Baltic Association of the History and Philosophy of Science

Acta Baltica Historiae et Philosophiae Scientiarum
ABHPS Vol. 7, No. 1 (Spring 2019)

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Colin Jakob Rittberg. On the Contemporary Practice of Philosophy of Mathematics.
Francine F. Abeles. Charles L. Dodgson’s Work on Trigonometry.
George Englebretsen. The Logician and the Biologist.
Tom?ð Strémy, Gust?v Dianiðka, Ondrej Hamu??k, Luk?ð Turay. Contributions of Slovak Criminology to the Development of Restorative Justice.
Tanel Kerikmäe, David Ramiro Troiti?o, Olga Shumilo. An Idol or an Ideal? A Case Study of Estonian E-Governance: Public Perceptions, Myths and Misbeliefs.
Igor Tikhonov. G. F. Miller (Müller)—the First Archaeologist in Russia and the First Rector of Saint Petersburg University.
Liudmila Klymenko. The Leading Volodymyr Pidvysotskyi’s Scientific School of Pathophysiologists.
Anto Raukas. Dmitri Kvasov, the Forgotten Eminent Encyclopaedist, and Palaeolimnology.
Ülle Pärl. Models for: The Relational Constructivist Approach to Management Accounting and Control (MAC) Research.

Short Communications
Romualdas Juzefovièius.Studies of the Biographies of Inter-war Researchers in Modern Lithuanian Academic Literature.
Liubov Sukhoterina. The Role of Lev Shubnikov in the Development of Low-Temperature Physics and Technology in Ukraine.

Book Reviews
Takaharu Oda. What is Pragmatism in the Postnarrativist Philosophy of Historiography? Kuukkanen, Jouni-Matti (2015), Postnarrativist Philosophy of Historiography, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 239pp, ISBN 978-1-137-40986-7.
Kaija-Liisa Koovit. Engelbrecht, Jüri & Tammiksaar, Erki (2018), Eesti Teaduse 100 aastat. Sajaga tippteaduse kursil [Estonian science in a 100 years: Full speed ahead on the course of excellence in research], Tallinn: Eesti Meedia AS, 192pp, ISBN 978-9-949-60336-7.

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