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2013

Kalf, Wouter Floris (2013) Moral error theory: a cognitivist realist defence. PhD thesis, University of Leeds.

Pexton, Mark (2013) Non-causal explanation in science. PhD thesis, University of Leeds.

2012

Archetti, Emanuele (2012) Epistemic horizons in scientific inquiry and debate. PhD thesis, University of Leeds.

Bruton, Elizabeth Mary (2012) Beyond Marconi: the roles of the Admiralty, the Post Office, and the Institution of Electrical Engineers in the invention and development of wireless communication up to 1908. PhD thesis, University of Leeds.

Kastner, Christian (2012) The conditions of the possibility of philosophical interfaith dialogue: A theoretical and empirical exploration. PhD thesis, University of Leeds.

2005

Lloyd, Josephine Margaret (2005) The Casebooks of William Hey F. R. S. (1736-1819): An Analysis of a Provincial Surgical and Midwifery Practice. PhD thesis, University of Leeds.

2004

Sumner, James Brinton (2004) The metric tun : standardisation, quantification and industrialisation in the British brewing industry, 1760-1830. PhD thesis, University of Leeds.

2002

VanMarie, Edmund (2002) Re-presenting herbal medicine as phytotherapy: a strategy of professionalisation through the formation of a 'scientific' medicine. PhD thesis, University of Leeds.

1984

McClumpha, Beth (1984) Some aspects of the intellectual relations between Galileo and the Jesuits. PhD thesis, University of Leeds.

Shortland, Michael Anthony Philip (1984) The body in question : some perceptions, problems and perspectives of the body in relation to character, c. 1750-1850. PhD thesis, University of Leeds.

1981

Mallagh, Christopher (1981) Science, warfare and society in the Renaissance, with particular reference to fortification theory. PhD thesis, University of Leeds.

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