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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  16 September 2022

Mary S. Morgan
Affiliation:
London School of Economics and Political Science
Kim M. Hajek
Affiliation:
London School of Economics and Political Science
Dominic J. Berry
Affiliation:
London School of Economics and Political Science

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Narrative Science
Reasoning, Representing and Knowing since 1800
, pp. viii - ix
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2022

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  1. 3.1The ‘big five’ mass extinctions

  2. 3.2Graph of percentage extinction of fossil marine families for each geologic stage of the past 250 million years

  3. 3.3Stratigraphic ranges of 21 lineages (i.e., species genus Linnaeus) of ammonites found at Zumaya, Spain

  4. 3.4Thought experiment on causes of extinction

  5. 4.1Location map of the Stac Fada outcrop

  6. 4.2Ball-shaped accretionary lapilli on the surface of a Stac Fada Member outcrop

  7. 4.3Photomicrograph of a shocked quartz grain from the Stac Fada Member

  8. 4.4The impactoclastic emplacement of the Stac Fada ejecta blanket

  9. 5.1Cutaway view of Tohoku fault

  10. 5.2Representation of the time progression of the rupture for the 2011 Tohoku earthquake

  11. 5.3Comparison of slip according to 45 different source models of the Tohoku earthquake

  12. 6.1Iron pyrites (left) and chalk charms (right) from the burial of a female, dated to 3600 bce

  13. 6.2Schematic representation of narrative reasoning in archaeological chronologies for British prehistory

  14. 7.1Phaseolus multiflorus

  15. 7.2aAuxanometer

  16. 7.2bHorace Darwin’s self-recording auxanometer

  17. 7.2cExperimental design for Charles Darwin and Francis Darwin’s plant nutation observations

  18. 7.3aVicia faba

  19. 7.3bBrassica oleracea

  20. 7.3cBrassica oleracea

  21. 8.1Piddington’s storm card, 1848

  22. 8.2S. B. Luce’s recreation of the storm card, from The Textbook of Seamanship (1891)

  23. 9.1The Town of Kulawund, partly ruined, near Kifri

  24. 9.2Photograph of a fossil collected by Thomas in Yorkshire

  25. 10.1Plain marsupial tree

  26. 10.2Filigreed marsupial tree

  27. 10.3Vertebrate tree at the University of Kansas Natural History Museum

  28. 10.4Great ape tree

  29. 13.1Modern representation of Robinson’s ‘landmark’ synthesis of tropinone

  30. 13.2Robinson’s original representation of ‘A Synthesis of Tropinone’

  31. 14.1Section of a chart provided by the Bombay Plague Committee for 1896–97

  32. 14.2A ‘progress map’ of the plague in Bombay in 1897 and 1898

  33. 14.3Map used by Ernest Hill to demonstrate the correlation of rat plague and human cases, Durban 1903

  34. 16.1Patterns of expression of different promoters transferred to three plants

  35. 20.1Flatfish (flounder) topside

  36. 20.2Still life by Jan van Kessel the Elder

  37. 20.3A depiction of eye migration in starry flounder larvae, that also illustrates Darwin’s suggested evolutionary account of the flatfish eye

  38. 20.4Branching-tree representation of narrative-worthy stories

  39. 20.5Branching time representation of flatfish evolution

  40. 21.1Conjunction of reasons justifying an evolutionary hypothesis

  41. 21.2A fortiori rationale behind the charge of unwarranted reductionism

  42. 21.3A fortiori rationale behind the charge of prescriptive insufficiency

  43. 22.1A representation of lines of force surrounding a bar magnet with north and south poles

  44. 22.2(a) and (b) Current-carrying coil and Faraday’s depiction of the relation of electric current lines

  45. 22.3Maxwell’s abstract theory of the electrotonic state

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