Prof. Dr. Jürgen Renn

gem. mit Pietro Daniel Omodeo, Science in Court Society: Giovanni Battista Benedetti’s Diversarum speculationum mathematicarum et physicarum liber (Turin, 1585), Berlin: Edition Open Access 2019.

gem. mit S. Brentjes (Hg.), Globalization of Knowledge in the Post-Antique Mediterranean, 700–1500, London: Ashgate 2016; darin: J. Renn und S. Brentjes, „The Arabic Transmission of Knowledge on the Balance“.

gem. mit P. D. Omodeo, Giovan Battista Benedetti’s „Diversarum speculationum mathematicarum et physicarum liber“ (Turin, 1585), Berlin: Edition Open Access 2015.

gem. mit A. Blum, K. Gavroglu und C. Joas (Hg.), Shifting Paradigms: Thomas S. Kuhn and the History of Science, Berlin: Edition Open Access 2015; darin: P. D. Omodeo, „Copernicus as Kuhn’s παράδειγμα παραδειγμάτων: The Epistemological Dimension of The Copernican Revolution“.

“The evolution of knowledge: rethinking science in the Anthropocene”, in: HoST – Journal of History of Science and Technology, 12(1) (2018), S. 1–22.

Jürgen Renn, et al.: “Mental models as cognitive instruments in the transformation of knowledge”, in: Emergence and expansion of pre-classical mechanics, hg. v. Rivka Feldhay, et al., (Boston Studies in the Philosophy and History of Science, 333), Dordrecht: Springer 2018, S. 3–28.

gem. mit Manfred Laubichler, „Extended Evolution and the History of Knowledge: Problems, Perspectives, and Case Studies“, in: Integrated History and Philosophy of Science, hg. v. Friedrich Stadler, (Vienna Circle Institute Yearbook, 20), Cham: Springer Nature 2017, S. 109–125.

gem. mit P. D. Omodeo, „Guidobaldo Del Monte’s Controversy with Giovan Battista Benedetti on Positional Heaviness,“ in: Guidobaldo del Monte (1545–1607): Theory and Practice of the Mathematical Disciplines from Urbino to Europe, hg. v. A. Becchi, D. Bertoloni Meli und E. Gamba, Berlin: Edition Open Access 2013, S. 53–94.