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Number of items: 13.

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Aylward, Alexander Matthew ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7551-9710 (2021) R. A. Fisher’s The Genetical Theory of Natural Selection: Origins, Publication, Reception, Legacies. PhD thesis, University of Leeds.

B

Bowen, Miriam Shamsy Jane (2021) Self-Referential Probability and Rationality. PhD thesis, University of Leeds.

Brehier-Stamatiadis, Alexios (2021) Grounds and Moral Laws. PhD thesis, University of Leeds.

Bruns, Andreas (2021) The Paradox of Deontology. PhD thesis, University of Leeds.

C

Carlyle, Arthur Gregory (2021) A structuralist approach to animalism. PhD thesis, University of Leeds.

Coleman, Clare Louise (2021) Plant Hybridity Before Mendelism: Diversity and Debate in British Botany, 1837-1899. PhD thesis, University of Leeds.

Colledge, Anthea June ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7638-2493 (2021) Grounding theology in experience: A theological and grounded theory exploration of the narratives of people with lived experience of altered moods and Christianity. PhD thesis, University of Leeds.

L

Lefkaditou, Angeliki (2021) Naturalizing the Nation: Physical Anthropology in Greece, 1880s–1950s. PhD thesis, University of Leeds.

M

Murphy-Young, Sarah Ingrid Margaret ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6130-242X (2021) Constructions of Trust, Credibility and Authority: Trade Associations, Advertising Standards and the Regulation of ‘Non-Ethical’ Medicines and Treatments, 1902 – 1971. PhD thesis, University of Leeds.

R

Rees, Mathieu Geraint (2021) Modalizing: A Function-Driven Approach. PhD thesis, University of Leeds.

Rowe, David Stephen (2021) Marketing Sexual Health in Britain: Visual and Commercial Lives of Infection, 1913-1996. PhD thesis, University of Leeds.

S

Scibilia, Vincenzo (2021) Delineating A- and B-Time: Against the Indistinguishability of the A- and B-Theories. MA by research thesis, University of Leeds.

T

Tailford, Cameron James (2021) Women and the wireless: British women’s developing roles and representations in the interwar electronics industry. PhD thesis, University of Leeds.

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