Larry Laudan

Filosofía de la Ciencia, Filosofía del Derecho
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Obtuvo el doctorado en Filosofía de Princeton University (comité: Hempel, Church y Kuhn) en 1965. Tuvo un postdoc en la Universidad de Cambridge. Ha tenido plazas en University College (London), la University of Pittsburgh (donde fue Director del Department of History and Philosophy of Science y Director del Center for Philosophy of Science), Virginia Tech, la University of Illinois-Chicago, la Universidad de Konstanz, y la University of Hawaii. En 1994-95, fue Presidente de la Pacific Division de la American Philosophical Association (APA). En 2009 fue Presidente de la International Peirce Society. Varios libros suyos han sido traducidos a español, francés, portugués, chino, japonés, ruso y árabe.

Además, ha sido un Fulbright Scholar en Austria (Viena) y en Australia (Melbourne) y Visiting Fellow en el Institute for Advanced Study (Princeton). Recibió en 2004 el Doctorado Honoris Causa de la Universidad de Córdoba. Actualmente es miembro de consejo asesor de la revistas: Metateoría (Revista de Filosofía y Historia de la Ciencia), Knowledge in Society, Theoria: Revista de Teoria, Historia y Fundamentos de la Ciencia, Crítica,Legal Theory, y Episteme: Journal of Social Epistemology. El fue fundador y primer editor de Studies in History and Philosophy of Science (1972-77).

Metateoría. Revista de Filosofía y Historia de la Ciencia.
Knowledge in Society
Theoria: Revista de Teoria, Historia y Fundamentos de la Ciencia

Legal Theory
Consulting Editor, Episteme: Journal of Social Epistemology.
Fundador y Editor, Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, 1972-77.

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  • 1965

Grünbaum on `the Duhemian Argument', "Philosophy of Science", 32: 296-300


  • 1966
  1. "The Clock Metaphor and Probablism:  The Impact of Descartes on British Methodological Thought, 1650-65,"Annals of Science", 22: 73-104.
  2. "Method and the Mechanical Philosophy,"History of Science", 5: 117-24.


  • 1967

"The Nature and Sources of Locke's Views on Hypotheses,"Journal of the History of Ideas", 23: 211-23.


  • 1968
  1. "Theories of Scientific Method from Plato to Mach,"History of Science", 7: 1-63.
  2. "Introduction" to Colin Maclaurin's Account of Sir Isaac Newton's Philosophical Discoveries (Cass, London), ix-xxv.
  3. "A Postmortem on the Vis Viva Controversy, "Isis", 59: 130-43.
  4. "Introduction" to The Collected Works of William Whewell, 5 vols., Cass, London, 1968-77.


  • 1969

"Introduction" to Samuel Clark's translation of Jacques Rohault's System of Natural Philosophy, (Johnson, New York), vol. 1, ix-xxiv.


  • 1970
  1. "Commentary," in R. Stuewer, Ed., Minnesota Studies in Philosophy of Science (University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis), 127-32; 230-38.
  2. "Thomas Reid and the Newtonian Turn of British Methodological Thought," in Butts and Davis, Eds., The Methodological Heritage of Newton (University of Toronto Press, Toronto), 103-31


  • 1971
  1. a)"William Whewell and the Consilience of Inductions, "The Monist", Spring, 368-91.
  2. b)"Reply to Mary Hesse, "The Monist", Spring, 525.
  3. c)"Towards a Re-assessment of Comte's `Méthode Positive', "Philosophy of Science", 38: 35-53.
  4. d)Reprint of 1966b in Bobbs-Merrill Series in History of Science.


  • 1973

"Charles Sanders Peirce and the Trivialization of the Self-Correction Thesis," in R. Giere and R. Westfall, Foundations of Scientific Method in the 19th Century (Indiana University Press, Bloomington), 375-306.


  • 1974
  1. "Induction and Probability in the 19th Century, "Proceedings:  IV International Congress for Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science (North Holland, Amsterdam).
  2. "G. L. LeSage:  A Case Study in the Interaction of Physics and Philosophy," in Akten des II. Leibniz-Kongresses (Weisbaden), 241-52.
  3. Reprint of 1965 in S. Harding, ed., Can Theories Be Refuted? Dordrecht: Reidel.


  • 1976
  1. "The Methodological Foundations of Mach's Opposition to Atomism," in R. Turnbull and P. Machamer, Eds., Motion and Time: Space and Matter (Ohio State University Press, Columbus), 390-417. b)"I Modelli Nella Storia della Scienza," in Enciclopedia della Scienza e della Technica (Mondadori, Milan), 467-72.
  2. "Two Dogmas of Methodology, "Philosophy of Science", 43: 467-72.


  • 1977
  1. "The Sources of Modern Methodology," in J. Hintikka and R. Butts, Eds., Historical and Philosophical Dimensions of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science (Reidel, Dordrecht), 3-20.
  2. Progress and Its Problems, University of California Press, Berkeley, Routledge & Kegan Paul, London; 280 pp. (Paperback issued, Berkeley.)
  3. Reprint with new appendix of 1967 in I. Tipton, Locke on Human Understanding (Oxford U. Press: Oxford), 149-62.
  • 1978

"Ex-Huming Hacking, "Erkenntnis", 13: 417-35.


  • 1979
  1. Italian translation of Progress and Its Problems, with new introduction. Armando, Rome.
  2. "Historical Methodologies," in H. Kyburg & P. Asquith, Eds., Current Research in Philosophy of Science (Philosophy of Science Association, East Lansing), 40-54.


  • 1980
  1. "Why Was the Logic of Discovery Abandoned?," in T. Nickles, Ed., Scientific Discovery, Logic and Rationality (Reidel, Dordrecht), 173-83.
  2. "Views of Progress:  Separating the Pilgrims from the Rakes, "Philosophy of the Social Sciences", 10: 273-86.
  3. Teorias da Ciencia de Platao e Mach, Beiheft No. 1, Cadernos Series, 89 pp.


  • 1981
  1. "The Medium and Its Message:  A Study of Some Philosophical Controversies about Ether," in G. Cantor and M. Hodge, Eds., Conceptions of Ether (C.U.P., Cambridge), 157-86.
  2. "A Problem-Solving Approach to Scientific Progress," in I. Hacking, Ed., Scientific Revolutions, (Oxford Readings in Philosophy Series, O.U.P., Oxford), 144-55.
  3. "A Confutation of Convergent Realism, "Philosophy of Science", 48: 19-49.
  4. "The Pseudo-Science of Science?" Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 11: 173-98.
  5. After Einstein (Memphis State University Press, Memphis), 133-46.
  6. "Epilog," in Ibid., 237-40.
  7. "Anomalous Anomalies, "Philosophy of Science", 48: 618-619.
  8. Science and Hypothesis, Dordrecht: D. Reidel. 258 pp., (Issued in hardcover and paperback.)


  • 1982
  1. "A Reply to My Critics," in I. Hacking and P. Asquith, Eds., PSA-78. Philosophy of Science Association, East Lansing. pp.530-50.
  2. "More on Bloor, "Philosophy of the Social Sciences", 12: 71-74.
  3. Italian translation of Science and Hypothesis. Armando, Rome.
  4. "Collins' Blend of Relativism and Empiricism, "Social Studies of Science", 12: 131-33.
  5. "Separating Sheep and Goats, "Science, Technology and Human Values", Winter, pp. 000-000.
  6. "Two Puzzles about Science, "Minerva", 20: 253-268.
  7. "Science at the Bar:  Causes for Concern, "Science, Technology and Human Values", 7: 16-19.
  8. "Problems, Truth and Consistency, "Studies in History and Philosophy of Science", 13: 73-80.


  • 1983
  1. "The Demise of the Demarcation Problem," in R. Cohen and L. Laudan, Eds., Physics, Philosophy and Psychoanalysis (Reidel, Dordrecht), pp. 111-128.  (Reprinted in R. Laudan, ed., Virginia Tech Working Papers in STS (Blacksburg).)
  2. "Invention and Justification, "Philosophy of Science, 50: 320-22.
  3. "Confusions about Discovery, "in PSA-82" (Philosophy of Science Association, forthcoming), c.27 pp.
  4. Italian translation of 1980b, Armando, Rome.
  5. Italian translation of 1981b in a volume published by Guis. Laterza & Figli, Rome.
  6. Reprint of 1982g in J. Murphy, Ed., Evolution, Morality, and the Meaning of Life. Rowman & Littlefield, Tatawa, N.J. pp. 149-154,
  7. Reprint of 1982g in M. La Follette, ed. Creationism, Science, and the Law. Cambridge: M.I.T. Press. pp. 161-166.
  8. Editor, Mind and Medicine:  Problems of Explanation and Evaluation in Psychiatry and the Biomedical Sciences.  Berkeley: University of California Press, 365 pp.
  9. Editor (with R. S. Cohen), Physics, Philosophy and Psychoanalysis.  Reidel, Dordrecht, 338 pp.
  10. "More on Creationism, " in Science, Technology and Human Values, 8: 36-38.


  • 1984
  1. "Realism without the Real, "Philosophy of Science", 51:156-62.
  2. Science and Values. Berkeley: University of California Press: 149 pp. (Issued in hardcover and paperback.)
  3. "Explaining the Success of Science:  Beyond Epistemic Realism and Relativism," G. Gutting et al., eds., Science and Reality: Recent Work in the Philosophy of Science. Notre Dame Press, Notre Dame. 83-105.
  4. Reprint of 1981c in J. Leplin, Ed., Scientific Realism. Berkeley: University of California Press.
  5. "Reconstructing Methodology," in P. Anderson & M. Ryan, eds., Scientific Method in Marketing: Philosophy, Sociology and History of Science Perspectives. Chicago: American Marketing Association.
  6. Spanish translation of 1981b in a volume published by Cuerva, Madrid.
  7. Reprint of 1981d in J. Brown, Ed., Scientific Rationality: the Sociological Turn. University of Toronto Press.
  8. Chinese translation of 1981b in Journal for the Philosophical Problems of Natural Sciences, No. 1, pp. 74-80.
  9. Chinese translation of 1980a in Journal for the Philosophical Problems of Natural Science, No. 3, pp. 58-62.
  10. Chinese (abridged) translation of chapter two of 1982c in Journal for the Philosophical Problems of Natural Sciences, no. 2, pp. 62-69.


  • 1985
  1. "Kuhn's Critique of Methodology," in J. Pitt, ed., Change and Progress in Modern Science. Reidel, Dordrecht. 283-300.
  2. Japanese translation of Progress and Its Problems, with new postscript. Schisuza, Tokyo.


  • 1986
  1. "Some Problems facing Intuitionistic Meta-Methodologies, "Synthese", 67: 115-129.
  2. (and others). "Testing Theories of Scientific Change, "Synthese", 69: 141-223.
  3. "Dissecting the Holist Picture of Scientific Change," in J. Kourany, Scientific Knowledge. Wadsworth, Belmont, Ca. pp. 276-95.
  4. Spanish translation of Progress and Its Problems, with new postscript. Ediciones Encuentro, Madrid.
  5. "Perché regna l'accordo nelle scienze (naturali)? "Nuova Civilta delle Macchine", 4: 58-64.


  • 1987
  1. "Progress or Rationality? The Prospects for Normative Naturalism, "American Philosophical Quarterly", 24: 19-33.
  2. "Relativism, Naturalism and Reticulation, "Synthese", 71: 25pp.
  3. Italian translation of Science and Values. Laterza, Rome.
  4. Dynamique de la Science (Pierre Mardaga: Liège). 264pp. (A translation, with a new foreword of Progress and Its Problems.)
  5. "Methodology: Its Prospects," PSA-86, vol. 2 (P. Machamer, ed., East Lansing, Mich.). 25pp.


  • 1988
  1. (con R. Laudan & A. Donovan), eds., Scrutinizing Science: Empirical Studies of Scientific Change. Reidel: Dordrecht. 379pp.
  2. "Introduction" to 1988a, pp. 3-44.
  3. Reprint of 1982g in J. Feinberg, T. Beauchamp, eds., Philosophy and the Human Condition. 2nd ed.
  4. German translation of 1980a in L. Schäfer, Die Wiederentdeckung des Entdeckens. Suhrkamp: Frankfurt/M.
  5. "Are All Theories Equally Good? A Dialogue," in R. Nola, ed., Relativism and Realism in Science. Dordrecht: Kluwer. pp. 117-39.
  6. Reprint of 1982g in M. Ruse, ed., But Is It Science? The Philosophical Question in he Creation/Evolution Controversy. Buffalo: Prometheus Books. pp.351-56.
  7. "Cognitive Relativism," in R. Egidi, ed., La Svolta Relativistica nell'Epistemologia Contemporanea. (Rome: Franco Angeli), 203-224.
  8. "Conceptual Problems Re-Visited, "Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, 19: 531-34.. 8pp.
  9. Reprint of 1983a in M. Ruse, ed., But Is It Science? The Philosophical Question in he Creation/Evolution Controversy. Buffalo: Prometheus Books. pp.337-350.
  10. Reprint of 1983j in M. Ruse, ed., But Is It Science? The Philosophical Question in the Creation/Evolution Controversy. Buffalo: Prometheus Books. pp. 363-66.
  11. "If It Ain't Broke, Don't Fix It, "British Journal for the Philosophy of Science", 40: 369-75.
  12. "Perspectiva critica asupra axiologiei si metodologiei realiste," in A. Botez, ed., Metamorfoze actuale in Filosofia Stiintei (Bucharest), 89-115. [Translation of a section from 1984b.]


  • 1989
  1. "Thoughts on HPS: 20 Years Later, "Studies in History and Philosophy of Science", pp. 9-13.
  2. (con Rachel Laudan). "Dominance and the Disunity-of-Method: Solving the Problems of Innovation and Consensus, "Philosophy of Science, 56: 221-37.
  3. "The Rational Weight of the Scientific Past: Forging Fundamental Change in a Conservative Discipline," in Michael Ruse, ed., What the Philosophy of Biology Is: Essays dedicated to David Hull (Dordrecht: Kluwer). 209-20.
  4. "For Method; Or, Against Feyerabend," in J. Brown et al., eds., An Intimate Relation: Studies in History and Philosophy of Science (Dordrecht:Kluwer), 299-318.1990


  • 1990
  1. "History of Science and the Philosophy of Science," in M. Hodge et al., eds., Companion to the History of Science (London: Routledge). 47-59.
  2. "Normative Naturalism, "Philosophy of Science", 57:44-59. [A response to a symposium issue of this journal containing 3 papers discussing my work.]
  3. Science and Relativism: Dialogues on the Philosophy of Science. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 173pp.
  4. "Aim-Less Epistemology?" British Journal for Philosophy of Science, forthcoming. 13pp.
  5. "De-Mystifying Underdetermination," in W. Savage, ed., Scientific Theories. University of Minnesota Press: Minneapolis, 267-97.


  • 1991
  1. (con J. Leplin). "Empirical Equivalence and Underdetermination," Journal of Philosophy, September, 1-23. [Voted by The Philosopher's Annual as `among the ten best philosophy papers in 1991'.]
  2. Reprint of 1981c in R. Boyd et al., ed., Philosophy of Science (MIT Press). 1991
  3. Chinese translation of Progress and Its Problems. transl.: Fang. Shanghai Publishing Company: Shanghai.
  4. "Scientific Progress and Content Loss," in E. Deutsch, ed., Proc. of VI East/West Philosophers' Congress. University of Hawaii Press: Honolulu.
  5. Reprint of 1976c in B. Brody and R. Grandy, eds., Philosophy of Science (Prentice Hall: Princeton ).


  • 1992
  1. "Why Do Scientists Agree?" in W. Shea & A. Spadafora, eds., Interpreting the World: Science and Society. Science History Publications: Canton, MA., pp. 89-102.
  2. (con J. Leplin). "Determination Underdeterred," Analysis . 11 pp.
  3. 2nd edition of 1988a, with a new introduction. Johns Hopkins Press: Baltimore.
  4. Spanish translation of 1981c in Olivé & Perez, eds., Realismo (Coyoaçan, Mexico).
  5. Reprint of 1991a in The Philosopher's Annual, vol3D. xiv.


  • 1993
  1. Spanish translation of Science and Values, Ediciones Encuentro, Madrid.
  2. "Waves, Particles, Independent Tests and the Limits of Inductivism," en K. Okruhlick & D. Hull, eds., PSA 1992, vol. 2, 28pp.


  • 1995
  1. The Book of Risks. John Wiley: New York. 250 pp.
  2. "APA Presidential Address," Proceedings and Addresses of the American Philosophical Association.
  3. Reprint of 1984c in A. Tauber, ed., Science: The Quest for Reality (London: Macmillan)
  4. "Il ruolo della tradizione nella razionalità scientifica," in A. Vergati and A. Pagnini, Storia della Filosofia: Saggi in Onore de Paolo Rossi (Firenze: Nuova Italia Editrice), 111-28.


  • 1996
  1. Beyond Positivism and Relativism (Boulder: Westview Press). 375 pp.
  2. "A Confutation of Convergent Realism," en D. Papineau, ed., The Philosophy of Science (Oxford: Oxford University Press), 107-38.
  3. "Progress or Rationality?" en D. Papineau, ed., The Philosophy of Science (Oxford: Oxford University Press), 194-214.


  • 1997
  1. "Una Teoría de la Evaluación Comparativa de Teorías Científicas," in W. Gonzalez, ed., Jornadas en Torno al Pensamiento de L. Laudan (Universidad de la Coruna: Ferrol, Spain).
  2. Danger Ahead. John Wiley. 227 pp.
  3. "How About Bust?" Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Science 64, 306-316.
  4. "La Teoría de la Investigación Tomada en Serio," in A. Velasco, ed., Racionalidad y Cambio Científico (Mexico City: UNAM), 25-42.
  5. "Underdetermination," en The Encyclopaedia of Philosophy. Routledge.


  • 1998
  1. "Naturalismo Normativo y El Progreso de la Filosofía," in W. Gonzalez, ed., El Pensamiento de L. Laudan (Coruña, Spain: University Press of Coruña), 105-116.
  2. "Respuestas a los Críticos," in A. Velasco, Progreso, Pluralismo y Racionalidad en la Ciencia: Homenaje a Larry Laudan (Mexico City: UNAM),291-318.
  3. "Una Teoría de la Evaluación Comparativa de Teorías Científicas," in W. Gonzalez, ed., El Pensamiento de L. Laudan (Coruña, Spain: University Press of Coruña), 155-170.
  4. "Science at the Bar," en M. Curd & J. Cover, Philosophy of Science: the Central Issues (Norton: New York), 48-53.


  • 1999
  1. "Epistemología, Realismo y Evaluación Racional de Teorías," in A. Velasco, Progreso, Pluralismo y Racionalidad en la Ciencia: Homenaje a Larry Laudan (Mexico City: UNAM), 27-42.
  2. "An Epistemology Adequate to the Task of Rational Theory Evaluation?" in R. Nola & H. Sankey, eds., After Popper, Kuhn and Feyerabend: Issues in Theories of Scientific Method (Dordrecht: Kluwer). 165-76.


  • 2001
  1. "El desarrollo y la resolución de las crisis epistemológicas: Estudios de caso en la ciencia y el derecho durante el siglo XVIII," Signos Filosóficos, 83-119.
  2. "Epistemic crises and justification rules," in The Philosophy of Al Goldman. Philosophical Topics 29 (2001), 271-318.


  • 2002
    1. "A Confutation of Convergent Realism," en Philosophy of Science: Contemporary Readings (ed. Y. Balashov & A. Rosenberg (Routledge: London), 211-33.
    2. (con Jarrett Leplin) "Empirical Equivalence and Underdetermination," en Philosophy of Science: Contemporary Readings (ed. Y. Balashov & A. Rosenberg (Routledge: London), 362-84.


  • 2003
    1. "Is Reasonable Doubt Reasonable?" Legal Theory, vol. 9, 295-331. (
    2. "Algunas hipótesis sobre la certeza moral," Laura Benítez, Z. Monroy, y José Robles, coord., Filosofía Natural y Filosofía Moral en la Modernidad (UNAM), 263-279.


  • 2004
    1. "El peso racional del pasado científico: forjando el cambio fundamental en una disciplina conservadora," en Noemí Girbal-Blacha, Tradición y Renovación en las Ciencias Sociales y Humanas, (Buenos Aires: Universidad Nacional de Quilmes), 42-51.
    2. "The Epistemic, the Cognitive, and the Social," in Peter Machamer y Gereon Wolters, Science, Values and Objectivity (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press), 14-22.


  • 2005
    1. "Prefacio" y "Discurso" en José Hernández Prado, Epistemología y Sentido Común (UAM), 7-8 y 157-59.
    2. "Damn the Consequences!" in Richard T. Hull, ed. Presidential Addresses of the American Philosophical Association, 1991-2000. Prometheus Books. Nueva York.
    3. "The Presumption of Innocence: Material or Probatory?" Legal Theory, 11(2005), 1-30. (
    4. "Privilege in Mexican and American Criminal Law, " en E. Cáceres et al., eds., Problemas Contemporáneos de la Filosofía del Derecho (UNAM, 2005), 403-414.


  • 2006
    1. "Por qué un estándar de prueba subjetivo y ambiguo no es un estándar," Doxa, 28 (2005), 95-113. (
    2. "Una breve réplica," Doxa, 28 (2005), 151-55. (
    3. Truth, Error and Criminal Law: Essays in Legal Epistemology. 238 pp. (Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2006).


  • 2007
    1. "Strange Bedfellows: Inference to the Best Explanation in Criminal Law," Inference to the Best Explanation in Law. Special issue of The International Journal of Evidence and Proof, vol. 11, 292-306, (
    2. "Aliados extraños," Problema 1 (2007), 305-327.
    3. "A Critique of Whiggism," in Laura Benitez, ed., (México: UNAM, 2006).


  • 2008
    1. Truth, Error and Criminal Law, paperback edition (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008). 238 pp.
    2. (con R. Allen) "Deadly Dilemmas I," Texas Tech Law Review, 41, No. 1 (2008), 65-92. (
    3. "The Elementary Epistemic Arithmetic of Criminal Justice," Episteme: A Journal of Social Epistemology, 5, No. 3 (2008), 282-294. (disponible en: (


  • 2009
    1. "Re-Thinking the Criminal Standard of Proof: Seeking Consensus about the Utilities of Trial Outcomes," International Commentary on Evidence (with Harry Saunders), Vol. 7 : Iss. 2, Article 1 (disponible en:
    2. "Legal Epistemology: the Anomaly of Affirmative Defenses," in Deborah Mayo and Aris Spanos, eds, Error and Inference: Recent Exchanges on Experimental Reasoning, Reliability, and the Objectivity and Rationality of Science (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009). (
    3. "Sobre una Historia Presentista de (casi) Todo," en A. Velázquez y L. Toledo, comp., Filosofía Natural y Lenguaje: Homenaje a José Antonio Robles (Mexico City: UNAM), 187-194.
    4. "Algunas Situaciones donde el Sujeto tiene un Papel indispensable en la Investigación racional," en Fernando Broncano y Ana Rosa Pérez, coordinadores, La Ciencia y sus Sujetos,*(Siglo xxi Editores, D.F.)


  • 2010
    1. (con Ronald J. Allen) "Deadly Dilemmas II: Bail and Crime," Chicago-Kent Law Review, vol. 85, pp. 23ff. (
    2. "Need Verdicts Come in Pairs?" International Journal of Evidence and Proof, vol. 14, 1-24. (
    3. (con Juan Cruz Parcero) Prueba y Estándares de Prueba en el Derecho. la UNAM (Filosóficas).
    4. "Detectar Errores y Aprender de ellos en un Sistema de Apelaciones Asimétricas," ibid., 107-122.


  • 2011
    1. "Thinking about Error in the Law," in Alvin Goldman & Dennis Whitcomb, eds., Social Epistemology: Essential Readings (Oxford University Press, Oxford), 271-296.
    2. "The Social Contract and the Rules of Trial: Re-Thinking Procedural Rules," Brian Leiter & Les Green, eds., Oxford Studies in the Philosophy of Law vol. I, (Oxford University Press), pp. 00-00. (
    3. "Waves, Particles, Independent Tests and the Limits of Induction," en Gregory Morgan, ed., Philosophy of Science Matters, Oxford University Press, Oxford.
    4. "Irv Copi and the Travails of the Academic Life" en Homenaje a Irving Copi (ed., Eduardo Harada), la UNAM, Filosóficas.
    5. (con R. Allen) "The Devastating Impact of Prior Crimes Evidence," Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology, vol. 101. Pp. 493-528. ( 1670999)
    6. (con R. Allen) "Deadly Dilemmas III: Some Kind Words for Preventive Detention," Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology, vol. 101, pp. 781-802.(
    7. El Estándar de Prueba y las garantias en el proceso penal. 394 páginas. Buenos Aires: Hammurabi.


Aceptados para Publicación

  • "Is it Finally Time to Put 'Proof Beyond a Reasonable Doubt' Out to Pasture?" Routledge Companion to Philosophy of Law , Andrei Marmour, ed., comisionado, Routledge (London, 2011). (
  • Una traducción en árabe de mi libro: Science and Values. (National Center for Translation, Cairo)
  • Una traduccion en portugues de Progress and Its Prob;ems publicado por Fundacao Editora de Unesp (Sao Paolo)
  • La Verdad, El Error y el Derecho Penal, trad. Jordi Ferrer Beltran (Barcelona, Spain: Marcial Pons). Se incluyen capítulos nuevos. Fecha de publicación: octubre.
  Ago 12 de 2020
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