- “The Emergence of a Research Programme in Genetics”, in Lorenzano, P., Martins, L.A.-C.P. and A.C. Regner (eds.), History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences in the South Cone, London: College Publications, 2013, pp. 145-171. ISBN 978-1-84890-106-3.
This paper has a double purpose. First, it seeks to expose some of the conceptual and methodological changes that took place within the study of the problems of heredity during the first decade of the twentieth century and lead to the appearance of the first defined research programme in genetics through the theoretical developments known by the name of “Mendelism” due to Bateson and his collaborators. Second, it seeks to characterize such programme.