English Articles of Hans Albert (see also Books)


(A40)  English in: Anthony Giddens (ed.), Positivism and Sociology, Heinemann, London 1974. 

(A42) Social Science and Moral Philosophy. A Critical Approach to the Value Problem in the Social Sciences, in: Mario Bunge (eds.), The Critical Approach to Science and Philosopy. Essays in Honor of Karl Popper, Glencoe/Illinois.

(A81) Law and State, Vol. 13, Tübingen 1976

(A92) Science and the Search for Truth. Critical Rationalism and the Methodology of Science, in: G. Radnitzky/G. Andersson (eds.), Progress and Rationality in Science, Dordrecht/ Holland 1978, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, R.S. Cohen/M. Wartofsky (eds.), Vol LVIII.

(A95) The Economic Tradition. Economics as a Research Programme for Theoretical Social Science, in: Karl Brunner (ed.), Economics and Social Institutions, Insights from the Conferences on Analysis and Ideology, Boston/The Hague/London 1979.

(A103) Transcendental Realism and Rational Heuristics: Critical Rationalism and the Problem of Method, in Gunnar Anderson (ed.), Rationality in Science and Politics, Reidel, Dordrecht 1984.

(A116) On Using Leibniz in Economics. Comment on Peter Koslowski, in: Peter Koslowski (ed.), Economics in Philosophy, Mohr, Tübingen 1985, p. 68-78.

(A125) Law as an Instrument of Rational Practice, in: Terence Daintith/ Günther Teubner (ed.), Contract and Organization. Legal Analysis in the Light of Economic and Social Theory, Berlin/New York 1986, de Gruyter, p. 25-51.

(A130) Is Socialism inevitable? Historical prophecy and the possibilities of reason in: Svetozar Pejovich (ed.), Socialism: institutional, philosophical and economical issues, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Boston, Lancaster 1987. 

(A134) Critical Rationalism. The Problem of Method in Social Sciences and Law, Ratio Juris Volume 1, Number 1, March 1988, p. 1-19.

(A136) Hermeneutics and Economics. A Criticism of Hermeneutical Thinking in the Social Sciences, Kyklos, Volume 41, Fasc. 4, 1988, S. 573-602.

(A136a) Reply to Lord Alford, Newsletter (Editor Fred Eidlin), Vol 3 (No 3 & 4), p. 13-14, July 1988. 

(A159) Some remarks on reasons in explaining human action, International Studies in the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 7 No.1, 1993, p. 25-27. 

(A166) Religion, Science, and the Myth of the Framework, in: I.C.Jarvie/ N.Laor (eds), Critical Rationalism, Metaphysics and Science. Essays for Joseph Agassi, Vol.I, Kluwer Acad.Publishers, p.41-58.

(A168) Commentary on Bernholz, in: Gerard Radnitzky/ Hardy Bouillon (eds), Values and the Social Order, Vol. I: Values and society, S.251-254, Avebury, Aldershot/ Brookfield USA/ Hong Kong/ Singapore/ Sidney

(A169) The Ideal of Liberty and the Problem of the Social Order, in:  Dino Fiorot (ed.), Ordino, Conflitto e Libertà nei Grandi Mutamenti del Nostro Tempo, G. Giappichelli Editore, Torino, p.1-30. 

(A179) The Conflict of Science and Religion: Religious Metaphysics and the Scientific World View as Alternatives, Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics (JITE), Vol.153 (1), 1997, p.216-234.

(A189) Science and the Social Order (A paper presented at the Center of the Study of Public Choice on 24th Sept. 1990 in Fairfx, VA)

(A202) Hans Albert, Critical Rationalism and Universal Hermeneutics, in Jeff Malpas, Ulrich Arnswald, Jens Kertscher (ed.), Gadamer's Century. Essays in Honor of Hans-Georg Gadamer (MIT Press, March 2002), p. 15-24.  

(A228)  Historiography as a Hypothetical-Deductive Science: A Criticism of Methodological Historism, in: Colin Cheyne/John Worrall (eds), Rationality and Reality. Conversations with Alan Musgrave, Springer, Dordrecht, p. 263-272.

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