1. Is It about Time?
  2. Donna R. Gabaccia
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  1. Transformational Organizations and a Burst of Scientific Breakthroughs: The Institut Pasteur and Biomedicine, 1889–1919
  2. Jerald Hage, Jonathon Mote
  3. pp. 13-46
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  1. Pioneers of the Modern Lifestyle?: Childless Couples in the Early-Twentieth-Century Netherlands
  2. Jan Van Bavel, Jan Kok
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  1. Social Science as If History Mattered: Reflections on Ruling Oneself Out
  2. Howard Kimeldorf
  3. pp. 75-81
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  1. Interest, Collusion, and Alignment: A Critical Evaluation of Ruling Oneself Out
  2. Ari Adut
  3. pp. 83-89
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  1. Abdication, Collective Alignment, and the Problem of Directionality
  2. John R. Hall
  3. pp. 91-96
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  1. Motives and Alignments: Response to Kimeldorf’s, Adut’s, and Hall’s Comments on Ruling Oneself Out
  2. Ivan Ermakoff
  3. pp. 97-109
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 111-112
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