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STEPHEN EDELSTON TOULMIN (1922 - 2009)

Faculty Page (Department of Anthropology, University of Southern California)
Faculty Page (College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, University of Southern California)
Faculty Page (Centre for Multiethnic and Transnational Studies, University of Southern California)

CONFERENCES

  • Collingwood and Toulmin, Mind and Society 14, University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan University, September 4-6, 2008

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  • Anthologies:

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  • Edited Works:

    • Physical Reality: Philosophical Essays on Twentieth-Century Physics.  New York: Harper and Row, 1970.

  • Selected Individual Works:

    • Return to Reason.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 2001.

    • Cosmopolis: the Hidden Agenda of Modernity.  Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1990.
    • The Abuse of Casuistry: a History of Moral Reasoning.  By Toulmin and Alfred Jonsen.  Berkeley: U of California P, 1988.
    • The Inner Life, the Outer Mind.  Worcester: Clark UP, 1985.
    • "Pluralism and Responsibility in Post-Modern Science: a Seminar with Stephen E. Toulmin."  Science, Technology, and Human Values 10.1 (1985): 28–37.
    • "Cosmology as Science and as Religion."  On Nature.  Ed. Leroy S. Rouner.  Notre Dame: U of Notre Dame P, 1984.  27–41.
    • "The Construal of Reality: Criticism in Modern and Postmodern Science."  Critical Inquiry 9 (1982): 93–111.
    • The Return to Cosmology: Postmodern Science and the Theology of Nature.  Berkeley: U of California P, 1982.
    • "The Emergence of Post-Modern Science."  The Great Ideas Today, 1981Ed. Robert M. Hutchins and Mortimer J. Adler.  Chicago: Encyclopedia Brittanica, 1981.  69–114.

    • "The Tyranny of Principles."  Hasting Report (1981): 31-39.

    • "How Can We Reconnect the Sciences with the Foundations of Ethics."  Knowing and Valuing: the Search for Common Roots.  Ed. H. Tristram Engelhardt, Jr. and Daniel Callahan.  Hastings-on-Hudson: Hastings Center, 1980.  44–64.

    • An Introduction to Reasoning.  By Toulmin, Richard Reike, and Allan Janik.  London: Macmillan, 1979.

    • "The Inwardness of Mental Life."  Critical Inquiry 6 (1979): 1–16.
    • "Psychoanalysis, Physics, and the Mind-Body Problem."  Annual of Psychoanalysis 6 (1978): 315–336.
    • "You Norman, Me Saxon."  Encounter 50.3 (1978): 89–93.
    • "Epistemology and Developmental Psychology."  Noûs 11.1 (1977): 51-53.
    • "From Form to Function: Philosophy and History of Science in the 1950s and Now."  Daedalus 106 (1977): 143–162.
    • "History, Praxis and the 'Third World': Ambiguities in Lakatos’ Theory of Methodology."  Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science 39 (1976): 655–675.
    • Knowing and Acting: an Introduction to Philosophy.  London: Macmillan, 1976.
    • "Logic and the Criticism of Arguments."  The Rhetoric of Western Thought.  Ed. James L. Golden, Goodwin F. Berquist, and William E. Coleman.  Dubuque, IA: Kendall-Hunt, 1976.  265-77.
      • The Rhetorical Tradition: Readings from Classical Times to the Present.  Ed. Patricia Bizzell and Bruce Herzberg.  New York: Bedford, 2000.  1429-1431.
    • "Logic and the Theory of Mind."  By Toulmin and Carole Feldman.  Nebraska Symposium on Motivation 23 (1976): 409–476.
    • "The Twin Moralities of Science."  Science and Society: Past, Present, and Future.  Ed. Nicholas H. Steneck.  Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P, 1975.  111–124.
    • "Rationality and Scientific Discovery."  Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science 20 (1974): 387–406.
    • "Scientific Strategies and Historical Change."  Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science 11 (1974): 401–414.
    • "Rationality and the Changing Aims of Inquiry."  Proceedings of the Fourth International Congress for Logic, Methodology, and Philosophy of Science.  Amsterdam: North-Holland, 1973.  885–903.
    • Wittgenstein’s Vienna.  By Toulmin and Alan Janik.  New York: Simon and Schuster, 1973.
    • "The Historical Background to the Anti-Science Movement."  Civilization and Science: in Conflict or Collaboration?.   Amsterdam: Associated Scientific Publishers, 1972.  23–32.
    • Human Understanding.
      • The Collective Use and Evolution of Concepts.  Vol. 1.  Oxford: Clarendon, 1972.
    • "Rationality and Scientific Discovery."  PSA: Proceedings of the Biennial Meeting of the Philosophy of Science Association (1972): 387-406.
    • "Brain and Language: a Commentary."  Synthese 22 (1971): 369–395.
    • "Rediscovering History: New Directions in Philosophy of Science."  Encounter 36.1 (1971): 53–64.
    • "Does the Distinction between Normal and Revolutionary Science Hold Water?"  Criticism and the Growth of Knowledge Ed. Imre Lakatos and Alan Musgrave.  Cambridge: CUP, 1970.  39–47.
    • "From Logical Systems to Conceptual Populations."  PSA: Proceedings of the Biennial Meeting of the Philosophy of Science Association (1970): 552-564.
    • "From Logical Analysis to Conceptual History."  The Legacy of Logical Positivism: Studies in the Philosophy of Science.   Ed. Peter Achinstein and Stephen F. Barker.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1969.  25–52.
    • "Conceptual revolutions in science."  Synthese 17 (1967): 75–91.
    • "The Evolutionary Development of Natural Science."  American Scientist 55 (1967): 456–471.
    • "Neuroscience and Human Understanding."  The Neurosciences.  Ed. Gardner C. Quarton, Theodore Melnuchuk, and Francis O. Schmitt.  New York: Rockefeller UP, 1967.  822–832.
    • "The Plausibility of Theories."  Journal of Philosophy 63 (1966): 624–627.
    • The Discovery of Time.  By Toulmin and June Goodfield.  London: Hutchinson, 1965.
    • "Philosophy and the History of Science."  Vol. 1 of Proc. 10th Int. Congr. Hist. Sci. (Ithaca, 1962).  Paris: Hermann, 1964.  225–230.
    • "Science and our Intellectual Tradition."  Advancement of Science 20 (1963): 28–34.
    • The Architecture of Matter.  By Toulmin and June Goodfield.  New York: Harper & Row, 1962.
    • "Historical Inference in Science: Geology as a Model for Cosmology."  Monist 47 (1962): 142–158.
    • The Fabric of the Heavens.  By Toulmin and June Goodfield.  London: Hutchinson, 1961.
    • Foresight and Understanding: an Enquiry into the Aims of Science.  Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1961.
    • "Seventeenth Century Science and the Arts."  Seventeenth Century Science and the Arts.  Ed. Hedley Howell Rhys.  Princeton: Princeton UP, 1961.  3–28.
    • The Uses of Argument.  Cambridge: CUP, 1958.

      • The Rhetorical Tradition: Readings from Classical Times to the Present.  Ed. Patricia Bizzell and Bruce Herzberg.  New York: Bedford, 2000.  1413-1429.

    • "Contemporary Scientific Mythology."  Metaphysical Beliefs: Three Essays.  Ed. Alasdair MacIntyre.  London: SCM, 1957.  11–81.

    • The Philosophy of Science: an Introduction.  London: Hutchinson, 1953.

    • An Examination of the Place of Reason in Ethics. Cambridge: CUP, 1950.

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SOURCES: SECONDARY

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  • Anthologies:

    • Hitchcock, David, and B. Verheij, eds.  Arguing on the Toulmin Model: New Essays in Argument Analysis and Evaluation.  Dordrecht: Springer, 2006.

  • Selected Individual Works:

    • Bové, Paul A.  "The Rationality of Disciplines: the Abstract Understanding of Stephen Toulmin."  After Foucault: Humanistic Knowledge, Postmodern Challenges.  Ed. Jonathan Arac.  New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers UP, 1988.  42-70.

    • Brockriede, Wayne, and Douglas Ehninger.  "Toulmin on Argument: an Interpretation and Application."  Quarterly Journal of Speech 46 (1960): 44-53.

    • Castaneda, H. N.  "On a Proposed Revolution in Logic."  Philosophy of Science 27 (1960): 279-92.
    • Cooley, J. C.  "On Mr. Toulmin's Revolution in Logic."  The Journal of Philosophy 56 (1959): 297-319.

    • Cowan, Joseph L.  "The Uses of Argument -- an Apology for Logic."  Mind 73 (1964): 27-45.

    • Ehninger, Douglas, and Wayne Brockriede.  Decision by Debate.  New York: Dodd, Mead, 1963.
    • Hample, Dale.  "The Toulmin Model and the Syllogism."  Readings in Argumentation.  Ed. Benoit, Dale Hample, and Pamela J. Benoit.  Berlin: Foris, 1992.  225-238.
    • Freeman, James B.  Dialectics and the Macrostructure of Argument.  New York: Foris, 1991.
    • Karbach, Joan.  "Using Toulmin's Model of Argumentation."  Journal of Teaching Writing 6 (1987): 81-91.
    • Keene, Michael L.  "Teaching Toulmin Logic."  Teaching English in the Two-Year College 5 (1979): 193-98.

    • Kneupper, Charles W.  "Teaching Argument: an Introduction to the Toulmin Model."  College Composition and Communication 29 (1978): 237-41.
    • Kneupper, Charles W.  "The Tyranny of Logic and the Freedom of Argumentation."  PRE/TEXT 5 (1984): 113-21.

    • Leary, David E.  “Stephen E. Toulmin.”   Thinkers of the 20th Century.  By Elizabeth Devine, et al.  Detroit: Gale Research Publications; London: Macmillan Press, 1984.  571-573.

    • Lewis, Albert L.  "Stephen Toulmin: a Reappraisal."  Central States Speech Journal 23 (1972): 48-55.
    • Manicas, Peter.  "On Toulmin's Contribution to Logic and Argumentation."  Journal of the American Forensic Association 3 (1966): 83-94.
    • Stygall, Gail.  "Toulmin and the Ethics of Argument Fields: Teaching Writing and Argument."  Journal of Teaching Writing 6 (1987): 93-107.
    • Trent, Jimmie D.  "Toulmin's Model of and Argument: an Examination and Extension."  Quarterly Journal of Speech 54 (1968): 252-259.
    • Willard, Charles Arthur.  "Some Questions about Toulmin's View of Argument Fields."  Proceedings of the Summer Conference on Argumentation.  Ed. Jack Rhodes and Sara Newell.  1980. 

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