Chemistry and Philosophy

Items posted:

 

·        “How Properties Hold Together in Substances” in Essays in Philosophy of Chemistry, edited by Eric Scerri and Grant Fisher: Oxford: Oxford University Press, (2016) pages 199-233.

 

·    <<Trois concepts de clôture chimique et leur signification épistémologique>>, par Joseph Earley, dans La chimie, cette inconnue? Jean-Pierre Llored, ed. (Dans la presse, a paraître aux Editions HERMANN: Paris, ~2016).

 

·         Three Concepts of Chemical Closure and their Epistemological Significance,” in Epistemology of Chemistry: roots, methods and concepts, edited by Jean-Pierre Llored, Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing (2013), pages 608-628.  http://philsci-archive.pitt.edu/id/eprint/5565.

 

·         “What has Philosophy to do with Chemistry?” in Epistemology of Chemistry: roots, methods and concepts, edited by Jean-Pierre Llored, Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing (2013), pages 587-591.

 

·         ”An invitation to chemical process philosophy in Epistemology of Chemistry: roots, methods and concepts, Cambridge Scholars Publishing: Newcastle-upon-Tyne (2013), edited by Jean-Pierre Llored, pages 529-539.

 

 

·         A New ‘Idea of Nature’ for Chemical Education,” in Science & Education, published online July, 2012. DOI 10.1007/s11191-012-9525-x.

 

·          “A neglected aspect of the puzzle of chemical structure: how history helps.” Foundations of Chemistry, 14(3), 235-244 (2012). DOI 10.007/s 19698-012-9146-0.

 

·         Review of By Parallel Reasoning: The Construction and Evaluation of Analogical Arguments by Paul Bartha, Oxford: Oxford University Press, The Philosophical Review, 123(3), pp. 451-457, 2012.

 

 

·         "How Philosophy of Mind Needs Philosophy of Chemistry."  A paper read at the 2007 Summer Symposium of the International Society for the Philosophy of Chemistry in San Francisco, and published  in: HYLE: International Journal for the Philosophy of Chemistry, Volume 14, No.1 (2008), pages 1-26. (see: http://www.hyle.org/journal/issues/14-1/earley.htm)

 

·          "How Chemistry Shifts Horizons: Element, Substance, and the Essential” by Joseph E. Earley, Sr., Foundations of Chemistry, 11, 65-77, 2009.

 

·         " Life in the Interstices: Systems Biology and Process Thought" by Joseph E. Earley, Sr, in Spyridonon Koutrofinis, ed, Biology and Process Philosophy, Frankfurt: Ontos Verlag, forthcoming.

 

·             "Ontologically Significant Aggregation: Process Structural Realism (PSR)" by Joseph E. Earley, Sr  in The Handbook of Whiteheadian Process Thought, Volume 2, 2008, Michel Weber and Will Desmond, eds, ed. Frankfurt: Ontos Verlag,  pages 179-191.

 

·             “Alchemy, Chymistry, and Process”, Hyle -International Journal for the Philosophy of Chemistry, 12(2) 241, 2006.

 

·             "Process Structural Realism, Instance Ontology, and Societal Order", by Joseph E. Earley, Sr. in "Whitehead's Process Philosophy: System and Adventure in Interdisciplinary Research. Discovering New Pathways." Franz Riffert and Hans-Joachim Sander, eds Berlin: Alber, 2008, 190-211.

 

·            “ Philosophical Influences on the Science of Ilya Prigogine"” by Joseph E. Earley, Sr. Foundations of Chemistry. 8, 271-283, 2006.

 

·            "Ilya Prigogine (1917-2003)," in A. Woody and R. Hendry, eds, Handbook of the Philosophy of Chemistry and Pharmacology, Amsterdam, Elsevier, forthcoming.

 

·           "Chemical ‘Substances’ that are not ‘Chemical Substances.’" by Joseph E. Earley, Sr, Philosophy of Science, 73 (5)  2006, 241-252.

 

·            "Why there is No Salt in the Sea", Joseph E. Earley, Sr., Foundations of Chemistry, 7, (85-102) 2005.

 

·           "Would Introductory Chemistry Courses Work Better with a New Philosophical Basis?" Joseph E. Earley, Sr. Foundations of Chemistry,  6: 137-160, 2004.

  

·             “On the Relevance of Repetition, Recurrence, and Reiteration."  Joseph E. Earley, Sr. Chemistry in the Philosophical Melting Pot, (Dia-Logos, volume 5) Danuta Sobczyńska, Pawel Kreidler, and Ewa Zielonaka-Lis, editors, Frankfurt am Main, Peter Lang Publishing Company, 2003, pp. 171-186.

   

·            "Constraints on the Origin of Coherence in Far-from-equilibrium Chemical Systems" in Physics and Whitehead: Quantum, Process and Experience, edited by Timothy E. Eastman and Henry Keeton. Albany; State University of New York Press, Chapter 6, (pages 63-73), 2003. 

 

·             "Varieties of Properties: An Alternative Distinction among Qualities." Joseph E. Earley, Sr. Chemical Explanation: Characteristics, Development, Autonomy,  Edited by Joseph E. Earley, Sr. Annals of the New York Academy of Science, 988, 80-89, 2003.

  

·              "How Dynamic Aggregates May Achieve Effective Integration." Joseph E. Earley, Sr.   Advances in Complex Systems, Vol 6., No. 1 (2003) 115-126."

 

·          "Report on the Sixth Summer Symposium of the International Society for the Philosophy of Chemistry (ISPC), Georgetown University, Washington, DC, USA,   August 4-8, 2002." By Joseph E. Earley, Sr. Hyle, The International Journal for the Philosophy of Chemistry, 8(2), 141-142, 2002.                  http://www.hyle.org/journal/issues/8-2/rep_earley.html

·         "Varieties of Chemical Closure." Joseph E. Earley, Sr. in Closure: Emergent Organizations and Their Dynamics, edited by Jerry L. R. Chandler and Gertrudis Van de Vijer, Volume 901, Pages 122-131, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 2000.

 

·         "Modes of Chemical Becoming", Joseph E. Earley, Hyle, The International Journal for the Philosophy of Chemistry 4(2),1998.                       Published electronically http://www.hyle.org/journal/issues/4/earley.htm

 

·          "Naturalism, Theism, and the Origin of Life". Earley, Joseph E. Sr. Process Studies, 27:3-4, 1998, 267-279

 

 

Updated on October 5, 2016 by J. E. E.