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Norton, John D. (2017) How to Built an Infinite Lottery Machine. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2016) The Impossible Process: Thermodynamic Reversibility. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2016) The Worst Thought Experiment. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Norton, John D. (2016) Thermodynamically Reversible Processes in Statistical Physics. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2016) A Demonstration of the Incompleteness of Calculi of Inductive Inference. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2016) How Einstein Did Not Discover. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2015) Replicability of Experiment. THEORIA. An International Journal for Theory, History and Foundations of Science, 30 (2). pp. 229-248. ISSN 2171-679X

Norton, John D. (2015) The Ideal of the Completeness of Calculi of Inductive Inference: An Introductory Guide to its Failure. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2014) Invariance of Galileo’s Law of Fall under a Change of the Unit of Time. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2014) Curie’s Truism. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Norton, John D. (2014) The Simplest Exorcism of Maxwell's Demon: The Quantum Version. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2013) Brownian Computation is Thermodynamically Irreversible. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2013) The Burning Fuse Model of Unbecoming in Time. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Norton, John D. (2013) The End of the Thermodynamics of Computation: A No Go Result. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Beisbart, Claus and Norton, John D. (2012) Why Monte Carlo Simulations are Inferences and not Experiments. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2012) Einstein as the Greatest of the Nineteenth Century Physicists. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Norton, John D. (2012) Challenges to Bayesian Confirmation Theory. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2012) Chasing the Light: Einstein's Most Famous Thought Experiment. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2012) Cosmic Confusions: Not Supporting versus Supporting Not-. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2012) Dense and Sparse Meaning Spaces. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2012) Paradoxes of Sailing. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2012) Philosophy in Einstein's Science. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2012) What can we Learn about the Ontology of Space and Time from the Theory of Relativity. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2012) Infinite Idealizations. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. and Roberts, Bryan W. (2012) Galileo's Refutation of the Speed-Distance Law of Fall Rehabilitated. Centaurus, 54 (2). pp. 148-164.

Norton, John D. and Roberts, Bryan W. (2012) The Scaling of Speeds and Distances in Galileo’s Two New Sciences: A reply to Palmerino and Laird. Centaurus, 54 (2). pp. 182-191.

Norton, John D. (2011) Waiting for Landauer. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2011) Approximation and Idealization: Why the Difference Matters. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2010) Little Boxes: The Simplest Demonstration of the Failure of Einstein’s Attempt to Show the Incompleteness of Quantum Theory. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2009) A Material Solution to the Problem of Induction. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2009) The Inductive Significance of Observationally Indistinguishable Spacetimes. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Norton, John D. (2008) Is There an Independent Principle of Causality in Physics? A Comment on Matthias Frisch, “Causal Reasoning in Physics.”. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Norton, John D. (2008) There are No Universal Rules for Induction. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Norton, John D. (2007) Disbelief as the Dual of Belief. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2007) Einstein’s Miraculous Argument of 1905: The Thermodynamic Grounding of Light Quanta. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2007) History of Science and the Material Theory of Induction: Einstein’s Quanta, Mercury’s Perihelion. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Norton, John D. (2007) Why Constructive Relativity Fails. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Norton, John D. (2006) Discovering the Relativity of Simultaneity How did Einstein take "The Step"? [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2006) Do the Causal Principles of Modern Physics Contradict Causal Anti-Fundamentalism? [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2006) Probability Disassembled. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2006) The Dome: An Unexpectedly Simple Failure of Determinism. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Norton, John D. (2006) Ignorance and Indifference. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Norton, John D. (2006) Induction without Probabilities. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Norton, John D. (2005) Atoms, Entropy, Quanta: Einstein’s Miraculous Argument of 1905. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2004) How Hume and Mach Helped Einstein Find Special Relativity. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2004) Einstein’s Investigations of Galilean Covariant Electrodynamics prior to 1905. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2004) Eaters of the Lotus: Landauer's Principle and the Return of Maxwell's Demon. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2003) A Little Survey of Induction. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2003) The Formal Equivalence of Grue and Green and How It Undoes the New Riddle of Induction. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2003) Must Evidence Underdetermine Theory? [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2003) Causation as Folk Science. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2003) A Material Theory of Induction. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2003) A Material Theory of Induction. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2003) Causation as Folk Science (The Italian Translation). UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)

Norton, John D. (2002) Why Thought Experiments Do Not Transcend Empiricism. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2002) On Thought Experiments: Is There More to the Argument? [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2001) Einstein's Triumph over the Spacetime Coordinate System:. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2001) General Covariance, Gauge Theories and the Kretschmann Objection. [Preprint]

Norton, John D. (2001) What Can We Learn About the Ontology of Space and Time from the Theory of Relativity? A Synopsis. [Preprint]

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