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Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science vol 5, pp. 304-26, 1969. Catalog says UMass has it but has no call number. Perhaps in repository?
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Dear Prof. Bittman:

The article is Hypotheses in Newton's Philosophy by I. Bernard Cohen, right?

We have almost all of the series Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, but not v. 5, unfortunately. V.s 1-4 were cataloged as a serial, and are in the bunker; v. 6 and subsequent volumes as a series, are cataloged separately, and are in the stacks, but I don't see any trace of v. 5/ You could borrow it through interlibrary loan, or go to books.google.com and enter "hypoteheses in newton's philosophy" (in quotes) to read the full text of the article online -- though pg. 26 is absent.

 

Please let me know if we can help further.

 

Liz Fitzpatrick
Reference Librarian

 

 

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