All publications

The following list consists of all publications on history and/or philosophy of physics by Utrecht historians and philosophers of physics while affiliated with Utrecht University, as listed in PURE—except for Theses.


  1. Bacciagaluppi, G. & Crull, E. (2024), The Einstein Paradox: The Debate on Nonlocality and Incompleteness in 1935, Cambridge University Press
  2. Martens, N.C.M. (2024), Philosophy of Physical Magnitudes, Element in Philosophy of Physics, James Owen Weatherall (ed.), Cambridge University Press


  1. Aluri, P. K., Cea, P., Chingangbam, P., Chu, M-C., Clowes, R. G., Hutsemékers, D., Kochappan, J. P., Lopez, A. M., Liu, L., Martens, N. C. M., Martins, C. J. A. P., Migkas, K., Colgáin, E. Ó., Pranav, P., Shamir, L., Singal, A. K., Sheikh-Jabbari, M. M., Wagner, J., Wang, S-J., ... Zhao, W. (2023). Is the observable Universe consistent with the cosmological principle? Classical and Quantum Gravity, 40(9), 1-103. Article 094001
  2. Baneke, D. (in press). Chapter 28: Big Astronomy: large telescopes and the dual narrative of impact. In Big Science in the 21st Century: Economic and societal impacts IOP Publishing.
  3. Baneke, D., Bruins, A., Hoeneveld, F., Schure, E., & Wille, R-J. (2023). De bètafaculteit en het koloniale verleden. Een verkenning.
  4. Baneke, D. (2023). Review of: Rob van den Berg, Een passie voor precisie. Frederik Kaiser (1808-1872), vader van de Leidse Sterrewacht (Amsterdam: Prometheus, 2022). BMGN - Low Countries Historical Review, 138, Article 31
  5. Baneke, D. (2023). Schaduwen van Sterrenkunde. In M. Huisman, J. Koch, & D. van Miert (Eds.), Tastend door de tijd: een greep uit vier eeuwen Utrechtse wetenschapsgeschiedenis (pp. 21-22). Stichting Matrijs.
  6. Dieks, D. (2023). Emergence and identity of quantum particles. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, 381.
  7. Dieks, D. (2023). Quantum individuality. In: Non-Reflexive Logics, Non-Individuals, and the Philosophy of Quantum Mechanics: Essays in Honour of the Philosophy of Décio Krause, Springer International Publishing, 11-27.
  8. Dieks, D. (2023). Emergence, Continuity, and Scientific RealismGlobal Philosophy 33, 44.
  9. Dieks, D. (2023). Physical time within human time. Frontiers of Psychology, 14: 1096890.
  10. Galison, P., Doboszewski, J., Elder, J., Martens, N. C. M., Ashtekar, A., Enander, J., Gueguen, M., Kessler, E. A., Lalli, R., Lesourd, M., Marcoci, A., Ramírez, S. M., Natarajan, P., Nguyen, J., Reyes-Galindo, L., Ritson, S., Schneider, M. D., Skulberg, E., Sorgner, H., ... Wüthrich, A. (2023). The Next Generation Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration: History, Philosophy, and Culture. Galaxies, 11(1), 1-23. Article 32.
  11. Johnson, M., Akiyama, K., Blackburn, L., Bouman, K. L., Broderick, A., Cardoso, V., Fender, R., Fromm, C., Galison, P., Gómez, J. L., Haggard, D., Lister, M., Lobanov, A., Markoff, S., Narayan, R., Natarajan, P., Nichols, T., Pesce, D. W., Younsi, Z., ... Martens, N.C.M., … Wielgus, M. (2023). Key Science Goals for the Next-Generation Event Horizon Telescope. Galaxies, 11(3), Article 61.
  12. Marcoci, A., Thresher, A. C., Martens, N., Galison, P., Doeleman, S. S., & Johnson, M. D. (2023). Big STEM collaborations should include humanities and social science. Nature Human Behaviour, 7(8), 1229-1230.
  13. Martens, N. C. M., & King, M. (2023). Doing More with Less: Dark Matter & Modified Gravity. In Philosophy of Astrophysics: Stars, Simulations, and the Struggle to Determine What is Out There (pp. 91-107). (Synthese Library; Vol. 472). Springer Cham.
  14. Muller, F.A. (2023), The Influence of Quantum Physics on PhilosophyFound Sci 28, 477–488
  15. Muller, F.A. (2023), Six Measurement Problems of Quantum Mechanics, in: Non-Reflexive Logics, Non-Individuals and the Philosophy of Quantum Mechanics: Essays in honor of the Philosophy of Décio Krause, R.W. Arroyo, J. Arenhardt (eds.), Springer-Verlag
  16. Ritson, S., & Martens, N. (2023). A unique collaboration using a virtual Earth-sized telescope shows how science is changing in the 21st century. The Conversation


  1. Baneke, D. (2022). Telescope Celebrity Culture. Web publication/site, Shells and Pebbles.
  2. Blasjo, V. (2022). Operationalism: An Interpretation of the Philosophy of Ancient Greek Geometry. Foundations of Science, 27(2), 587-708. Advance online publication.
  3. Dieks, D. (2022). Perspectival Quantum RealismFoundations of  Physics 52, 95.
  4. Dieks, D., Lubberdink, A. (2022) Identical Quantum Particles as Distinguishable ObjectsJournal for General  Philosophy of Science 53, 259–274.
  5. Dieks, D. (2022), Modal Interpretations of Quantum Mechanics. In Olival Freire (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of the History of Quantum Interpretations. 
  6. Dieks, D. (2022). Analogies and Metaphors in Physics. In: Wuppuluri, S., Grayling, A.C. (eds) Metaphors and Analogies in Sciences and Humanities. Synthese Library, vol 453. Springer, Cham.
  7. Muller, F.A. & Leegwater, G. (2022), The Case Against Factorism: On the Labels of ⊗-Factor Hilbert-Spaces of Similar Particles in Quantum MechanicsJ Gen Philos Sci 53, 291–306.


  1. Baneke, D. (2021). Philips and the Difficulty of Space Project Management (1973). Entreprises et Histoire, 102(1), 200-206.
  2. Baneke, D. (2021). review of: Margriet van der Heijden, Denken is verrukkelijk: het leven van Tatiana Afanassjewa en Paul Ehrenfest (Amsterdam: Prometheus 2021). Tijdschrift Voor Geschiedenis, 134(4), 685-686.
  3. Baneke, D. (2021). Waarschuwingen in de wind. Wonderkamer, (3), 12-17.
  4. Blasjo, V. (2021). Galileo could have simulated his early data on the phases of Venus. Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage, 24(4), 993-1000.
  5. Blasjo, V. (2021). Rigorous Purposes of Analysis in Greek Geometry. Philosophia Scientiae, 25(3), 55-80.
  6. Lombardi, O. and Dieks, D. (2021). Modal Interpretations of Quantum MechanicsThe Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Winter 2021 Edition), Edward N. Zalta (ed.).
  7. Muller, F.A. (2021), Fano’s Quantum Metaphysics, in: Epistemologia Series, Festschrift in onore del socio Vincenzo Fano: Experience, abstraction and the scientific image of the world, C. Calosi et al. (eds.), Milano.


  1. Bacciagaluppi, G. (2020). Physics and Beyond: Essay review of Kay Herrmann (Ed.): Grete Henry-Hermann: Philosophie–Mathematik–Quantenmechanik. Springer: Wiesbaden 2019, xv + 663 pp. Journal for General Philosophy of Science, 51(4), 595-610.
  2. Bacciagaluppi, G. (2020). Quantum Mechanics, Emergence, and Decisions. Mind and Society, 19(2), 299-305
  3. Bacciagaluppi, G., & Crull, E. (in press). The 'Einstein Paradox': The debate on nonlocality and incompleteness in 1935. Cambridge University Press.
  4. Bacciagaluppi, G. (2020). The Role of Decoherence in Quantum Mechanics. In E. N. Zalta (Ed.), The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (summer 2020 ed.). The Metaphysics Research Lab, Center for the Study of Language and Information, Stanford University.
  5. Bacciagaluppi, G. (2020). Translation of three short papers by Grete Hermann (with introduction). Journal for General Philosophy of Science, 51(4), 615-629.
  6. Bacciagaluppi, G. (2020). Unscrambling Subjective and Epistemic Probabilities. In M. Hemmo, & O. Shenker (Eds.), Quantum, Probability, Logic: The Work and Influence of Itamar Pitowsky (pp. 49-89). (Jerusalem Studies in Philosophy and History of Science). Springer Cham.
  7. Baneke, D. M. (2020). Frozen Science. Web publication/site, Shells and Pebbles
  8. Baneke, D. M. (2020). Natuurkunde en sterrenkunde in Nederland: scenes uit een huwelijk. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Natuurkunde, 86(11), 12-16.
  9. Baneke, D. M. (2020). The International Astronomical Union: from its first 100 years into the Next Century. 334-334. Abstract from 235th American Astronomical Society Meeting, Honolulu.
  10. Blasjo, V. N. E. (2020). Algebraic Versus Geometric Thought and Expression in the Early Calculus. In B. Sriraman (Ed.), Handbook of the History and Philosophy of Mathematical Practice (pp. 1-18). Springer.
  11. Davis, J., Degenaar, B., de Ruiter, A., van Gent, R. H., Pappot, A., & Agostino, A. (2020). A Previously Unrecorded Medieval Latin Astrolabe and Evidence for a Mid-fourteenth Century Instrument Workshop. Bulletin of the Scientific Instrument Society, 146, 6-23.
  12. Dieks, D. (2020). Reichenbach, Weyl, Philosophy and Gauge. In: De Bianchi, S., Kiefer, C. (eds) One Hundred Years of Gauge Theory. Fundamental Theories of Physics, vol 199. Springer, Cham.
  13. Dieks, D. (2020). Identical Quantum Particles, Entanglement, and IndividualityEntropy 22, no. 2: 134. 


  1. Bacciagaluppi, G. (2019). Adaptive Empiricism. In G. M. D'Ariano, S. Veca, & C. Mariani (Eds.), Lost in physics and metaphysics: Questioni di realismo scientifico (pp. 99-113). Istituto Lombardo Accademia di Scienze e Lettere.
  2. Baneke, D. M. (2019). Essay Review: Astronomische Biografieën. Studium: Tijdschrift voor Wetenschaps-en Universiteitsgeschiedenis, 12(1-3), 134-138.
  3. Baneke, D. M. (2019). Let’s not talk about science: The normalization of big science and the moral economy of modern astronomy. Science Technology and Human Values, 45(1), 164-194.
  4. Baneke, D. M. (2019). Minnaert's Folly: A forgotten teaching observatory from the 1960s. Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage, 22(2), 238-246.
  5. Baneke, D. M. (2019). Pannekoek’s one revolution: Anton Pannekoek and the Modernization of the Dutch astronomical community. In C. Tai, B. van der Steen, & J. van Dongen (Eds.), Anton Pannekoek's Views on Science and Society: Modernity in Science, Radical Politics, and Visual Art (pp. 87-108). Amsterdam University Press.
  6. Baneke, D. M. (2019). Review of: Alexander C. T. Geppert (ed.), Limiting Outer Space: Astroculture after Apollo. Isis, 110(3), 656-657.
  7. Baneke, D. M., Andersen, J., & Madsen, C. (2019). Serving Astronomy: the Aim of the IAU. In D. Valls-Gabaud, J. Hearnshaw, & C. Sterken (Eds.), Under One Sky - The IAU Centenary Symposium: Proceedings of IAU Symposium No. 349, 2018 (pp. 129-138). (Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union; Vol. 13, No. S349). Cambridge University Press.
  8. Baneke, D. M., Andersen, J., & Madsen, C. (2019). The International Astronomical Union: Uniting the Community for 100 Years. Springer Nature.
  9. Dieks, D. (2019). Mechanisms, Explanation and Understanding in Physics. In: Falkenburg, B., Schiemann, G. (eds) Mechanistic Explanations in Physics and Beyond. European Studies in Philosophy of Science, vol 11. Springer, Cham.
  10. Dieks, D. (2019). Quantum Reality, Perspectivalism and Covariance. Foundations of  Physics 49, 629–646.
  11. Dieks D. (2019). Quantum Mechanics and Perspectivalism. In: Lombardi O, Fortin S, López C, Holik F, eds. Quantum Worlds: Perspectives on the Ontology of Quantum Mechanics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; 51-70.


  1. Blasjo, V. N. E. (2018). A rebuttal of recent arguments for Maragha influence on Copernicus. Studia Historiae Scientiarum, 17, 479-497.
  2. Dieks, D. (2018). The Gibbs Paradox and particle individuality. Entropy, 20(6), Article 466.
  3. Dieks, D. (2018). Time Coordinates and Clocks: Einstein's Struggle. In: Proceedings of the Minkowski Spacetime Conference, Varna.
  4. van Gent, R. H. (2018). A Mysterious Cosmographical Map attributed to Nicolaes van Geelkercken. A Note on Historical Celestial Maps, Facsimiles and Fakes. Acta Historica Astronomiae, 64, 341-350.


  1. Bacciagaluppi, G. (2017). An Everett Perspective on Bohr and EPR. In J. Faye, & H. Folse (Eds.), Niels Bohr in the Twenty-First Century (pp. 289-302). Bloomsbury.
  2. Bacciagaluppi, G., Crull, E., & Maroney, O. (2017). Jordan’s Derivation of Blackbody Fluctuations. Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics, 60, 23-34.
  3. Baneke, D. M. (2017). De sterrentoren van de Uithof: een astronomische folly. In E. van Gelder, E. Jorink, M. Rijks, & A. Spruit (Eds.), Dingen die ergens toe dienen: verhalen over materiële cultuur van wetenschap (pp. 178-181). Uitgeverij Verloren.
  4. Baneke, D. M. (2017). Toen astronomie sterrenkunde werd. Groniek, 49(212), 273-286.
  5. Crull, E., & Bacciagaluppi, G. (2017). Grete Hermann: Between Physics and Philosophy. (Studies in History and Philosophy of Science). Springer.
  6. Dieks, D. (2017). Quantum information and locality. In What is Quantum Information? (pp. 93-112). (What is Quantum Information?). Cambridge University Press.
  7. Dieks, D. (2017). Underdetermination, realism and objectivity in quantum mechanics. In Varieties of Scientific Realism: Objectivity and Truth in Science (pp. 295-314). (Varieties of Scientific Realism: Objectivity and Truth in Science). Springer.
  8. Dieks, D. (2017). Understanding in Physics. In Scientific Understanding (pp. 230-248). (Scientific Understanding). University of Pittsburgh Press.
  9. Dieks, D. (2017). Von Neumann's impossibility proof: Mathematics in the service of rhetorics. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B - Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics, 60, 136-148.
  10. Dieks, D. (2017). Niels Bohr and the Formalism of Quantum. In: Niels Bohr and the Philosophy of Physics: Twenty-First-Century Perspectives303. Bloomsbury Publishing.
  11. McKenzie, K.V. & Muller, F.A. (2017), Bound States and the Special Composition Question, in: Selected Proceedings of the European Philosophy of Science Association Conference 2017, M. Massimi, J.-W. Romeijn, G. Schurz (eds.), Dordrecht: Springer Verlag, p.233-252
  12. Mulder, R. A., & Dieks, D. (2017). Is Time Travel Too Strange to Be Possible? Determinism and Indeterminism on Closed Timelike Curves. In Proceedings Varna 2016 (Proceedings Varna 2016). Minkowski Institute.
  13. Wille, R. B. (2017). Colonizing the Free Atmosphere: Wladimir Köppen’s ‘Aerology’, the German Maritime Observatory, and the Emergence of a Trans-Imperial Network of Weather Balloons and Kites, 1873-1906History of Meteorology8, 95-123.


  1. Bacciagaluppi, G. (2016). Einstein, Bohm and Leggett-Garg. In E. Dzhafarov, S. Jordan, R. Zhang, & V. Cervantes (Eds.), Contextuality from Quantum Physics to Psychology (pp. 63-76). World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte Ltd.
  2. Bacciagaluppi, G. (2016). Quantum Probability: An Introduction. In A. Hájek, & C. Hitchcock (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Probability and Philosophy (pp. 545-572). Oxford University Press.
  3. Baneke, D. M. (2016). Organizing space: Dutch space science between astronomy, industry and the government. In T. Heinze, & R. Münch (Eds.), Innovation in Science and Organizational Renewal: Historical and Sociological Perspectives (pp. 183-209). Palgrave Macmillan.
  4. Blasjo, V. N. E. (2016). In Defence of Geometrical Algebra. Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 70(3), 325-359.
  5. Dieks, D. (2016). Information and the Quantum World.  Entropy 18, no. 1: 26.
  6. Dieks, D. (2016). Physical Time and Experienced Time. In: Dolev, Y., Roubach, M. (eds) Cosmological and Psychological Time. Boston Studies in the Philosophy and History of Science, vol 285. Springer, Cham.
  7. Lombardi, O.,  Dieks, D. (2016). Particles in a Quantum Ontology of Properties. In Metaphysics in Contemporary Physics. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill.
  8. Neuhäuser, R., Kunitzsch, P., Mugrauer, M., Luge, D., & van Gent, R. H. (2016). Tycho Brahe, Abū Ma‘shar, and the Comet beyond Venus (Ninth Century A.D.). Journal for the History of Astronomy, 47(2), 136-158.
  9. Tai, C., & Van Dongen, J. (2016). Anton Pannekoek's epistemic virtues in astronomy and socialism: Personae and the practice of science. Bijdragen en Mededelingen Betreffende de Geschiedenis der Nederlanden, 131(4), 55-70.
  10. van Gent, R. H. (2016). Eclipses in Antiquity: Using Astronomy for Dating. Ancient History Magazine, 1(4), 55-57.


  1. Bacciagaluppi, G. (2015). Did Bohr Understand EPR? In F. Aaserud, & H. Kragh (Eds.), One Hundred years of the Bohr Atom (pp. 375-394). (Scientia Danica). Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters..
  2. Bacciagaluppi, G., & Ismael, J. (2015). The Emergent Multiverse: Quantum Theory according to the Everett Interpretation. Philosophy of Science, 129-148.
  3. Baneke, D. (2015). De ontdekkers van de hemel: de Nederlandse sterrenkunde in de twintigste eeuw. Prometheus - Bert Bakker.
  4. Baneke, D. M. (2015). Review of: Huib J. Zuidervaart and Rob H. van Gent, Between rhetoric and reality. Studium, 8(1), 55-56.
  5. Baneke, D. M. (2015). Review of: Krige, Callahan and Maharaj, NASA in the World. Minerva, 53(3), 303-305.
  6. Baneke, D. M. (2015). Sterrenkunde, de oudste wetenschap? Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Natuurkunde, 81(8), 252-254.
  7. Baneke, D. M. (2015). Sterrenkunde in Nederland: ontdekkers en ontdekkingen. Zenit, 12-14.
  8. Baneke, D. M. (2015). The Absence of the East: International Influences on Science Policy in Western Europe during the Cold War. In J. van Dongen (Ed.), Cold War Science and the Transatlantic Circulation of Knowledge (pp. 163-183). (History of Science and Medicine Library. History of Modern Science; Vol. 51, No. 1). Brill publishers.
  9. Benedictus, F., Dieks, D. (2015). Reichenbach’s Transcendental Probability.Erkenntnis 80, 15–38.
  10. Dieks, D., van Dongen, J., & de Haro, S. (2015). Emergence in holographic scenarios for gravity. Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics, 52, 203-216.
  11. Dieks, D. (2015). Rechtvaardigen zonder fundering. Algemeen Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Wijsbegeerte, 107, 161-165.
  12. van Dongen, J. (2015). Communicating the Heisenberg uncertainty relations: Niels Bohr, Complementarity and the Einstein-Rupp experiments. Scientia Danica. Series M. Mathematica et physica, 1, 310-343.
  13. Muller, F.A. (2015), The Rise of RelationalsMind 
  14. Muller, F.A. (2015), Circumveiloped by Obscuritads. The nature of interpretation in quantum mechanics, hermeneutic circles and physical reality, with cameos of James Joyce and Jacques Derrida, Appeared as a Chapter in: Conceptual Clarifications. Tributes to P.C. Suppes (1922-2014), J.Y. Beziau, D. Krause, J.R.B. Arenhart (eds.), College Press
  15. Muller, F.A. (2015), Dikaiologische VerkenningenAlgemeen Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Wijsbegeerte 107.2 p.185-191


  1. Acuña, P., Dieks, D. (2014). Another look at empirical equivalence and underdetermination of theory choiceEuropean Journal for Philosophy of Science 4, 153–180.
  2. Baneke, D. (2014). Space for ambitions: the Dutch space program in changing European and transatlantic contexts. Minerva, 52(1), 119-140.
  3. Baneke, D. (2014). Uit de schaduw van Oort: De Nederlandse astronomische gemeenschap en het wetenschaps-management vanaf de jaren zeventig. BMGN - The Low Countries Historical Review, 129(1), 25-54.
  4. Blasjo, V. (2014). A Critique of the Arguments for Maragha Influence on Copernicus. Journal for the History of Astronomy, 45(2), 183–195.
  5. Dieks, D. (2014). The Logic of Identity: Distinguishability and Indistinguishability in Classical and Quantum Physics. Foundations of Physics, 44(12), 1302-1316.
  6. Dieks, D. (2014). Time in Special Relativity. In A. Ashtekar, & V. Petkov (Eds.), Springer Handbook of Spacetime (pp. 91-113). Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
  7. Dieks, D. (2014). Physics, Metaphysics and Mathematics. In: Galavotti, M., Dieks, D., Gonzalez, W., Hartmann, S., Uebel, T., Weber, M. (eds) New Directions in the Philosophy of Science. The Philosophy of Science in a European Perspective, vol 5. Springer, Cham.
  8. Dieks, D. (2014). Weak Discernibility and the Identity of Spacetime Points. In: Space and Time: A Priori and A Posteriori Studies, edited by Vincenzo Fano, Francesco Orilia, Giovanni Macchia. De Gruyter.
  9. van Gent, R. H. (2014). Sufi, Abd al-Rahman al-. In I. Kalin, S. Ayduz, & C. Dali (Eds.), The Oxford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Science, and Technology in Islam (Vol. 2, pp. 286-288). (Oxford Encyclopedias of Islamic Studies). Oxford University Press, USA.
  10. Muller, F.A. (2014), The Slaying of the iMongersStudies in the History and Philosophy of Moderns Physics, 48 p.52-55
  11. Muller, F.A. (2014), The Relativity of Simultaneity is Not a Temporal IllusionAnalysis, 74.2 p.232-233


  1. Dieks, D. (2013). Is There a Unique Physical Entropy? Micro Versus Macro. In: Andersen, H., Dieks, D., Gonzalez, W., Uebel, T., Wheeler, G. (eds) New Challenges to Philosophy of Science. The Philosophy of Science in a European Perspective, vol 4. Springer, Dordrecht.
  2. van Gent, R. H. (2013). No Evidence for an Early Seventeenth-Century Indian Sighting of Kepler's Supernova (SN1604). Astronomische Nachrichten, 334(3), 300-306.
  3. Zuidervaart, H. J., & van Gent, R. H. (2013). Between Rhetoric and Reality: Instrumental Practices at the Astronomical Observatory of the Amsterdam Society 'Felix Meritis', 1786-1889. Uitgeverij Verloren.


  1. Dieks, D. (2012). Time, space, spacetimeMetascience 21, 617–619 (2012).
  2. Dieks, D. (2012). The Physics and Metaphysics of Time. European Journal of Analytic PhilosophyVol. 8 No. 1, 103-119.
  3. Muller, F.A. (2012), Circular Discernment in Completely Extensive Structures and How to Avoid such Circles GenerallyStudia Logica
  4. Muller, F.A. (2012), Intentionality versus Constructive EmpiricismSynthese 76 p.91-100.


  1. Dieks, D., Lubberdink, A. (2011). How Classical Particles Emerge From the Quantum WorldFoundations of  Physics 41, 1051–1064.
  2. Dieks, D. (2011).  E. W. Beth as a philosopher of physicsSynthese 179, 271–284.
  3. Muller, F.A. (2011), Whithering Away, WeaklySynthese 180 p.223-233.
  4. Muller, F.A. (2011), How to Defeat Wuthrich's Abysmal Embarrassment Argument against Space-Time StructuralismPhilosophy of Science 7 p.1046-1057
  5. Uffink, Jos (2011). Subjective probability and statistical physics. In Claus Beisbart & Stephan Hartmann (eds.), Probabilities in Physics. Oxford University Press. pp. 25.
  6. Uffink, J. (2011). The Hanneke Janssen memorial prize paper 2010. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 42 (4):213-.
  7. Verbunt, F., & van Gent, R. H. (2011). Early Star Catalogues of the Southern Sky: De Houtman, Kepler (Second and Third Classes), and Halley. Astronomy and Astrophysics, 530, A93/1-A93/26. Article 93.
  8. Versteegh, M.A., Dieks, D. (2011). The Gibbs paradox and the distinguishability of identical particles. American Journal of Physics 79, 741–746.


  1. Barnas, M., & van Dongen, J. (2010). Het zwarte gat: De Gids. Uitgeverij Balans.
  2. Dieks, D. (2010).  Quantum Mechanics, Chane and Modality. Philosophica, volume 83, 117 – 137.
  3. Dieks, D. (2010). Are ‘Identical Quantum Particles’ Weakly Discernible Objects?. In: Suárez, M., Dorato, M., Rédei, M. (eds) EPSA Philosophical Issues in the Sciences. Springer, Dordrecht.
  4. Dieks, D. (2010). The Adolescence of Relativity: Einstein, Minkowski, and the Philosophy of Space and Time. In: Petkov, V. (eds) Minkowski Spacetime: A Hundred Years Later. Fundamental Theories of Physics, vol 165. Springer, Dordrecht.
  5. Dieks, D. (2010). Reichenbach and the Conventionality of Distant Simultaneity in Perspective. In: Stadler, F. (eds) The Present Situation in the Philosophy of Science. The Philosophy of Science in a European Perspective, vol 1. Springer, Dordrecht.
  6. Seevinck, Michiel P. & Uffink, Jos (2010). Not throwing out the baby with the bathwater: Bell's condition of local causality mathematically 'sharp and clean'. In Dennis Dieks, Wenceslao Gonzalo, Thomas Uebel, Stephan Hartmann & Marcel Weber (eds.), Explanation, Prediction, and Confirmation. Springer. pp. 425--450.
  7. Verbunt, F., & van Gent, R. H. (2010). The Star Catalogue of Hevelius: Machine-Readable Version and Comparison with the Modern Hipparcos Catalogue. Astronomy and Astrophysics, 516, A29/1-A29/22. Article 29.


  1. Baneke, D. M. (2009). Gouden Erepenning 2009, Teylers Stichting.
  2. Baneke, D. M. (2009). Groningen – Leiden – de Wereld. De succesvolle internationalisering van de Nederlandse astronomie. In L. J. Dorsman, & P. J. Knegtmans (Eds.), Over de grens. Internationale contacten aan Nederlandse universiteiten sedert 1876 (pp. 53-68). Uitgeverij Verloren.
  3. Brown, H. R. ; Myrvold, W. & Uffink, J (2009). Boltzmann's H-theorem, its discontents, and the birth of statistical mechanics. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 40 (2):174-191.
  4. van Dongen, J., Dieks, D., Uffink, J., & Kox, A. J. (2009). On the history of the quantum, Studies in History and Philosophy of Science. Elsevier.
  5. van Gent, R. H. (2009). Vier eeuwen de hemel geobserveerd en in kaart gebracht: Utrechtse collecties oude sterrenkundige drukken. In M. van Egmond, B. Jaski, & H. Mulder (Eds.), Bijzonder onderzoek: Een ontdekkingsreis door de Bijzondere Collecties van de Universiteitsbibliotheek Utrecht (pp. 162-167). Universiteitsbibliotheek Utrecht.
  6. van Gent, R. H., & van Egmond, M. (2009). Vier eeuwen hemelcartografie: Oude sterrenkaarten en -prenten nu op internet beschikbaar. Zenit, 36, 269-273.
  7. Muller, F.A. & Seevinck, M.P. (2009), Discerning Elementary ParticlesPhilosophy of Science 76 p.179-200
  8. Muller, F.A. (2009), The Insidiously Enchanted Forest (Review Essay of B.C. van Fraassen's Scientific Representation, OUP, 2008), Studies in the History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 40 p.268-272.


  1. Baneke, D. (2008). Newton.
  2. van Gent, R. H. (2008). De zon verduisterd over Europa. Geo-Info, 5, 110-111.
  3. Muller, F.A. (2008), In Defence of Constructive Empiricism: Metaphysics versus ScienceGeneral Journal for the Philosophy of Science 39 p.131-156
  4. Muller, F.A. & Saunders, S. (2008), Discerning FermionsBritish Journal Philosophy of Science 59 p.499-548
  5. Muller, F.A. & van Fraassen, B.C. (2008), How to talk about unobservablesAnalysis 68.3 p.197-205.
  6. Uffink, Jos ; Dieks, Dennis ; van Lith, Janneke & Sengers, Geurt (2008). In Memoriam Hanneke Janssen. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 39 (4):917-918.
  7. Uffink, Jos (2008). Boltzmann's work in statistical physics. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.


  1. van Gent, R. H., & van Helden, A. (2007). Lunar, Solar, and Planetary Representations to 1650. In D. A. Woodward (Ed.), The History of Cartography: Volume Three. Cartography in the European Renaissance (pp. 123-134). Univ. of Chicago Press.
  2. Lunteren, F. van. (2007). S.I. Rispens, Einstein in Nederland. Een intellectuele biografieBMGN - Low Countries Historical Review122(2), 306–308
  3. Lunteren, F.v. (2007). Van de Sande Bakhuyzen [Bakhuysen], Hendrik Gerard [Hendrikus Gerardus]. In: Hockey, T., et al. The Biographical Encyclopedia of Astronomers. Springer, New York, NY.
  4. Muller, F.A. (2007), Is Quantum Mechanics Technologically Inadequate?British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 58 p.595-604
  5. Muller, F.A. (2007), Inconsistency in Classical Electrodynamics?Philosophy of Science 74 p.253-277
  6. Muller, F.A. (2007), Conceptions of Simultaneity, Journal of Physics A40 12255.


  1. Dieks, D. (Ed.) (2006). The Ontology of Spacetime. Elsevier.
  2. Kormos Buchwald, D., & van Dongen, J. (2006). The Collected Papers of Albert Einstein, Volume 10: The Berlin Years. Correspondence May-December 1920 and Supplementary Correspondence 1909-1920. Princeton University Press.
  3. van Gent, R. H. (2006). Andreas Cellarius. Harmonia Macrocosmica of 1660: The Finest Atlas of the Heavens / Der prächtigste Himmelsatlas / L'atlas céleste le plus admirable. Taschen.
  4. van Gent, R. H. (2006). Het sterrenlied in het Hollandse zeevaartonderwijs: Berijmde instructies voor het vinden van de sterrenbeelden en het uur van de nacht. Gewina, 28, 208-221.
  5. Lunteren, F. van (2006), 'Beati Possidentes': The Royal Dutch Academy and the Standard Metre. In: Who needs Scientific Instruments, Editors: B. Grob & H. Hooijmaijers
  6. van Lunteren, F. H. (2006). Wissenschaft internationalisieren: Hendrik Antoon Lorentz, Paul Ehrenfest und ihre Arbeit für die internationale Wissenschafts-Community. In G. Kaiser, & A. Claussen (Eds.), Einstein und Europa – Dimensionen moderner Forschung (pp. 25-35).
  7. Uffink, Jos (2006). Three Concepts of Irreversibility and Three Versions of the Second Law. In Michael Stöltzner & Friedrich Stadler (eds.), Time and History: Proceedings of the 28. International Ludwig Wittgenstein Symposium, Kirchberg Am Wechsel, Austria 2005. De Gruyter. pp. 275-288.
  8. Uffink, Jos (2006). Insuperable difficulties: Einstein's statistical road to molecular physics. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 37 (1):36-70.


  1. Baneke, D. M. (2005). "Als bij toverslag”. De reorganisatie en nieuwe bloei van de Leidse Sterrewacht, 1918-1924. BMGN - The Low Countries Historical Review, 120(2), 207-225.
  2. Baneke, D. (2005). Laboratoriumlevens: vier biografieën van Nederlandse wetenschappers vergeleken. Academische boekengids, 52, 7-9.
  3. Baneke, D. M. (2005). "Synthese! Geef ons synthese!” H.J. Jordan en het intellectuele debat tijdens het Interbellum. Gewina, 28, 169-185
  4. Baneke, D. M. (2005). Toegepaste natuurwetenschap aan de universiteit – contradictie of noodzaak? In L. J. Dorsman, & P. J. Knegtmans (Eds.), Universitaire vormingsidealen. De Nederlandse universiteiten sedert 1876 (pp. 259-238). Uitgeverij Verloren.
  5. Dieks, D. (2005). Another look at general covariance and the equivalence of reference frames. Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics, 37(1), 174-191.
  6. van Gent, R. H. (2005). Cartography Credit. Sky and telescope, 109(5), 12.
  7. van Gent, R. H. (2005). Mapping the Lunar Shadow: The Earliest Solar Eclipse Maps. In A. D. Wittmann, G. Wolfschmidt, & H. W. Duerbeck (Eds.), Development of Solar Research / Entwicklung der Sonnenforschung: Proceedings of the Colloquium Freiburg (Breisgau), September 15, 2003 (pp. 103-127). (Acta Historica Astronomiae; Vol. 25). Verlag Harri Deutsch.
  8. van Gent, R. H. (2005). Observations of the 1761 and 1769 Transits of Venus from Batavia (Dutch East Indies). In D. W. Kurtz (Ed.), Transits of Venus: New Views of the Solar System and Galaxy. Proceedings of the 196th Colloquium of the International Astronomical Union held in Preston, Lancashire, United Kingdom, 7-11 June 2004 (pp. 67-73). (IAU Symposium and Colloquium Proceedings Series; Vol. 196). Cambridge Universtiy Press.
  9. Hilgevoord, Jan (2005), Time in quantum mechanics: a story of confusion, Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics, Volume 36, Issue 1, p.29-60
  10. Hilgevoord, Jan (2005), Erratum to “Time in quantum mechanics: A story of confusion”, Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics, Volume 36, Issue 2, p.413
  11. Lunteren, F. van (2005), Masters of theory: Cambridge and the rise of mathematical physics, Warwick Andrew, The University of Chicago Press, Chicago (2003), (572pp. +xiv, price US $29.00, £20.50, paperback), ISBN: 0-226-87375-7, Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics, 36(1): p.191-194
  12. Lunteren, F. H. van (2005). Buys Ballot en het KNMIZeeland14, 41-48.
  13. Muller, F.A. (2005), The Deep Black Sea: Observability and Modality AfloatBritish Journal for the Philosophy of Science 56 p.61-99
  14. Muller, F.A. (2005), De WaaAlgemeen Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Wijsbegeerte
  15. Uffink, Jos (2005). Compendium of the foundations of classical statistical physics. In Jeremy Butterfield & John Earman (eds.), Handbook of the Philosophy of Physics. Elsevier.
  16. Uffink, Jos (2005). Introduction. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 36 (2):219-223.


  1. Baneke, D. M. (2004). Hij kan toch moeilijk de sterren in de war schoppen”. De afwijzing van Pannekoek als adjunct-directeur van de Leidse Sterrewacht in 1919. Gewina, 27, 1-13.
  2. Baneke, D. (2004). review of: De rok van het universum. BMGN - The Low Countries Historical Review, 119(2), 277-279.
  3. Dieks, Dennis ; Uffink, Jos ; Lith, Janneke van & Lubberdink, Andrea (2004). Editorial. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 35 (2):141-142.
  4. van Gent, R. H. (2004). Assigning Quadrants. Sky and telescope, 107(4), 14.
  5. Lunteren, F. van (2004), Wetenschap voor het vaderland: J.D. van der Waals en de afdeling natuurkunde
  6. Muller, F.A. (2004), Review of Patrick Suppes' Representation and Invariance in Scientific StructuresStudies in the History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 35 (2004) 713-720
  7. Muller, F.A. (2004), Maxwell's Lonely WarStudies in the History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 35 p.109-119
  8. Muller, F.A. (2004), Can Constructive Empiricism Adopt the Concept of Observability?Philosophy of Science 71 (2004) 637-654
  9. Zuidervaart, H. J., & van Gent, R. (2004). "A Bare Outpost of Learned European Culture on the Edge of the Jungles of Java": Johan Maurits Mohr (1716-1775) and the Emergence of Instrumental and Institutional Science in Dutch Colonial Indonesia. Isis, 95(1), 1-33.


  1. Eigner, G. C., & van Lunteren, F. H. (2003). Fokkers "greep in de verte"; Nederlandse fysica en filosofie in het interbellumGewina: tijdschrift voor de geschiedenis der geneeskunde, natuurwetenschappen, wiskunde en techniek26, 1-21.
  2. van Gent, R. H. (2003). The Telescope and its Introduction in Japan. In Headwaters of Science and Technology in Pre-Modern Japan - Galileo, Leeuwenhoek, Ikkansai: 3rd International Symposium on Edo no Monozukuri, Nagahama Royal Hotel, November 7-10, 2003 (pp. 1-4). Yoshida Printing Co.
  3. Gingerich, O., & Van Helden, A. (2003). From OCCHIALE to Printed Page: The Making of Galileo’s Sidereus Nuncius. Journal for the History of Astronomy, 34(3), 251-267
  4. van Lunteren, F. H. (2003). Van Aristoteles tot Galilei: naar een nieuwe bewegingsleer. In M. Keestra (Ed.), Doorbraken in de natuurkunde (pp. 25-54).
  5. Muller, F.A. (2003), Refutability Revamped: How Quantum Mechanics Saves the Phenomena, Erkenntnis 56 p.189-211


  1. van Gent, R. (2002). The Astronomical and Astrological Content of the Prints. In H. F. J. Horstmanshoff, A. M. Luyendijk-Elshout, & F. G. Schlesinger (Eds.), The Four Seasons of Human Life: Four Anonymous Engravings from the Trent Collection (pp. 65-77 & 91-94). (Nieuwe Nederlandse Bijdragen tot de Geschiedenis der Geneeskunde en de Natuurwetenschappen (NNBGGN); No. 60), (Pantaleon Reeks; No. 32). Erasmus Publishers/Trent Collection Duke University.
  2. Van Helden, A. (2002). Essay Review: Moon Maps in History, Mapping and Naming the Moon: A History of Lunar Cartography and Nomenclature. Journal for the History of Astronomy, 33(3), 285-289
  3. Hilgevoord, Jan (2002), The standard deviation is not an adequate measure of quantum uncertaintyAm. J. Phys. 70 (10): 983. 
  4. Hilgevoord, Jan (2002), Time in quantum mechanicsAm. J. Phys. 1 March 2002; 70 (3): 301–306.
  5. Lunteren, F. van (2002), Nicolas Fatio de Duillier on the Mechanical Cause of Universal Gravitation
  6. Lunteren, F. van, Theunissen, B. & Vermij, R. (2002), De opmars van deskundigen: souffleurs van de samenleving, Amsterdam University Press
  7. Uffink, Jos (2002). Time and chance. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 33 (3):555-563


  1. Ackermann, S., & van Gent, R. H. (2001). La Meridiana di Sant'Agostino in Urbino / The Meridian Line of Sant'Agostino in Urbina. In F. Vetrano (Ed.), La Scienza del Ducato di Urbino / The Science of the Dukedom of Urbino (pp. 141-174). Accademia Raffaello.
  2. Brown, Harvey R. & Uffink, Jos (2001). The Origins of Time-Asymmetry in Thermodynamics: The Minus First Law. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 32 (4):525-538.
  3. van Lunteren, F. H. (2001). Galilei en de kerk. In Bronnenboek algemene natuurwetenschappen (pp. 1-34). Samson.
  4. van Lunteren, F. H. (2001). Nicolas Fatio de Duillier on the Mechanical Cause of Universal Gravitation. In M. Edwards (Ed.), Pushing Gravity (pp. 59-75). Apeiron
  5. Mac Gregor, M. Uffink, J. & Van Lith, J. (2001); Close-Packed, A. Unified Quantum Hall ; Realism, Interpretations Using Local: Volume 13, Number 5. Foundations of Physics 31 (1).
  6. Muller, F.A. (2001), De Quantisatie-Controverse, Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Natuurkunde 67
  7. Muller, F.A. (2001), Disunity in UnityErkenntnis 55 p.132-143
  8. Uffink, Jos (2001). Bluff Your Way in the Second Law of Thermodynamics. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 32 (3):305-394.


  1. van Gent, R. H. (2000). De hemelatlas van Andreas Cellarius: Het meesterwerk van een vergeten Hollandse kosmograaf. Caert-thresoor, 19(1), 9-25.
  2. van Gent, R. H. (2000). Planetoïde nr. 1: Ceres. In Sterrengids 2001 (2001 ed., pp. 121-123). Stichting 'De Koepel'.
  3. Lunteren, F. van (2000), 'Bosscha' s leerboek en Van der Waals' proefschrift: aantrekkende krachten in Den Haag


  1. van Gent, R. H., & van der Zalm, E. B. J. (1999). De dageraad van het nieuwe millennium. Zenit, 26(12), 508-512.
  2. van Gent, R. H. (1999). Gelap! De Nederlandse zonsverduisteringsexpedities 1901-1973. Zenit, 26(7/8), 319-323.
  3. van Helden, A. C., & van Gent, R. H. (1999). The Lens Production by Christiaan and Constantijn Huygens. Annals of Science, 56(1), 69-79.
  4. Muller, F.A. (1999), The Equivalence Myth of Quantum Mechanics (Addendum), Studies in the History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 30(4) p.534-545
  5. Muller, F.A. (1999), The Locality Scandal of Quantum Mechanics, invited contribution to proceedings of International Conference on Logic, Methodology, and Philosophy of Science, Florence, 1995, in Language, Quantum, Music , M. Dalla Chiara et al. (eds.), Dordrecht: Kluwer, 241-248
  6. Uffink, Jos & van Lith, Janneke (1999). Thermodynamic Uncertainty Relations. Foundations of Physics 29 (5):655-692.
  7. Uffink, Jos (1999). The principle of the common cause faces the Bernstein paradox. Philosophy of Science 66 (3):525.


  1. van Gent, R. H., & van der Spek, T. (1998). Groeten uit de kosmos. Buitenaards gevaar: feit of fictie? (Mededeling Museum Boerhaave; No. 276). Museum Boerhaave.
  2. Hilgevoord, J. (1998), The uncertainty principle for energy and time. IIAm. J. Phys. 66(5): 396–402.p.
  3. van Lunteren, F. H. (1998). Natuurkunde en democratieGewina: tijdschrift voor de geschiedenis der geneeskunde, natuurwetenschappen, wiskunde en techniek21, 100-103.


  1. van Lunteren, F. H. (1997). Newtons God en Newtons gravitatie. In L. T. G. Theunissen, & C. Hakfoort (Eds.), Newtons God en Mendels bastaarden: wetenschapsgeschiedenis in nieuwe banen (pp. 39-69).
  2. Muller, F.A. (1997), The Equivalence Myth of Quantum Mechanics—Part 1, Studies in the History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 28(1) p.35-61
  3. Muller, F.A. (1997), The Equivalence Myth of Quantum Mechanics—Part 2, Studies in the History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 28(2): p.29-247


  1. van Gent, R. H. (1996). Het raadsel van de Ster van Bethlehem: Oude en nieuwe sterrenkundige verklaringen. Zenit, 23(12), 510-514.
  2. van Gent, R. H. (1996). Nogmaals: De fresco's van Qusayr `Amra. Zenit, 23(11), 478.
  3. van Gent, R. H. (1996). Sirius en de Dogon. Skepter, 9(2), 15-20.
  4. Hilgevoord, J. (1996),  The uncertainty principle for energy and timeAm. J. Phys. 64(12): 1451–1456.
  5. Uffink, Jos (1996). The constraint rule of the maximum entropy principle. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 27 (1):47-79.
  6. Uffink, Jos (1996). Nought but molecules in motion. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 27 (3):373-387


  1. van Gent, R. H., & van Helden, A. C. (1995). De Huygenscollectie. (Mededeling Museum Boerhaave; No. 262). Museum Boerhaave.
  2. van Gent, R. H., & van Helden, A. C. (1995). Een vernuftig geleerde: De technische vondsten van Christiaan Huygens. (Mededelingen Museum Boerhaave; No. 263). Museum Boerhaave.
  3. van Gent, R. H. (1995). Van hemelkaarten en hemelglobes: De platte en gewelfde afbeelding van de hemel. Zenit, 22(7/8), 342-346.
  4. van Helden, A. C., & van Gent, R. H. (1995). The Huygens Collection. (Mededeling Museum Boerhaave; No. 264). Museum Boerhaave.
  5. van Lunteren, F. H. (1995). De doorbraak naar een nieuwe bewegingsleer: Galilei en de wetenschappelijke revolutie. In A. Klukhuhn (Ed.), In grote Lijnen. Natuurkundige theorieën (pp. 9-36).
  6. van Lunteren, F. H., & Palm, L. C. (Eds.) (1995). De natuurwetenschappen in Nederland in de negentiende eeuw. Studies voor Harry Snelders. Rodopi.
  7. van Lunteren, F. H. (1995). ‘Door meten tot weten’. De opkomst van de experimentele fysica aan de Nederlandse universiteiten in de 19de eeuw. In F. H. van Lunteren, & L. C. Palm (Eds.), De natuurwetenschappen in Nederland in de negentiende eeuw. Studies voor Harry Snelders (pp. 102-138). Rodopi.
  8. Muller, F.A. (1995), Fixing A HoleFoundations of Physics Letters 8 549-562
  9. Uffink, Jos (1995). Can the maximum entropy principle be explained as a consistency requirement? Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 26 (3):223-261.
  10. Weerdenburg, J. & van Lunteren, Frans & Hilgevoord, J. & Dieks, Dennis & Uffink, J.B.M. & Hoyng, P.. (1995). In grote lijnen: Natuurkundige theorieën. 


  1. van Gent, R. H. (1994). De hemel in de hand: Twee astrolaben van het Museum Boerhaave / The Portable Universe: Two Astrolabes of Museum Boerhaave. (Mededeling Museum Boerhaave; No. 259). Museum Boerhaave.
  2. van Lunteren, F. H. (1994). De natuurkunde en haar geschiedenisNederlands Tijdschrift voor Natuurkunde60, 67-70.
  3. van Lunteren, F. H. (1994). Newton weerlegd. Zwaartekracht op grote hoogte in de 18de eeuw. In NNV symposium ‘Foute fysica’ (pp. 5-11).
  4. Muller, F.A. (1994), Philosophy of Physics for PedestriansStudies in the History and Philosophy of Modern Science 25 505-509
  5. Muller, F.A. (1994), On Stochastic Einstein Locality in Algebraic Quantum Field TheoryInternational Journal of Theoretical Physics 33 (1994) 91-102
  6. Muller, F.A. (1994), Is Lorentz-covariant Quantum Field Theory Stochastic Einstein Local?Philosophy of Science 61 457-474


  1. van Gent, R. H. (1993). De Nederlandse Venusexpedities van 1874 en 1882. Zenit, 20, 332-337.
  2. van Gent, R. H. (1993). De nieuwe sterren van 1572, 1600 en 1604 op de hemelglobes van Willem Jansz Blaeu. Caert-thresoor, 12(2), 40-46.
  3. van Gent, R. H. (1993). De reizende astronoom: Nederlandse sterrenkundige expedities naar de Oost en de West. (Mededeling Museum Boerhaave; No. 256). Museum Boerhaave.
  4. van Gent, R. H., Heukelom, W., Martens, R., Mulder, K., Terpstra, B., & Smit, R. (1993). Hoe waar is astrologie? (AO Reeks; No. 2448). Stichting IVIO.
  5. van Gent, R. H. (1993). Isaac Newton and Astrology: Witness for the Defence or the Prosecution. Correlation: Journal of Research into Astrology, 12(1), 33-37.
  6. Klukhuhn, A. & Haakma, S. & Snelders, H.A.M. & Hakfoort, C. & van Lunteren, Frans & Visser, R.P.W. & Bern, S. & Groen, J.A.. (1993). De Eeuwwende 1900 (dl.2): Natuur- en Menswetenschappen. 
  7. Klukhuhn, A. & Snelders, H.A.M. & van Lunteren, Frans & Visser, R.P.W. & Vijselaar, J. (1992). De Eeuwwende 1800 (dl. 3): Natuurwetenschappen. 
  8. Lunteren, F. van (1993), Eighteenth-Century Conceptions of Gravitation. In: Petry, M.J. (eds) Hegel and Newtonianism. Archives Internationales D’Histoire Des Idées / International Archives of the History of Ideas, vol 136. Springer, Dordrecht
  9. van Lunteren, F. H. (1993). The conservation of force: the religious dimension of the 19th-century force debate. In F. Bevilacqua (Ed.), History of Physics in Europe in the 19th and 20th Centuries (pp. 141-148).
  10. van Lunteren, F. H. (1993). Van klassieke naar moderne natuurkunde. In A. Klukhuhn, & S. Haakma (Eds.), Eeuwwende 1900: natuur- en menswetenschappen (pp. 63-89).


  1. van Gent, R. H., & Leopold, J. H. (1992). De tijdmeters van de Leidse Sterrewacht. (Mededeling Museum Boerhaave; No. 255). Museum Boerhaave.
  2. van Gent, R. H. (1992). Ijdelheid en leegheid: Isaac Newton en de Astrologie. Skepter, 5(1), 24-25.
  3. van Gent, R. H., & Leopold, J. H. (1992). The Time-Keepers of Leiden Observatory. (Mededeling Museum Boerhaave; No. 256). Museum Boerhaave.
  4. van Lunteren, F. H. (1992). Het goddelijk gewicht van Newtons zwaartekracht: Gravitatie en de twijfels over ‘werking op afstand’Wetenschap en Samenleving, 15-21.
  5. van Lunteren, F. H. (1992). Romantische natuurfilosofie en natuurkunde. In A. Klukhuhn (Ed.), De Eeuwwende 1800, deel 3: Natuurwetenschappen (pp. 27-44).
  6. Muller, F.A. (1992), On the Principle of RelativityFoundations of Physics Letters 5 591-596


  1. van Gent, R. H. (1991). Conjunctions of Yore. Sky and telescope, 82(3), 230.
  2. Van Gent, R. H. (1991). Steady Shine. Nature, 349(6309), 470.
  3. Hilgevoord, Jan & Uffink, Jos (1991). Uncertainty in prediction and in inference. Foundations of Physics 21 (3):323-341.
  4. van Lunteren, F. H. (1991). Unifying physics in the late nineteenth century: the problem of gravitation. In J. Kaczéc (Ed.), Trends in Physics 1991: Proceedings of the 8th General Conference of the European Physical Society (pp. 958-968).


  1. van Gent, R. H. (1990). Look-alike Comets. Sky and telescope, 79, 470.
  2. Hilgevoord, J. & Uffink, J. (1990). A New View on the Uncertainty Principle, In: Miller, A.I. (eds) Sixty-Two Years of Uncertainty. NATO ASI Series, vol 226. Springer, Boston, MA. 


  1. Heintze, J. R. W., & van Gent, R. H. (1989). The Masses and Radii of the Components of U Cep. Space Science Reviews, 50(1/2), 261-263
  2. Hulspas, M. G. M., & van Gent, R. H. (1989). Vuur en ijs: 2. Katastrofisme versus uniformisme. Skepter, 2(1), 33-37.
  3. van Gent, R. H. (1989). A Photometric-Spectroscopic Analysis of the Algol-type Binary U CrB. Space Science Reviews, 50(1/2), 264-268.
  4. van Gent, R. H. (1989). Evidence for Transient Colour Changes of Algol in the Past. Space Science Reviews, 50(1/2), 372.
  5. van Gent, R. H. (1989). Lightcurves of the Algol-variable U CrB in the UPS Photometric System. Astronomy and Astrophysics Supplement Series, 77(3), 471-485.
  6. van Gent, R. H. (1989). Some Modifications to the Wilson-Devinney Program. Space Science Reviews, 50(1/2), 371.
  7. van Gent, R. H. (1989). Studies on Interacting Binaries. Krips Repro.
  8. van Gent, R. H. (1989). The Colour of Sirius. The Observatory, 109(1), 23-24.
  9. Hilgevoord, J., Uffink, J. (1989), Comment on “violation of Heisenberg's uncertainty relations....” by Z. Maric, K. Popper, and J.-P. Vigier. Found Phys Lett 2, 401
  10. Hilgevoord, J. & Uffink, J. (1989), Spacetime symmetries and the uncertainty principle, Nuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements6 p.246-248
  11. van Lunteren, F. H. (1989). Beslissen in het laboratoriumKennis en Methode13, 196-202.
  12. van Lunteren, F. H. (1989). Fysica en Fin-de-siècle cultuur. In Balans en Perspectief van de Nederlandse cultuurgeschiedenis, sectie wetenschapsgeschiedenis 3.3.4 (pp. 1-7).


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