électromagnétisme

[1928] The Foundation of Electromagnetism (1820) ; George Sarton ; John Christian Oersted ; ISIS 10 (1928) p. 435 [lien]
[1932] The Relation between Pure and Applied Electrical Theory: With Special Reference to Mathematical Methods ; G. Windred ; ISIS 18 (1932) p. 184 [lien]
[1932] Early Developments in Electromagnetic Theory: With Two Unpublished Letters by André Marie Ampère ; Ernst Adolph Guillemin ; ISIS 18 (1932) p. 118 [lien]
[1953] Persistent Errors regarding Oersted's Discovery of Electromagnetism ; R. C. Stauffer ; ISIS 44 (1953) p. 307 [lien]
[1957] Speculation and Experiment in the Background of Oersted's Discovery of Electromagnetism ; Robert C. Stauffer ; ISIS 48 (1957) p. 33 [lien]
[1962] Action at a Distance in Nineteenth Century Electrodynamics ; A. E. Woodruff ; ISIS 53 (1962) p. 439 [lien]
[1966] Maxwell and the Direct Experimental Test of His Electromagnetic Theory ; Thomas K. Simpson ; ISIS 57 (1966) p. 411 [lien]
[1967] Maxwell and the Vector Potential ; Alfred M. Bork ; ISIS 58 (1967) p. 210 [lien]
[1970] Some observations on Maxwell's treatise on electricity and magnetism: On the role of the ‘dynamical theory of the electromagnetic field’ in part IV of the treatise ; Thomas K. Simpson ; Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A 1 (1970) p. 249 [lien]
[1970] H. A. Lorentz and the Electromagnetic View of Nature ; Russell McCormmach ; ISIS 61 (1970) p. 459 [lien]
[1971] Maxwell, Hertz, and the Nature of Electricity ; P. M. Heimann ; ISIS 62 (1971) p. 149 [lien]
[1973] The Limitations of Maxwell's Electromagnetic Theory ; A. F. Chalmers ; ISIS 64 (1973) p. 469 [lien]
[1973] Maxwell's methodology and his application of it to electromagnetism ; A.F. Chalmers ; Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A 4 (1973) p. 107 [lien]
[1975] The reception in the Netherlands of the discoveries of electromagnetism and electrodynamics (1820–1822) ; H.A.M. Snelders ; Annals of Science 32 (1975) p. 39 [lien]
[1975] Completeness as a Goal in Maxwell's Electromagnetic Theory ; Daniel M. Siegel ; ISIS 66 (1975) p. 361 [lien]
[1975] Origins and Consolidation of Field Theory in Nineteenth-Century Britain: From the Mechanical to the Electromagnetic View of Nature ; Barbara Giusti Doran ; Historical Studies in the Physical Sciences 6 (1975) p. 133 [lien]
[1980] Electromagnetism using bivectors ; B. Jancewicz ; European Journal of Physics 1 (1980) p. 179 [lien]
[1982] Electrodynamics in a universe with two space dimensions ; I. Richard Lapidus ; American Journal of Physics 50 (fev 1982) p. 155 [lien]
[1983] What Were Ampere's Earliest Discoveries in Electrodynamics? ; L. Pearce Williams ; ISIS 74 (1983) p. 492 [lien]
[1983] "Practice vs. Theory": The British Electrical Debate, 1888-1891 ; Bruce J. Hunt ; ISIS 74 (1983) p. 341 [lien]
[1984] The electromagnetic experiments of the Utrecht physicist Gerrit Moll (1785–1838) ; H.A.M. Snelders ; Annals of Science 41 (1984) p. 35 [lien]
[1986] The heuristic role of Maxwell's mechanical model of electromagnetic phenomena ; Alan F. Chalmers ; Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A 17 (1986) p. 415 [lien]
[1987] Whatever happened to Maxwell? ; C. Gregory Hood ; American Journal of Physics 55 (jul 1987) p. 616 [lien]
[1990] De la philosophie à l'électromagnétisme : le cas Œrsted ; Pierre Thuillier ; La Recherche 219 (mar 1990) p. 344 [lien]
[1992] A study in theory unification: The case of Maxwell's electromagnetic theory ; Margaret Morrison ; Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A 23 (1992) p. 103 [lien]
[2000] On the Difficulties of the Transition from Maxwell's and Hertz's Pure-Field Theories to Lorentz's Electron ; Salvo D'Agostino ; Physics in Perspective 2 (2000) p. 398 [lien]
[2001] Maxwell, Mechanism, and the Nature of Electricity ; Alan Chalmers ; Physics in Perspective 3 (2001) p. 425 [lien]
[2002] La construction de l'édifice théorique ; Franck Achard ; Cahiers de Science et Vie 67 (2002) p. 64 [lien]
[2002] Lectures sous influences ; Norton Wise ; Cahiers de Science et Vie 67 (2002) p. 54 [lien]
[2004] Quantum theory and the electromagnetic world-view ; Suman Seth ; Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences 35 (2004) p. 67 [lien]
[2005] Reconsidering the Fresnel–Maxwell theory shift: how the realist can have her cake and EAT it too ; Juha Saatsi ; Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A 36 (2005) p. 509 [lien]
[2005] On “the electromagnetic world-view”: A comment on an article by Suman Seth ; Shaul Katzir ; Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences 36 (2005) p. 189 [lien]
[2005] Response to Shaul Katzir: “On the electromagnetic world-view” ; Suman Seth ; Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences 36 (2005) p. 193 [lien]
[2006] Symmetry and asymmetry in electrodynamics from Rowland to Einstein ; Giora Hon ; Bernard R. Goldstein ; Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B 37 (2006) p. 635 [lien]
[2009] De l'électromagnétisme à la mécanique : Le rôle de l'action dans le "Mémoire" de Poincaré de 1905 ; Christian Bracco ; Jean-Pierre Provost ; Revue d'histoire des sciences 62 (2009) p. 457 [lien]
[2011] The uses of analogy: James Clerk Maxwell's ‘On Faraday's lines of force’ and early Victorian analogical argument ; Kevin Lambert ; The British Journal for the History of Science 44 (2011) p. 61 [lien]