2011 0-7734-1481-9 The book is a history and philosophy of Galileo's inclined plane experiment. It deploys an integrated historical pragmatist methodology to reflect on what we can learn from those events and their significance for our understanding of experimental practice in science.
2008 0-7734-5018-1 This book explores the innovative methodology—experimental philosophy of Galileo. The author’s own methodology consists of identifying frameworks of dependencies that bond texts within broader traditions and in articulating the consequences of assumptions in rendering texts meaningful to historical actors.
In addition to the text of this book,
readers are invited to consult the corresponding website of the Experimental
History and Philosophy of Science Research Unit at the
University of Pittsburgh (www.exphps.org). This website contains a
series of videos illustrating some recently performed reconstructions
of Galileo’s experiments and a 68 page-long report of the team’s
reenactment of them.