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    Financializing Epistemic Norms in Contemporary Biomedical Innovation.Mark Robinson - 2019 - Synthese 196 (11):4391-4407.
    The rapid, recent emergence of new medical knowledge models has engendered a dizzying number of new medical initiatives, programs and approaches. Fields such as evidence-based medicine and translational medicine all promise a renewed relationship between knowledge and medicine. The question for philosophy and other fields has been whether these new models actually achieve their promises to bring about better kinds of medical knowledge—a question that compels scholars to analyze each model’s epistemic claims. Yet, these analyses may miss critical components that (...)
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    Why Translational Medicine is, in Fact, “New,” Why This Matters, and the Limits of a Predominantly Epistemic Historiography.Mark Robinson - 2020 - History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences 42 (3):1-22.
    Is Translational Science and Medicine new? Its dramatic expansion has spelled a dizzying array of new disciplines, departments, buildings, and terminology. Yet, without novel theories or concepts, Translational Science and Medicine may appear to be nothing more than an old concept with a new brand. Yet, is this view true? As is illustrated herein, histories of TSM which treat it as merely an old product under a new name misunderstand its essential architecture. As an expressly economic transformation, modern translational approaches (...)
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    The Energy Spectra of Atoms Slowing Down in Structureless Media.Mark T. Robinson - 1965 - Philosophical Magazine 12 (115):145-156.
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    Can Foreign Aid Be Used to Promote Good Government in Developing Countries?Mick Moore & Mark Robinson - 1994 - Ethics and International Affairs 8:141–158.
    Since 1990, the allocation of foreign development aid has come to be shaped by donors' concerns about promoting "good government" in developing countries. Yet the aid donors adopt a wide variety of implicit and actual definitions of "good government.".
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  5. Bloom Re-Viewed.Mark Robinson - 1978 - Oxford Literary Review 3 (1):20-23.
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    The Influence of the Scattering Law on the Radiation Damage Displacement Cascade. II.Mark T. Robinson - 1968 - Philosophical Magazine 17 (147):639-642.
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    Corruption and Development.Mark Robinson - 1998 - Psychology Press.
    The problem of corruption is of central significance for the developmental prospects of poor countries. Corruption undermines development by siphoning off resources for infrastructures and public services and by weakening the legitimacy of the state. The volume will appeal to academics and policy-makers concerned with problems of governance and public management in developing countries, as well as specialists working on corruption and designing anti-corruption strategies.
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    The Influence of the Scattering Law on the Radiation Damage Displacement Cascade.Mark T. Robinson - 1965 - Philosophical Magazine 12 (118):741-765.