vienna: Springer, 2002. 65 – 89.

“How to Be a Good Non-Naturalist: Epistemology as Rational Reconstruction in Carnap and his Predecessors”.Rationality, Realism, Revision: Proceedings of the Third International Congress of the Society for Analytic Philosophy. Ed. Julian Nida-Rumelin and . Berlin: De Gruyter, 2001. 856 – 861.

“From Epistemology to the Logic of Science: Carnap’s Philosophy of Empirical Knowledge in the 1930s”. Origins of Logical Empiricism. Ed. Ronald Giere and Alan Richardson. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 1996. 309 – 332.

“Philosophy of Science and Its Rational Reconstructions: Remarks on the VPI Program for Testing Philosophies of Science”. Proceedings of the Philosophy of Science Association 1992. Vol. 1 of 2. 1992. 36 – 46.

“How Not to Russell Carnap’s Aufbau”. Proceedings of the Philosophy of Science Association 1990. Vol. 1 of 2. 1990. 3 – 14.

Richardson, John and Alan Richardson. “On Predicting Pragmatic Relations”. Proceedings of the 16th Annual Meetings of the Berkeley Linguistics Society. 1990. 498 – 508.

Plus roughly fifteen book reviews in venues such as ScienceNotre Dame Philosophical ReviewsPhilosophy in Review,Philosophical BooksPhilosophy of Science, and Isis.

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