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1. Wigner, E. [1979] "The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics in the Natural Sciences." Originally the Richard Courant Lecture delivered at New York University in 1959. Reprinted in Symmetries and Reflections, Ox Bow Press, Woodbridge, Ct , p. 222-237
2. Steiner, M. [1998] The Applicability of Mathematics as a Philosophiocal Problem, Harvard U. Press, Cambridge, MA
3. Steiner [1998] p.5
4. Steiner [1998] p.2
5. van Fraassen, Bas C. [1989] Laws and Symmetry, Clarendon Press, Oxford
6. Roche, John J., [1987] "A Critical Study of Symmetry in Physics from Galileo to Newton" in Symmetries in Physics (1600-1980), eds. Doncel, Hermann, Michel and Pais, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Barcelona, p. 3-28
7. Quote from Roche [1987] p. 18
8. Cassirer, Ernst [1945], "Reflections on the Concept of Group and the Theory of Perception" in Symbol, Myth and Culture, [1979] Yale University Press, New Haven, p. 273
9. Castellani, Elena [1998], "Galilean Paricles: An Example of Constitution of Objects" in Interpreting Bodies, ed. E. Castellani, Princeton University Press, Princeton, p.182
10. Van Fraassen, Bas C. [1989], di Francia, G.T. [1998] "A world of individual objects" in Interpreting Bodies, ed. E. Castellani, Princeton University Press, Princeton
11. Redhead, M.L.G. [1975], "Symmetry in Intertheory Relations", Synthese, 32, 77-112. Quote on p.78.

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