Experiments in Particle Physics in the Twentieth Century
A valuable contribution to the literature on the history and philosophy of science and specifically to the philosophy of scientific experimentation, the discipline of which Franklin is one of the outstanding scholars and founders. . . . A solid work on experiments in physics and experimental epistemic strategies, revealing transformations of epistemic norms in particle physics and portraying them as seen through a physicist's lens. . . . The book can be recommended not only to historians and philosophers of science but also to reflexive practicing scientists as a catalyst to help them examine themselves.