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    The Discovery of Chinese Logic.Joachim Kurtz - 2011 - Brill.
    First encounters : Jesuit logica in the late Ming and early Qing -- Haphazard overtures : logic in nineteenth-century Protestant writings -- Great expectations : Yan Fu and the discovery of European logic -- Spreading the word : logic in late Qing education and popular discourse -- Heritage unearthed : the discovery of Chinese logic -- Textbooks on logic adapted from Japanese, 1902-1911 -- Logical terms in early-twentieth-century textbooks.
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    Beyond Standardization: Improving External Validity and Reproducibility in Experimental Evolution.Eric Desjardins, Joachim Kurtz, Nina Kranke, Ana Lindeza & S. Helene Richter - 2021 - BioScience 71 (5):543–552.
    Discussions of reproducibility are casting doubts on the credibility of experimental outcomes in the life sciences. Although experimental evolution is not typically included in these discussions, this field is also subject to low reproducibility, partly because of the inherent contingencies affecting the evolutionary process. A received view in experimental studies more generally is that standardization (i.e., rigorous homogenization of experimental conditions) is a solution to some issues of significance and internal validity. However, this solution hides several difficulties, including a reduction (...)
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    Powerful arguments: standards of validity in late Imperial China.Martin Hofmann, Joachim Kurtz & Ari Daniel Levine (eds.) - 2020 - Boston: Brill.
    The essays in Powerful Arguments reconstruct the standards of validity underlying argumentative practices in a wide array of late imperial Chinese discourses, from the Song through the Qing dynasties. The fourteen case studies analyze concrete arguments defended or contested in areas ranging from historiography, philosophy, law, and religion to natural studies, literature, and the civil examination system. By examining uses of evidence, habits of inference, and the criteria by which some arguments were judged to be more persuasive than others, the (...)
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