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Ian MacDougall Hacking is a Canadian philosopher specializing in the philosophy of science. Throughout his career, he has won numerous awards, such as the Killam Prize for the Humanities and the Balzan Prize, and been a member of many prestigious groups, including the Order of Canada, the Royal Society of Canada and the British Academy.

Source: Wikipedia- Representing and Intervening
- The Taming of Chance
- The Structure of Scientific Revolutions
- Historical Ontology
- Logic of Statistical Inference
- Rewriting the Soul
- ‘Style’ for historians and philosophers
- The Emergence of Probability
- Between Michel Foucault and Erving Goffman: between discourse in the abstract and face-to-face interaction
- An Introduction to Probability and Inductive Logic
- The Making and Molding of Child Abuse
- A tradition of natural kinds
- Why Does Language Matter to Philosophy?
- Slightly More Realistic Personal Probability
- Experimentation and Scientific Realism
- Inaugural lecture: Chair of Philosophy and History of Scientific Concepts at the Collège de France, 16 January 2001
- The looping effects of human kinds
- What is Logic?
- Autistic autobiography
- Telepathy: Origins of Randomization in Experimental Design
- The Social Construction of What?
- Possibility
- DO WE SEE THROUGH A MICROSCOPE?
- Genetics, biosocial groups & the future of identity
- Why race still matters
- Humans, aliens & autism
- IMRE LAKATOS'S PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE
- Kinds of People: Moving Targets
- Natural Kinds: Rosy Dawn, Scholastic Twilight
- ‘Language, Truth and Reason’ 30years later
- The Identity of Indiscernibles
- What is strict implication?
- Why Is There Philosophy of Mathematics At All?
- How Inevitable Are the Results of Successful Science?
- 2. Risk and Dirt
- Extragalactic Reality: The Case of Gravitational Lensing
- The Inverse Gambler's Fallacy: the Argument from Design. The Anthropic Principle Applied to Wheeler Universes
- The Participant Irrealist At Large in the Laboratory
- All Kinds of Possibility
- Michel Foucault's Immature Science
- Nineteenth Century Cracks in the Concept of Determinism
- Our Neo‐Cartesian Bodies in Parts
- HOW WE HAVE BEEN LEARNING TO TALK ABOUT AUTISM: A ROLE FOR STORIES
- Multiple personality disorder and its hosts
- On the Stability of the Laboratory Sciences
- Autism Fiction: A Mirror of an Internet Decade?
- Two Souls in One Body
- The Cartesian vision fulfilled: analogue bodies and digital minds
- Two Kinds of "New Historicism" for Philosophers
- Canguilhem amid the cyborgs
- Jacques Bernoulli's Art of Conjecturing
- Memoro-politics, trauma and the soul
- Symposium Papers, Comments and an Abstract: The Sociology of Knowledge About Child Abuse
- Equipossibility Theories of Probability
- On Boyd
- Natural Kinds: Rosy Dawn, Scholastic Twilight
- Pathological withdrawl of refugee children seeking asylum in Sweden
- The Leibniz-Carnap Program for Inductive Logic
- Styles of Scientific Thinking or Reasoning: A New Analytical Tool for Historians and Philosophers of the Sciences
- Artificial phenomena
- Indeterminacy in the Past: On the Recent Discussion of Chapter 17 of Rewriting the Soul
- On Being More Literal about Construction
- The Cartesian Body
- Five parables
- LIKELIHOOD
- The Invention of Split Personalities
- The Suicide Weapon
- ON THE FOUNDATIONS OF STATISTICS
- Degeneracy, Criminal Behavior, and Looping
- Strange Expectations
- Do Thought Experiments Have a Life of Their Own? Comments on James Brown, Nancy Nersessian and David Gooding
- Les Aliénés voyageurs: how fugue became a medical entity
- Is the End in Sight for Epistemology?
- Objectivity in historical perspective
- Science in Action: How to Follow Scientists and Engineers through Society. The Pasteurization of France. Bruno Latour , Alan Sheridan , John Law
- The Essential Tension. Selected Studies in Scientific Tradition and Change.
- How We Have Been Learning to Talk About Autism: A Role for Stories
- Hume's species of probability
- On Kripke's and Goodman's Uses of ‘Grue’
- Weapons Research and the Form of Scientific Knowledge
- The contingencies of ambiguity
- Experimentation and Scientific Realism
- Let’s Not Talk About Objectivity
- Do-it-Yourself Semantics for Classical Sequent Calculi, Including Ramified Type Theory
- Bernard Williams Truth and Truthfulness: An Essay in Genealogy. Princeton: Princeton University Press2002. Pp. xi + 328.
- Philosophers of Experiment
- Review symposium on John R. Searle
- Probability
- Linguistically invariant inductive logic
- The divided circle: A history of instruments for astronomy, navigation and surveying
- Some Reasons for Not Taking Parapsychology Very Seriously
- On the Reality of Existence and Identity
- Wittgenstein Rules
- Automatisme Ambulatoire: Fugue, Hysteria, and Gender at the Turn of the Century
- Construindo tipos: o caso de abusos contra crianças
- Logic of Statistical Inference.
- The Emergence of Probability.
- Why Motion is Only a Well-Founded Phenomenon
- Combined Evidence
- Speculation, Calculation and the Creation of Phenomena
- Locke, Leibniz, language and Hans Aarsleff
- The time frame problem: the law, social construction, and the sciences
- Slightly more realistic personal probability
- Duality
- Evidence
- Theory and Experiment: Recent Insights and New Perspectives on Their Relation. Diderik Batens , Jean Paul van Bendegem
- Franklin’s ConjectureJames Franklin. The Science of Conjecture: Evidence and Probability before Pascal. xiii + 497 pp., table, index. Baltimore/London: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001. $55 (cloth).
- KARL PEARSON'S HISTORY OF STATISTICS
- Why Does Language Matter to Philosophy?
- Representing and Intervening: Introductory Topics in the Philosophy of Natural Science.
- Why is there Philosophy of MathematicsAT ALL?
- From the Emergence of Probability to the Erosion of Determinism
- How Numerical Sociology Began by Counting Suicides: From Medical Pathology to Social Pathology
- Scientific realism about some chemical entities
- Repression and dissociation—A comment on ‘memory repression and recovery’
- Introduction 2006
- The art of thinking (1662)
- Political arithmetic (1662)
- The chance set-up
- Probability
- Two histories of autism, one by an outsider, one by an insider
- A theory of indefinite descriptions with an application to probability
- Salmon's Vindication
- On Falling Short of Strict Coherence
- The Scenes of Inquiry: On the Reality of Questions in the Sciences. Nicholas Jardine
- Preface
- III—Guessing by Frequency
- SUBJECTIVE PROBABILITY
- II.—A LANGUAGE WITHOUT PARTICULARS
- Dreams in Place
- Husserl on the Origins of Geometry
- What Logic did to Rhetoric
- Déraison
- Lloyd, Daston, Nurture, and 'Style'
- [The Unity and Diversity of Probability]: Comment: In Praise of the Diversity of Probabilities
- What Makes Mathematics Mathematics?
- The Abolition of Man
- Entrevista com Ian Hacking: (por Paul Kennedy e David Cayley)
- Chance Subdued by Science
- Michel Foucault: Beyond Structuralism and Hermeneutics.
- A Social History of Truth: Civility and Science in Seventeenth-Century England.
- The Emergence of Probability.
- Representing and Intervening.
- Logic of Statistical Inference.
- The Emergence of Probability: A Philosophical Study of Early Ideas About Probability, Induction and Statistical Inference.
- Statistical and Inductive Probabilities.
- How "Natural" Are "Kinds" of Sexual Orientation?
- Historical Ontology
- A Reply to David Hollinger
- Book Review: Sue Camp-Bell.RELATIONAL REMEMBERING: RETHINKING THE MEMORY WARS. Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield, 2003.
- 6. Teenage Pregnancy: Social Construction?
- La Mettrie’s Soul: Vertigo, Fever, Massacre, and The Natural History
- L'importance de la classification chez le dernier Kuhn
- « Vrai », les valeurs et les sciences
- La question la culture Retour sur le débat entre Giulio Preti et Michel Foucault (1972)
- Canguilhem parmi les cyborgs
- « Les philosophes de l’expérience »1 (Philosophers of Experiment)
- Wittgenstein, necessity, and the application of mathematics
- Probable Reasoning and Its Novelties
- Linguistically Invariant Inductive Logic
- Foreword
- From mesmer to freud: Magnetic sleep and the roots of psychological healing
- Astronomical Improbability
- Review: Strange Fruit: Why both sides are wrong in the race debate by Kenan Malik
- Revolutionary road
- An absent family of ideas
- Opinion
- Signs
- The first calculations
- The Roannez circle (1654)
- The great decision (1658?)
- Probability and the law (1665)
- Expectation (1657)
- Annuities (1671)
- Equipossibility (1678)
- Inductive logic
- The art of conjecturing (1692[?] published 1713)
- The first limit theorem
- Design
- Induction (1737)
- Bibliography
- Foreword
- A cartesian introduction
- What makes mathematics mathematics?
- Why is there philosophy of mathematics?
- Proofs
- Applications
- In Plato’s name
- Counter-platonisms
- Disclosures
- References
- Preface to this edition
- Preface
- Preface
- Long run frequencies
- Support
- The long run
- The law of likelihood
- Statistical tests
- Theories of testing
- Random sampling
- The fiducial argument
- Estimation
- Point estimation
- Bayes' theory
- The subjective theory
- A Leibnizian Space
- Probability and Evidence By A. J. Ayer London: Macmillan, 1972, x + 144 pp., £3.50
- Relational Remembering: Rethinking the Memory Wars. By Sue Campbell. Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield, 2003.
- Statistical detective
- Probability
- The Neglect of Experiment. Allan Franklin
- The Uses of Experiment: Studies in the Natural Sciences. David Gooding , Trevor Pinch , Simon SchafferExperiment, Right or Wrong. Allan Franklin
- Science and Reality: Recent Work in the Philosophy of Science. James T. Cushing , C. F. Delaney , Gary M. Gutting
- Observation, Experiment, and Hypothesis in Modern Physical Science. Peter Achinstein , Owen Hannaway
- Killing Time: The Autobiography of Paul Feyerabend. Paul K. Feyerabend
- Preface
- Grounding Probabilities from below
- The Problem of Induction and its Solution. By Jerrold J. Katz. The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Ill., 1962. Pp. xiii+125. $3.75.
- Induction: some current issues. Edited by H. E. Kyburg Jr. and E. Nagel. Wesleyan U.P., Middletown, Conn., 1963. Pp. xxi+220. $10.00.
- Trust, dissent, and decision vectors
- On the ratio of science to activism in the shaping of autism
- VIII.—NEW BOOKS
- BOOK REVIEWS
- Sobre a taxonomia dos transtornos mentais (Resenha)
- The Question of Culture: Giulio Preti’s 1972 Debate with Michel Foucault Revisited
- Probability and Determinism, 1650–1900
- Culture: The Anthropologist’s Account by Adam Kuper
- Relational Remembering: Rethinking the Memory Wars (review)
- Why Is There Philosophy of Mathematics at All?
- Salmon's Vindication of Induction
- How Experiments End.
- Against Method (revised edition).
- The Emergence of Probability
- Deciphering Science and Technology: The Social Relations of Expertise.
- The Taming of Chance.
- Experience and Theory.
- Why does Language Matter to Philosophy?
- Data, Instruments and Theory: A Dialectical Approach to Understanding Science.
- Frege's Conception of Numbers as Objects.
- Why Does Language Matter to Philosophy?
- The Emergence of Probability.
- Exercises in Analysis.
- Jaakko Hintikka. On a combined system of inductive logic. Studia logico-mathematica et philosophica, in honorem Rolf Nevanlinna die natali eius septuagesimo 22. X. 1965. Acta philosophica Fennica, no. 18 (1965), pp. 21–30.
- Jaakko Hintikka. Towards a theory of inductive generalization. Logic, methodology and philosophy of science, Proceedings of the 1964 International Congress, edited by Yehoshua Bar-Hillel, Studies in logic and the foundations of mathematics, North-Holland Publishing Company, Amsterdam1965, pp. 274–288.
- Jaakko Hintikka. A two-dimensional continuum of inductive methods. Aspects of inductive logic, edited by Jaakko Hintikka and Patrick Suppes, Studies in logic and foundations of mathematics, North-Holland Publishing Company, Amsterdam1966, pp. 113–132.
- Marshall Swain. Editor's introduction. Induction, acceptance, and rational belief, edited by Marshall Swain, D. Reidel Publishing Company, Dordrecht-Holland, and Humanities Press, New York, 1970, pp. 1–5. - Frederic Schick. Three logics of belief. Induction, acceptance, and rational belief, edited by Marshall Swain, D. Reidel Publishing Company, Dordrecht-Holland, and Humanities Press, New York, 1970, pp. 6–26. - Marshall Swain. The consistency of rational belief. Induction, acceptance, and rational belief, edited by Marshall Swain, D. Reidel Publishing Company, Dordrecht-Holland, and Humanities Press, New York, 1970, pp. 27–54. - Henry E. KyburgJr., Conjunctivitis. Induction, acceptance, and rational belief, edited by Marshall Swain, D. Reidel Publishing Company, Dordrecht-Holland, and Humanities Press, New York, 1970, pp. 55–82. - Gilbert H. Harman. Induction. A discussion of the relevance of the theory of knowledge to the theory of induction (with a digression to the effect that neither deductive logic nor the probability calculus has anything to do with inference). Induction, acceptance, and rational belief, edited by Marshall Swain, D. Reidel Publishing Company, Dordrecht-Holland, and Humanities Press, New York, 1970, pp. 83–99. - Keith Lehrer. Justification, explanation, and induction. Induction, acceptance, and rational belief, edited by Marshall Swain, D. Reidel Publishing Company, Dordrecht-Holland, and Humanities Press, New York, 1970, pp. 100–133. - Isaac Levi. Probability and evidence. Induction, acceptance, and rational belief, edited by Marshall Swain, D. Reidel Publishing Company, Dordrecht-Holland, and Humanities Press, New York, 1970, pp. 134–156. - Richard C. Jeffrey. Dracula meets Wolfman: acceptance vs. partial belief. Induction, acceptance, and rational belief, edited by Marshall Swain, D. Reidel Publishing Company, Dordrecht-Holland, and Humanities Press, New York, 1970, pp. 157–185. - Ralph L. Slaght. Induction, acceptance, and rational belief: a selected bibliography. Induction, acceptance, and rational belief, edited by Marshall Swain, D. Reidel Publishing Company, Dordrecht-Holland, and Humanities Press, New York, 1970, pp. 186–227.
- Arthur W. Burks. Chance, cause, reason. An inquiry into the nature of scientific evidence. The University of Chicago Press, Chicago and London1977, xvi + 694 pp.
- The Taming of Chance.
- Logic of Statistical Inference.
- Bad Memories
- The Social Construction of What?
- The Social Construction of What?
- The Advancement of Science: Science Without Legend, Objectivity without Illusion.
- Logic of Statistical Inference.
- Rewriting the Soul: Multiple Personality and the Sciences of Memory.
- The Harmony of Illusions: Inventing Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
- L'émergence de la probabilité
- How "Natural" Are "Kinds" of Sexual Orientation?
- Logic of Statistical Inference
- Mad Travelers: Reflections on the Reality of Transient Mental Illnesses
- The Social Construction of What?
- On the Contingency of What Counts as “Mathematics”
- La invención y moldeamiento del abuso infantil
- Husserl on the Origins of Geometry
- Freud and the History of Psychoanalysis Toby Gelfand and John Kerr, eds.Freud and the History of Psychoanalysis Toby Gelfand and John Kerr, eds. Hillsdale, N.J.: The Analytic Press, 1992, xii + 397 p., $45.00 (US).
- Comment faire l'Histoire de la statistique ?
- A l'origne du seuil de pauvreté
- Un trouble aux mille visages
- Para-marx et « le monde (des sciences) »
- L’ontologie historique
- Ian Hacking, lauréat du prix Holberg 2009
- La philosophie de l’expérience : illustrations de l’ultrafroid
- Unspeakably more depends on what things are called than on what they are
- Response to Professor Blute
- Three Parables
- Probability and Determinism, 1650–1900
- Michel Foucault’s Immature Science
- Michel Foucault: Beyond Structuralism and Hermeneutics by Hubert L. Dreyfus and Paul Rabinow
- How Experiments End by Peter Galison
- Against Method & Farewell to Reason by Paul Feyerabend
- The Advancement of Science: Science without Legend, Objectivity without Illusion by Philip Kitcher
- Casimir Lewy 1919–1991

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