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0.36 N. David Mermin, The (Non)World (Non)View of Quantum Mechanics, New Literary History, 1992.
0.32 Jessica Riskin, The Defecating Duck or the Ambiguous Origins of Artificial Life, Critical Inquiry, 2003.
0.30 Peter Galison, Einstein's Clocks: The Place of Time, Critical Inquiry, 2000.
0.29 Simon Schaffer, Self Evidence, Critical Inquiry, 1992.
0.26 Lorraine Daston, Enlightenment Calculations, Critical Inquiry, 1994.
0.25 James Miller, The Voice in Tourette Syndrome, New Literary History, 2001.
0.25 Simon Schaffer, Babbage's Intelligence: Calculating Engines and the Factory System, Critical Inquiry, 1994.
0.24 Mario Biagioli, Etiquette Interdependence and Sociability in Seventeenth-Century Science, Critical Inquiry, 1996.
0.23 Norman F. Ramsey, Cultural Changes Resulting from Masers and Lasers, New Literary History, 1992.
0.22 Philip Morrison, Beyond Atoms and the Void, New Literary History, 1992.
0.21 Stefan Andriopoulos, Psychic Television, Critical Inquiry, 2005.
0.20 A. Zee, Symmetry and the Search for Beauty in Modern Physics, New Literary History, 1992.
0.20 Matthew L. Jones, Descartes's Geometry as Spiritual Exercise, Critical Inquiry, 2001.
0.19 Fernando Vidal, Brains Bodies Selves and Science: Anthropologies of Identity and the Resurrection of the Body, Critical Inquiry, 2002.
0.19 Andrew Zimmerman, The Ideology of the Machine and the Spirit of the Factory: Remarx on Babbage and Ure, Cultural Critique, 1997.
0.18 John D. Barrow, The Evolution of the Universe, New Literary History, 1991.
0.18 Val Dusek, Philosophy of Math and Physics in the Sokal Affair, Social Text, 1997.
0.18 Alan D. Sokal, Transgressing the Boundaries: Toward a Transformative Hermeneutics of Quantum Gravity, Social Text, 1996.
0.18 Lorraine Daston, Marvelous Facts and Miraculous Evidence in Early Modern Europe, Critical Inquiry, 1991.
0.18 Ricardo L. Nirenberg David Nirenberg, Badiou's Number: A Critique of Mathematics as Ontology, Critical Inquiry, 2011.
0.18 Strother B. Purdy, Technopoetics: Seeing What Literature Has to Do with the Machine, Critical Inquiry, 1984.
0.17 Michel Serres, Origin of Geometry IV, Diacritics, 1978.
0.17 John Canaday, "The Sense of Option in Knowledge": The Blegdamsvej Faust and Quantum Mechanics, Social Text, 1999.
0.17 Ricardo L. Nirenberg David Nirenberg, III

Reply to Badiou Bartlett and Clemens, Critical Inquiry, 2012.
0.15 Rutherford Aris, Complementary Viewpoints: Some Thoughts on Binocular Vision in Mathematical Modeling and Latin Paleography, New Literary History, 1995.
0.14 Ronald Schleifer, The Poetics of Tourette Syndrome: Language Neurobiology and Poetry, New Literary History, 2001.
0.14 Tracy B. Strong, How to Write Scripture: Words Authority and Politics in Thomas Hobbes, Critical Inquiry, 1993.
0.13 James H. Bunn, Availing the Physics of Least Action, New Literary History, 1995.
0.13 Londa Schiebinger, Feminine Icons: The Face of Early Modern Science, Critical Inquiry, 1988.
0.13 Mary Poovey, Figures of Arithmetic Figures of Speech: The Discourse of Statistics in the 1830s, Critical Inquiry, 1993.
0.13 , Erratum: The (Non)World (Non)View of Quantum Mechanics, New Literary History, 1993.
0.12 Anne Brubaker, Between Metaphysics and Method: Mathematics and the Two Canons of Theory, New Literary History, 2008.
0.12 John Taggart, From Dodeka: A Second Plait a Bracelet, boundary 2, 1978.
0.12 Daniel Cottom, On the Dignity of Tables, Critical Inquiry, 1988.
0.11 Lisa Jean Moore, Extracting Men from Semen: Masculinity in Scientific Representations of Sperm, Social Text, 2002.
0.11 Frans De Bruyn, The Classical Silva and the Generic Development of Scientific Writing in Seventeenth-Century England, New Literary History, 2001.
0.10 Jeremy Adler, From Pythagorean Sonnet Sequence, boundary 2, 1999.
0.10 C. Truesdell, The Scholar: A Species Threatened by Professions, Critical Inquiry, 1976.
0.10 Betina Zolkower, Math Fictions: What Really Solves the Problem?, Social Text, 1995.