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Mario Bunge (1919 - ) English language publications.

Although the following bibliography is


exhaustive, it is not complete – numerous
encyclopedia, notes, and other such entries are
omitted.

For historical reasons, the bibliography


includes Bunge’s first two Spanish
publications, appearing when he was aged 24
and 25, as these are fitting harbingers of his
life’s work.

A bibliography (to 2013) of Bunge’s publications in Spanish, and other languages, along with
English, approximately equal number to the English below, can be found in an appendix to:

Guillermo M. Denegri (ed.) Ensayos en Homenaje a Mario Bunge en su 95° Aniversario, Eudeba,
Universidad de Buenos Aires, 2014.

The Denegri bibliography lists 532 articles and 145 books, they include translations of original-
language publications.

A bibliography of Bunge’s books (81) and articles (366), across all languages for the years 1939-
1989 is in:

David Blitz: 1990, ‘Bibliography’. In P. Weingartner & G.J.W. Dorn (eds.) Studies on Mario
Bunge’s Treatise, Rodopi, Amsterdam, pp. 685-709.

A bibliography of Bunge’s publications in all languages, books (150) and articles (537) is
maintained by Marc Silberstein, Editions Matériologiques, Paris.

Please sent corrections and additions to: Michael R. Matthews, UNSW, m.matthews@unsw.edu.au

Bunge, M.: 1943, Temas de educación popular, El Ateneo, Buenos Aires.

Bunge, M.: 1944, ‘Auge y fracaso de la filosofía de la naturaleza’, Minerva 1, 212-235.

Bunge, M.: 1944, ‘A New Representation of Types of Nuclear Forces’, Physical Review 65, 249.

Bunge, M.: 1945, ‘Neutron-Proton Scattering at 8.8 and 13 MeV’, Nature 156, 301.

Bunge, M.: 1951, ‘What is Chance?’ Science and Society 15, 209-231.

Bunge, M.: 1954. ‘New dialogues between Hylas and Philonous’, Philosophy and
Phenomenological Research 15, 192-199.
Bunge, M.: 1955a, ‘Strife About Complementarity’, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science
6, 1-12; 141-154.

Bunge, M.: 1955b, ‘The Philosophy of the Space-Time Approach to the Quantum Theory’,
Methodos 7, 295-308.

Bunge, M.: 1955c, ‘A picture of the electron’, Nuovo Cimento, ser. X, 1, 977-985.

Bunge, M.: 1956a, ‘Survey of the Interpretations of Quantum Mechanics’, American Journal of
Physics 24, 272-286.

Bunge, M.: 1956b, ‘Do computers think?’ British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 7: 139-
148; 7: 212-219.

Bunge, M.: 1957, ‘Lagrangian formulation and mechanical interpretation’, American Journal of
Physics 25: 211-218.

Bunge, M.: 1959, Causality: The Place of the Causal Principle in Modern Science, Harvard
University Press, Cambridge. Third Revised Edition, Dover Publications, New York, 1979.

Bunge, M.: 1959, Metascientific Queries, Charles C. Thomas Publisher, Springfield, IL.

Bunge, M.: 1960a, Cinemática del electron relativista, Universidad Nacional de Tucumán,
Tucumán.

Bunge, M.: 1960b, On the connections among Levels. Proceedings of the XIIth International
Congress of Philosophy VI: Firenze: Sansoni, 63-70.

Bunge, M.: 1960c, ‘The place of induction in science’, Philosophy of Science 27, 262-270.

Bunge, M.: 1961a, ‘The weight of simplicity in the construction and assaying of scientific theories’,
Philosophy of Science 28, 129-149.

Bunge, M.: 1961b, ‘Kinds and criteria of scientific law’, Philosophy of Science 28, 260-281.

Bunge, M.: 1961c, ‘Causality, chance and law’, American Scientist 49: 432-448.

Bunge, M.: 1961d, ‘Ethics as a science’, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, XX, 139-
152.

Bunge, M.: 1961e, ‘Analyticity Redefined’, Mind 70: 239-245.

Bunge, M.: 1961f, ‘The Complexity of Simplicity’, Journal of Philosophy LIX, 113-135.

Bunge, M.: 1962a, Intuition and Science, Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ.

Bunge, M.: 1962b, ‘Cosmology and magic’. The Monist 47(1), 116-141.

Bunge, M.: 1962c, ‘The complexity of simplicity’, Journal of Philosophy LIX, 113-135.

Bunge, M.: 1962d, ‘Causality: A rejoinder’, Philosophy of Science 29, 306-3l7.

Bunge, M.: 1963a, The Myth of Simplicity, Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ

Bunge, M.: 1963b, ‘A general black box theory’, Philosophy of Science 30, 346-358.
Bunge, M. (ed.): 1964a, The Critical Approach: Essays in Honour of Karl Popper, Free Press,
Glencoe.

Bunge, M.: 1964b. ‘Phenomenological theories’. In M. Bunge, ed., The Critical Approach,
Glencoe, Ill.: Free Press, pp. 234-254.

Bunge, M.: 1965, ‘Physics and Reality’, Dialectica 19: 195-222.

Bunge, M.: 1966a, ‘Mach’s Critique of Newtonian Mechanics’, The American Journal of Physics
34, 585-596. Reproduced in J. Blackmore (ed.), Ernst Mach – A Deeper Look, Kluwer
Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, (1992), pp. 243-261.

Bunge, M.: 1966b, ‘Technology as Applied Science’, Technology and Culture 7, 329-347.

Bunge, M. (ed.): 1967a, Delaware Seminar in the Foundations of Physics, Springer, New York.

Bunge, M.: 1967b, Foundations of Physics, Springer, New York.

Bunge, M.: 1967c/1998, Scientific Research 1, The Search for System, Transaction Publishers, New
Brunswick.

Bunge, M.: 1967d, Scientific Research 2, The Search for Truth, Springer, New York.

Bunge, M.: 1967e, ‘Analogy in Quantum Mechanics: From Insight to Nonsense’, The British
Journal for Philosophy of Science 18, 265-286.

Bunge, M. (ed.): 1967f. Quantum Theory and Reality, Berlin-Heidelberg-New York: Springer-
Verlag.

Bunge, M.: 1967g. ‘A ghost free axiomatization of quantum mechanics’. In M. Bunge (ed.)
Quantum Theory and Reality, Berlin-Heidelberg-New York: Springer-Verlag, pp. 105-117

Bunge, M.: 1967h, Physical axiomatics. Reviews of Modern Physics 39: 463-474.

Bunge, M.: 1967i, ‘The Structure and Content of Physical Theory’. In M. Bunge (ed.) Delaware
Seminar in the Foundations of Physics, Springer-Verlag, New York, pp. 15-27.

Bunge, M.: 1968a. ‘Physical time: the objective and relational theory’, Philosophy of Science 35:
355-388.

Bunge, M.: 1968b. ‘The maturation of science’. In I. Lakatos & A. Musgrave, eds., Problems in the
Philosophy of Science, Amsterdam: North Holland, pp.120-137

Bunge, M.: 1968c, ‘The nature of science’. In R. Klibansky (ed.), Contemporary Philosophy II,
Florence: La Nuova Italia Editrice, pp. 3-15.

Bunge, M.: 1968d, ‘Scientific laws and rules’. In R. Klibansky (ed.), Contemporary Philosophy II,.
Florence: La Nuova Italia Editrice, pp. 128-140.

Bunge, M.: 1968e, ‘Conjunction, succession, determination, and causation’, International Journal
of Theoretical Physics 1, 299-315.

Bunge, M.: 1968e, ‘Philosophy and physics’. In R. Klibanksy, (ed.) Contemporary Philosophy II,
Florence: La Nuova Italia Editrice, pp. 167-199.
Bunge, M.: 1968e, ‘Problems and Games in the Current Philosophy of Science’, Proceedings of the
XIVth International Congress of Philosophy I , Wien: Herder, 623-629.

Bunge, M.: 1968f, ‘Theory of Partial Truth: Not proved inconsistent (L)’, Philosophy and
Phenomenological Research 29, 297-298.

Bunge, M.: 1968g, ‘On Mach’s non-concept of mass’, American Journal of Physics, 36, 167.

Bunge, M.: 1969a, ‘The metaphysics, epistemology and methodology of levels’. In L. L. Whyte, A.
G. Wilson, and D. Wilson, (eds.), Hierarchical Levels, , New York: American Elsevier, pp.
17-28.

Bunge, M.: 1969b, ‘Analogy, simulation, representation’, Revue internationale de philosophie 23:
16-33.

Bunge, M.: 1969c, ‘What are physical theories about?’ In N. Rescher (ed.), Studies in the
Philosophy of Science: American Philosophical Quarterly Monograph N° 3: 61-99.

Bunge, M.: 1969d, ‘Corrections to Foundations of Physics: Correct and Incorrect’, Synthese 19,
443-452.

Bunge, M. & Kálnay: 1969e, ‘A covariant position operator for the relativistic electron’, Progress
of Theoretical Physics 42, 1445-1459.

Bunge, M.: 1970a, ‘The arrow of time’, International Journal of Theoretical Physics 3: 77-78.

Bunge, M.: 1970b, ‘The so-called fourth indeterminancy relation’, Canadian Journal of Physics 48:
1410-1411.

Bunge, M.: 1970c, ‘Virtual processes and virtual particles: real or fictitious?’, International Journal
of Theoretical Physics 3: 507-508.

Bunge, M.: 1970d, ‘Theory Meets Experience’. In Howard, Kiefer and Milton, Munitz (eds.)
Contemporary Philosophic Thought. (Vol. II), Albany: State University of New York Press,
pp. 138-165.

Bunge, M.: 1970e, ‘Time asymmetry, time reversal and irreversability’, Studium Generale 23, 562-
570.

Bunge, M.: 1970f, ‘Problems concerning intertheory relations’. In P. Weingartner & G. Zecha
(eds.), Induction, Physics and Ethics, Reidel, Dordrecht, pp.285-315.

Bunge, M.: 1971a, ‘Is scientific metaphysics possible?’, Journal of Philosophy 68: 507-520.

Bunge, M. (ed.): 1971b, Problems in the Foundations of Physics, Springer, New York.

Bunge, M.: 1971c, ‘A philosophical obstacle to the rise of new theories in microphysics’. In E.
W. Bastin (ed.), Quantum Theory and Beyond, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,
pp. 263-273.

Bunge, M.: 1971d, ‘A new look at definite descriptions’, Philosophy of Science (Japan) 4: 131-
146.

Bunge, M.: 1971e, ‘On method in the philosophy of science’, Archives de philosophie 34: 551-
574.
Bunge, M.: 1972 ‘A program for the semantics of science’, Journal of Philosophical Logic 1:
317-328.

Bunge, M.: 1973a, The Philosophy of Physics, Reidel, Dordrecht.

Bunge, M.: 1973b. A decision theoretic model of the American war in Vietnam. Theory and
Decision 3: 328-338.

Bunge, M.: 1973c, Method, Model and Matter, Reidel, Dordrecht.

Bunge, M.: 1973d. ‘On confusing 'measurement' with 'measure' in the methodology of the
behavioral sciences’. In M. Bunge, ed. Exact Philosophy, Dordrecht: Reidel, pp. 105-122.

Bunge, M.: 1973e, ‘The role of forecast in planning’, Theory and Decision 3: 207-221.

Bunge, M. (ed.): 1973e, Exact Philosophy: Problems, Tools & Goals, Reidel, Dordrecht.

Bunge, M.: 1974a, Treatise on Basic Philosophy. Vol.1, Sense and Reference, Reidel, Dordrecht.

Bunge, M.: 1974b, Treatise on Basic Philosophy. Vol.2, Interpretation and Truth, Reidel,
Dordrecht.

Bunge, M.: 1974c, ‘The concept of social structure’. In W. Leinfellner & W. Köhler, eds.,
Developments in the Methodology of Social Science, Dordrecht, Boston: Reidel, pp. 175-
215.

Bunge, M.: 1974d, ‘The relations of logic and semantics to ontology’, Journal of Philosophical
Logic 3: 195-210.

Bunge, M.: 1974e, ‘Things’, International Journal of General Systems I, 229-236.

Bunge, M.: 1975a, ‘What is a quality of life indicator?’, Social Indicators Research 2: 65-80.

Bunge, M.: 1975b, ‘A Critical Examination of Dialectics’. In Chaim, Perelman (ed.) Dialectics /
Dialectique, The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, pp. 63-77.

Bunge, M.: 1975c, ‘Meaning in Science’, Poznan Studies in the Philosophy of the Sciences and
Humanities 1: 56-64.

Bunge, M.: 1976a, ‘The relevance of philosophy to social science’. In W. Shea, (ed.), Basic Issues
in the Philosophy of Science, pp. 136-155. New York: Neale Watson.

Bunge, M.: 1976b, ‘Possibility and probability’. In W. Harper and C. Hooker, (eds.), Foundations
of Probability Theory, Statistical Inference, and Statistical Theories of Science, Vol. III,
Dordrecht-Boston: Reidel, pp.17-33.

Bunge, M.: 1976c, ‘Is science value-free and morally neutral?’ Philosophy and Social Action II, N°
4, pp. 5-18.

Bunge, M.: 1976d, ‘A model for processes combining competition with cooperation’, Applied
Mathematical Modelling 1: 21-23.

Bunge, M.: 1977a, Treatise on Basic Philosophy. Vol.3, The Furniture of the World, Reidel,
Dordrecht.
Bunge, M.: 1977b, ‘The Interpretation of Heisenberg’s Inequalities’. In H. Pfeiffer (ed.) Denken
und Umdenken: zu Werk und Wirkung von Werner Heisenberg, Piper, Munich, pp.146-156.

Bunge, M.: 1977c, ‘The Philosophical Richness of Technology’. In F. Suppe & P.D. Asquith
(eds.), PSA 2, pp.153-172.

Bunge, M.: 1977d, ‘Levels and Reduction’, American Journal of Physiology 2, 75-82.

Bunge, M.: 1977e, ‘Emergence and the Mind’, Neuroscience 2, 501-509.

Bunge, M.: 1977f, ‘States and events’. In William Hartnett (ed.), Systems: Approaches, Theories
and Applications, Boston and Dordrecht: Reidel, pp. 71-95.

Bunge, M.: 1977g, ‘Quantum mechanics and measurement’, International Journal of Quantum
Chemistry 12, Suppl. 1: 1-13.

Bunge, M.: 1977h, ‘The GST challenge to classical philosophies of science’, International Journal
of General Systems 4, 329-376.

Bunge, M.: 1977i, ‘A Theory of Properties and Kinds’, International Journal of General Systems
3: 183-190.

Bunge, M.: 1977j, ‘General Systems and Holism’, General Systems 12, 87-90.

Bunge, M. & A.A. Máynez: 1977j, ‘A relational theory of physical space’, International Journal of
Theoretical Physics, 15, 961-972.

Bunge, M. & Rodolfo Llinás: 1978a, ‘Restricted applicability of the concept of command in the
neurosciences: dangers of metaphors’, The Behavioral and Brain Sciences 1: 3-31.

Bunge, M.: 1978b, ‘A model of evolution’, Applied Mathematical Modelling 2: 201-204.

Bunge, M.: 1978c, ‘The limits of science’, Epistemología 1: 11-32.

Bunge, M.: 1979a, Treatise on Basic Philosophy. Vol.4, A World of Systems, Reidel, Dordrecht.

Bunge, M.: 1979b, ‘A systems concept of society: beyond individualism and holism’, Theory and
Decision 10: 13-30.

Bunge, M.: 1979c, ‘Philosophical inputs and outputs of technology’. In G. Bugliarello and D. B.
Donner, eds., The History and Philosophy of Technology, Urbana Ill.: University of Illinois
Press, pp. 262-281.

Bunge, M.: 1979d, Causality in Modern Science. 3rd edition. New York, Dover Publications.

Bunge, M.: 1979e, ‘The Einstein-Bohr debate over quantum mechanics: Who was right about
what?’ Lecture Notes in Physics 100: 204-219.

Bunge, M.: 1979f, ‘Some topical problems in biophilosophy’, Journal of Social and Biological
Structures 2: 155-172.89-108.

Bunge, M.: 1979g, ‘The Psychoneural identity theory’. In D. Bindra (ed.) The Brain’s Mind,
Gardner Press, New York, pp.
Bunge, M.: 1979h, ‘The mind-body problem in an evolutionary perspective’, Brain and Mind, 69,
53-63.

Bunge, M.: 1979i, ‘The bankruptcy of psychoneural dualism’, Filosofskie Nauki 2, 77-87.

Bunge, M.: 1980a, The Mind-Body Problem, Pergamon Press, Oxford.

Bunge, M.: 1980b, ‘From neuron to behavior and mentation: an exercise in levelmanship. In H. M.
Pinsker and W. D. Williams, (eds.), Information Processing in the Nervous System, New
York: Raven Press, pp.1-16

Bunge, M.: 1980c, ‘Introduction’. Dalbir Bindra (ed.), The Brain’s Mind, New York: Gardner
Press, pp. 1-5.

Bunge, M.: 1980d, ‘Technoethics’. In M. Kranzberg (ed.) Ethics in an Age of Pervasive


Technology, Westview Press, Boulder, CO., pp.139-142.

Bunge, M. & M. García-Sucre: 1980e, ‘The geometry of a quantal system’, International Journal.
of Quantum Chemistry 19: 83-93.

Bunge, M.: 1981a, Scientific Materialism, Reidel, Dordrecht.

Bunge, M.: 1981b, ‘From mindless neuroscience and brainless psychology to neuropsychology’.
Annals of Theoretical Psychology 3: 115-133.

Bunge, M.: 1981c, ‘Systems all the way’, Nature and System 3: 37-47.

Bunge, M.: 1981d, ‘Development indicators’, Social Indicators Research 9: 369-385.

Bunge, M.: 1981e, ‘Biopopulations, not biospecies, are individuals and evolve’, The Behavioral
and Brain Sciences 4: 284-285.

Bunge, M.: 1981f, ‘Four concepts of probability’, Applied Mathematical Modelling 5: 306-312.

Bunge, M.: 1981g, ‘Conceptual Existence’. In P. Cohn (ed.), Transparencies: Philosophical Essays
in Honor of J. Ferrater Mora, Humanities Press, Atlantic Heights, NJ., pp.5-14.

Bunge, M.: 1982, ‘The revival of causality’. In G. Floistad (ed.), Contemporary Philosophy Vol. 2,
The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, pp. 133-155. Reproduced in Martin Mahner (ed.) Selected
Essays of Mario Bunge, (2001), Prometheus Books, Amherst, pp.57-74.

Bunge, M.: 1983a, Treatise on Basic Philosophy. Vol.5, Exploring the World, Reidel, Dordrecht.

Bunge, M.: 1983b, Treatise on Basic Philosophy. Vol.6, Understanding the World, Reidel,
Dordrecht.

Bunge, M.: 1983c, ‘Demarcating science from pseudoscience’, Fundamenta Scientiae 3: 369-388.

Bunge, M. & A. J. Kálnay: 1983, ‘Solution to two paradoxes in the quantum theory of unstable
systems’, Nuovo Cimento B 77: 1-9.

Bunge, M. & A. J. Kálnay: 1983, ‘Real successive measurements on unstable quantum systems take
nonvanishing time intervals and do not prevent them from decaying’, Nuovo Cimento B 77:
10-18.
Bunge, M.: 1984a, ‘Hidden variables, separability, and realism’, Revista Brasileira de Física,
special volume in homage of Mário Schenberg, 150-168.

Bunge, M.: 1984b, ‘Philosophical Problems in Linguistics’, Erkenntnis 21, 107-173.

Bunge, M.: 1984c, ‘What is pseudoscience?’, The Skeptical Inquirer IX, N° 1: 36-46.

Bunge, M.: 1985a, Treatise on Basic Philosophy. Vol.7, Philosophy of Science and Technology Part
1, Reidel, Dordrecht.

Bunge, M.: 1985b, Treatise on Basic Philosophy. Vol.7, Philosophy of Science and Technology
Part 2, Reidel, Dordrecht.

Bunge, M.: 1985c, ‘From mindless neuroscience and brainless psychology to neuropsychology’,
Annals of Theoretical Psychology 3: 115-133.

Bunge, M.: 1985d, ‘On research strategies in psychology. Reply to commentators’, Annals of
Theoretical Psychology 3: 151-156.

Bunge, M.: 1985e, ‘Types of psychological explanation’. In J. McGough (ed.), Contemporary


Psychology: Biological Processes and Theoretical Issues, Amsterdam: North Holland, pp.
489-501.

Bunge, M.: 1986a, ‘A philosopher looks at the current debate on language acquisition.’ In I. Gopnik
& M. Gopnik, eds., From Models to Modules, Norwood, N.J.: Ablex Publs. Co. pp. 229-
239.

Bunge, M.: 1986b. Philosophical Problems in Linguistics, Seishin-Shobo, Tokyo:.

Bunge, M.: 1986c, ‘Science, technology and ideology in the Hispanic World’, Free Inquiry 6(3):
36-49.

Bunge, M.: 1986d, ‘In defence of realism and scientism’, Annals of Theoretical Psychology, 4, 23-
26.

Bunge, M.: 1987a, ‘Ten philosophies of mind in search of a scientific sponsor’, Proceedings of the
11th International Wittgenstein Symposium. Wien: Hölder-Pichler-Tempsky, pp. 285-293

Bunge, M.: 1987b. ‘Two controversies in evolutionary biology: saltationism and cladism’, In N.
Rescher, (ed.), Scientific Inquiry in Philosophical Perspective, Lanham, MD: University
Press of America, pp. 129-145.

Bunge, M.: 1987c, ‘Seven desiderata for rationality’. In J. Agassi & I.C. Jarvie, (eds.), Rationality:
The Critical View, Dordrecht: Nijhoff, pp. 5-15.

Bunge, M. & Rubén Ardila: 1987, Philosophy of Psychology, Springer-Verlag, New York.

Bunge, M.: 1988a, ‘Two Faces and Three Masks of Probability’. In E. Agazzi (ed.) Probability in
the Sciences, Kluwer, Dordrecht, pp.27-49. Reproduced in Martin Mahner (ed.) Selected
Essays of Mario Bunge, (2001), Prometheus Books, Amherst, pp.211-226.

Bunge, M.: 1988b, ‘Ideology and science’. In G. L. Eberlein & H. Berghel, (eds.), Theory and
Decision: Essays in Honor of Werner Leinfellner Dordrecht-Boston: Reidel, pp. 79-89.

Bunge, M.: 1988c, ‘Niels Bohr’s philosophy’, Philosophia naturalis 25: 399-4l5.
Bunge, M.: 1988d, ‘The ambivalent legacy of operationism’, Philosophia naturalis 25: 337-345.

Bunge, M.: 1988e, ‘Analytic philosophy of society and social science: The systemic approach as an
alternative to holism and individualism’, Revue internationale de Systémique 2: 1-13.

Bunge, M.: 1988f, ‘Basic science is innocent, applied science and technology can be guilty’. In G.
E. Lemarchand & A. R. Pedace (eds.) Scientists, Peace and Disarmament, Singapore: World
Scientific, pp. 245-261.

Bunge, M.: 1988g, ‘Superposition of quantum states: fact or fiction?’ In N. Fleury et al., (eds.),
Leite Lopes Festschrift: A Pioneer Physicist in the Third World, Singapore: World
Scientific, pp. l35-l42.

Bunge, M.: 1988h, ‘The Nature of Applied Science and Technology’. In V. Cauchy (ed.)
Philosophie et Culture, Laval, Editions Montmorency, pp.599-605. Reproduced in Martin
Mahner (ed.) Scientific Realism: Selected Essays of Mario Bunge, Prometheus Books,
Amherst NY, 2001, pp.345-351.

Bunge, M.: 1989a, Treatise on Basic Philosophy. Vol. 8, Ethics: The Good and the Right, Reidel,
Dordrecht.

Bunge, M.: 1989b, ‘Toward a survival morality’. In P. Kurtz (ed.), Building a World Community,
Buffalo, N.Y.: Prometheus, pp. 36-41.

Bunge, M.: 1989c, ‘Game theory is not a useful tool for the political scientist’, Epistemologia 12:
195-212.

Bunge, M.: 1989d, ‘The popular perception of science in North America’, Transactions of the Royal
Society of Canada Vol. V: 269-289.

Bunge, M.: 1989e, ‘What kind of discipline is psychology: Autonomous or dependent, humanistic
or scientific, biological or sociological?’, New Ideas in Psychology 8:121-137.
Commentaries by J. Panksepp (pp. 139-149), R. E. Mayer (pp. 151-154), J. R. Royce (pp.
155-157), and G. Cellerier y J.-J. Ducret (pp. 159-175).

Bunge, M.: 1990a, ‘The nature and place of psychology: A reply to Panksepp, Mayer, Royce, and
Cellerier and Ducret’, New Ideas in Pschology 8: 176-188.

Bunge, M.: 1990b, ‘Instant Autobiography’. In P. Weingartner & G.J.W. Dorn (eds.) Studies on
Mario Bunge’s Treatise’, Rodopi, Amsterdam, pp.677-681.

Bunge, M.: 1991a, ‘What is science? Does it matter to distinguish it from Pseudoscience?’ New
Ideas in Psychology 9(2), 245-283. [special issue on pseudoscience in psychology]

Bunge, M.: 1991b, ‘A Critical Examination of the New Sociology of Science: Part 1’, Philosophy of
the Social Sciences 21(4), 524-560.

Bunge, M.: 1991c, ‘The power and limits of reduction’, In E. Agazzi, ed., The Problem of
Reductionism in Science, Dordrecht-Boston: Kluwer, pp. 31-49.

Bunge, M.: 1991d. ‘A philosophical perspective on the mind-body problem’, Proceedings of the
American Philosophical Society 135: 513-523.

Bunge, M.: 1991e, ‘A skeptic’s beliefs and disbeliefs’, New Ideas in Psychology 9: 131-149
Bunge, M.: 1991f, ‘Rights imply duties’. In E. Groffier and M. Paradis, (eds.), The Notion of
Tolerance and Human Rights: Essays in Honour of Raymond Klibansky, Ottawa: Carleton
University Press, pp. 47-54.

Bunge, M.: 1991g, ‘Why we cherish exactness’. In Advances in Scientific Philosophy: Essays in
Honour of Paul Weingartner, Amsterdam: Rodopi, pp. 591-598.

Bunge, M.: 1992, ‘A Critical Examination of the New Sociology of Science: Part 2’, Philosophy of
the Social Sciences 22(1), 46-76.

Bunge, M.: 1992/2001, ‘Morality is the Basis of Legal and Political Legitimacy’. In M. Mahner
(ed.) Scientific Realism: Selected Essays of Mario Bunge, Prometheus Press, Amherst NY,
pp.397-405.

Bunge, M.: 1993, ‘Realism and Antirealism in Social Science’, Theory and Decision 35, 207-235.
(Reprinted in M. Mahner (ed.) Scientific Realism: Selected Essays of Mario Bunge,
Prometheus Press, Amherst NY, pp.320-342.

Bunge, M.: 1994a, ‘Counter-Enlightenment in Contemporary Social Studies’. In P. Kurtz & T.J.
Madigan (eds.) Challenges to the Enlightenment: In Defense of Reason and Science,
Prometheus Books, Buffalo, NY, pp.25-42.

Bunge, M.: 1994b/2001, ‘Technoholodemocracy: An Alternative to Capitalism and Socialism’,


Concordia 25, 93-99. In M. Mahner (ed.) Scientific Realism: Selected Essays of Mario
Bunge, Prometheus Press, Amherst NY, pp.406-412.

Bunge, M.: 1994c, ‘The concept of a social system’. In R. Rodríguez Delgado & B. H. Banathy,
(eds.), International Systems Science Handbook, Madrid: Systemic Publications, pp. 210-
221.

Bunge, M.: 1994d, ‘Survival, rights, and duties’. In M. C. P. Morales (ed.), Indigenous Peoples,
Human Rights and Global Interdependence Tilburg, Netherlands: International Centre for
Human and public Afffairs, pp. 109-114.

Bunge, M.: 1995a, ‘The poverty of rational choice theory’. In I. C. Jarvie & N. Laor (eds.), Critical
Rationalism, Metaphysics and Science Vol. I Dordrecht-Boston: Kluwer Academic, pp. 149-
168.

Bunge, M.: 1995b, ‘Rational choice theory: A critical look at its foundations’. In J. Götschl, (ed.),
Revolutionary Changes in Understanding Man and Society, Dordrecht-Boston: Kluwer
Academic, pp. 211-228.

Bunge, M.: 1996a, Finding Philosophy in Social Science, Yale University Press, New Haven, CT

Bunge, M.: 1996b, ‘In Praise of Intolerance to Charlatanism in Academia’. In P.R. Gross, N. Levitt
& M.W. Lewis (eds.) The Flight from Science and Reason, New York Academy of
Sciences, New York, pp.96-115.

Mahner, M. & Bunge, M.: 1996c, ‘Is religious education compatible with science education?’
Science & Education 5:101-123.

Mahner, M. & Bunge, M.: 1996d, ‘The incompatibility of science and religion sustained: A reply to
our critics’ Science & Education 5: 189-199.
Bunge, M.: 1996e, ‘The seven pillars of Popper’s social philosophy’, Philosophy of the Social
Sciences 26: 528-556.

Bunge, M.: 1997a, ‘Moderate mathematical fictionism’. In E. Agazzi & G. Darwas, eds.,
Philosophy of Mathematics Today, Dordrecht, Boston: Kluwer Academic, pp. 51-71

Bunge, M.: 1997b, ‘A new look at moral realism’. In E. Garzón Valdés, W. Krawietz, G. H. von
Wright and R. Zimmerling, (eds.), Normative Systems in Legal and Moral Theory, Berlin:
Duncker & Humblot, pp. 17-26.

Bunge, M.: 1997c, ‘Mechanism and explanation’, Philosophy of the Social Sciences 27: 410-465.

Mahner, M. & Bunge, M.: 1997, Foundations of Biophilosophy, Springer-Verlag, New York.

Bunge, M.: 1998a, Social Science Under Debate: A Philosophical Perspective, University of
Toronto Press, Toronto.

Bunge, M.: 1998b, Philosophy of Science: From Problem to Theory, Vol.1, Transaction Publishers,
New Brunswick, NJ.

Bunge, M.: 1998c, Philosophy of Science: From Explanation to Justification, Vol.2., Transaction
Publishers, New Brunswick, NJ.

Bunge, M.: 1998d, ‘Semiotic systems’. In G. Altmann & W. A. Koch, (eds.), Systems: New
Paradigms for the Human Sciences, Berlin-New York: Walter de Gruyter, pp. 337-349.

Bunge, M.: 1998e, ‘The philosophical technologies’, Technology in Society 20: 377-384.

Bunge, M.: 1999a, Dictionary of Philosophy, Prometheus Books, Amherst NY.

Bunge, M.: 1999b, The Sociology-Philosophy Connection, Transaction Publishers, New Brunswick,
NJ.

Bunge, M.: 1999c, ‘The end of science’. In D. J. Stlottje (ed.), Advances in Econometrics, Income
Distribution and Scientific Methodology, Heidelberg-New York: Physica-Verlag, pp. 293-
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Bunge, M.: 1999d, ‘Linguistics and philosophy’. In H. E. Wiegand (ed.), Sprache und Sprachen in
der Wissenschaften, Berlin-New York: Walter de Gruyter, pp. 269-293.

Bunge, M.: 1999e, ‘Ethics and praxiology as technologies’. In E. Agazzi & H. Lenk, (eds.),
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Bunge, M.: 2000a, ‘Philosophy from the Outside’, Philosophy of the Social Sciences 30(2), 227-
245.

Bunge, M.: 2000b, ‘Energy: Between Physics and Metaphysics’, Science & Education 9(5), 457-
461.

Bunge, M.: 2000c, ‘Systemism: the alternative to individualism and holism’, Journal of Socio-
Economics 29: 147-157.

Bunge, M.: 2000d, ‘Ten modes of individualism —none of which works— and their alternatives’,
Philosophy of the Social Science 30: 384-406.
Bunge, M.: 2000e, Social Science under Debate: A Philosophical Perspective, Toronto: University
of Toronto Press.

Bunge, M.: 2000f, ‘Physicians Ignore Philosophy at Their Risk – and Ours’, Facta philosophica 2,
149-160.

Bunge, M.: 2001a, Philosophy in Crisis: The Need for Reconstruction, Prometheus Books, Amherst
NY.

Bunge, M.: 2001b, ‘Systems and Emergence, Rationality and Imprecision, Free-wheeling and
Evidence, Science and Ideology: Social Science and Its Philosophy according to van den
Berg’, Philosophy of the Social Sciences 3, 404-423.

Bunge, M. & M. Mahner: 2001, ‘Function and functionalism: A synthetic perspective’, Philosophy
of Science 68: 75-94.

Bunge, M.: 2003a, Emergence and Convergence: Qualitative Novelty and the Unity of Knowledge,
University of Toronto Press, Toronto.

Bunge, M.: 2003b, ‘Velocity Operators and Time-Energy Relations in Relativistic Quantum
Mechanics’, International Journal Theoretical Physics, 42, 135-142.

Bunge, M.: 2004a, ‘The pseudoscience concept, dispensable in professional practice, is equired to
evaluate research projects’, Scientific Review of Mental Health Practice 2, 111-114.

Bunge, M.: 2004b, ‘How does it work? The search for explanatory mechanisms’, Philosophy of the
Social Sciences 34:182-210.

Bunge, M.: 2004c, ‘The centrality of truth’. In Evandro Agazzi (ed.), Right, Wrong and Science,
Amsterdam: Rodopi, pp. 233-241.

Bunge, M.: 2004d, ‘Clarifying some misunderstandings about social systems and their
mechanisms’, Philosophy of the Social Sciences 34: 371-381.

Bunge, M.: 2004e, ‘Systemism: The alternative to individualism and holism’. In A. van den Berg &
H. Meadwell, (eds.), The Social Sciences and Rationality, New Brunswick NJ: Transaction
Publishers, pp. 109-123.

Bunge, M.: 2006a, Chasing Reality: Strife over Realism, University of Toronto Press, Toronto.

Bunge, M.: 2006b. ‘A systemic perspective on crime’. In P.-O. Wikström & R. Sampson, eds., The
Explanation of Crime, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 8-30.

Bunge, M.: 2007a. ‘Max Weber did not practice the philosophy he preached’. In L. McFalls, ed.,
Max Weber’s “Objectivity” Revisited, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, pp.119-134.

Bunge, M.: 2007b, ‘The ethics of science and the science of ethics’. In Paul Kurtz (ed.), Science
and Ethics, Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books, pp. 27-40.

Bunge, M.: 2007c, ‘Blushing and the philosophy of mind’, Journal of Physiology-Paris 101: 247-
256.

Bunge, M.: 2008, ‘Bayesianism: Science or Pseudoscience? International Review of Victimology


15: 165-178.
Bunge, M.: 2009a, Political Philosophy: Fact, Fiction, and Vision, Transactions Publishers, New
Brunswick, NJ.

Bunge, M.: 2009b, ‘Advantages and limits of naturalism’. In John R. Shook & Paul Kurtz, (eds.),
The Future of Naturalism. Amherst, N.Y.: Humanity Books, pp. 43-63.

Bunge, M.: 2010a, Matter and Mind: A Philosophical Inquiry, Springer, Dordrecht.

Bunge, M.: 2010b, ‘From philosophy to physics and back’. In S. Nuccetelli, O. Schutte, & P.
Bueno, (eds.), A Companion to Latin American Philosophy, Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell,
pp. 525-539.

Bunge, M.: 2011, ‘Knowledge: Genuine and Bogus’, Science & Education 20(5-6), 411-438.

Bunge, M.: 2012a, ‘Does Quantum Physics Refute Realism, Materialism and Determinism?’,
Science & Education 21(10), 1601-1610.

Bunge, M.: 2012b, Evaluating Philosophies, Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, vol. 295,
Springer, Dordrecht.

Bunge, M.: 2012c, ‘The correspondence theory of truth’. Semiotica 188: 65-76.

Bunge, M.: 2012d, ‘Wealth and well-being, economic growth, and integral development’,
International Journal of Health Services 42: 65-76.

Bunge, M.: 2013a, Medical Philosophy: Conceptual Issues in Medicine, World Scientific,
Singapore.

Bunge, M.: 2013b, ‘Bruce Trigger and the philosophical matrix of scientific research’. In S.
Chrisomalis & A. Costopoulos, eds., Human Expeditions Inspired by Bruce Trigger,
Toronto: University of Toronto Press, pp. 143-159.

Bunge, M.: 2013c, Mechanism and mechanical explanation. In B. Kaldis, (ed.), Encyclopedia of
Philosophy and the Social Sciences , Sage.

Bunge, M.: 2014a, ‘In defense of scientism’. Free Inquiry Vol.35, No. 1, 24-28.

Bunge, M.: 2014c, ‘Big questions come in bundles, hence they should be tackled systematically’,
International Journal of Health Services 44(4), 835-844.

Bunge, M.: 2015, ‘Does the Aharonov-Bohm effect occur?’ Foundations of Science. 20(2), 129-
133.

Bunge, M.: 2016a, Between Two Worlds: Memoirs of a Philosopher-Scientist, Springer, Dordrecht.

Bunge, M.: 2017a, Doing Science in the Light of Philosophy, World Scientific, Singapore.

Bunge, M.: 2017b. ‘Why axiomatize?’ Foundations of Science 22(4), 695-707.

Bunge, M.: 2017c, ‘Evaluating Scientific Research Projects: The Units of Science in the Making’,
Foundations of Science 22(3), 455-469.

Bunge, M.: 2017d, ‘Reconceptualizing Mental Disorders: From Symptoms to Organs’, PsyCh
Journal (Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences), 6, 161-165.
Bunge, M.: 2017e, ‘Why Don’t Scientists Respect Philosophers?’. In Nimrod Bar-Am & Stefano
Gattei (eds.) Encouraging Openness: Essays for Joseph Agassi on the Occasion of His 90th
Birthday, Springer, (Boston Studies in Philosophy of Science vol.325), Dordrecht, pp.3-12.

Bunge, M.: 2018a, From a Scientific Point of View, Cambridge Scholars Publications, Newcastle,
UK.
Bunge, M.: 2018b, ‘Gravitational Waves and Space-Time’, Foundations of Science, 23(2), 399-403.