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"Citation text" is a predefined property that contains a preformatted text and is provided by the Semantic Cite extension. This property is pre-deployed (also known as special property) and comes with additional administrative privileges but can be used just like any other user-defined property.

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Abbott et al. (2016) +Abbott, Benjamin. (2016) Observation of Gravitational Waves from a Binary Black Hole Merger. ''Physical Review lettters'' 116, 061102-1-15. Retrieved from https://journals.aps.org/prl/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevLett.116.061102.  +
Adamson (2015) +Adamson, Peter. (2015) Al-Kindi. In [[Zalta (Ed.) (2016)]]. Retrieved from https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/al-kindi/#GreInf.  +
Aiton (1958) +Aiton, Eric J. (1958) The Vortex Theory of Planetary Motion. ''Annals of Science'' 14, 157-172.  +
Allain (2016) +Allain, Rhett. (2016) Using Gravitational Waves to Pinpoint Colliding Black Holes. ''Wired''. Retrieved from http://www.wired.com/2016/02/using-gravitational-waves-to-pinpoint-colliding-black-holes/.  +
Allen (1988) +Allen, Paul. (1988) ''Ernan McMullin and Critical Realism in the Science-Theology Dialogue.'' Ashgate Publishing Limited.  +
Allén (Ed.) (1989) +Allén, Sture. (Ed.). (1989) ''Possible Worlds in Humanities, Arts and Sciences: Proceedings of Nobel Symposium 65.'' De Gruyter.  +
Anagnostopoulos (2009) +Anagnostopoulos, Georgios. (2009) Aristotle's Life. In [[Anagnostopoulos (Ed.) (2009)]], 3-13.  +
Anagnostopoulos (Ed.) (2009) +Anagnostopoulos, Georgios. (Ed.). (2009) ''A Companion To Aristotle.'' Wiley-Blackwell.  +
Anagnostopoulos and Miller (Eds.) (2013) +Anagnostopoulos, Georgios and Miller, Fred D. (Eds.). (2013) ''Reason and Analysis in Ancient Greek Philosophy: Essays in Honor of David Keyt.'' Springer.  +
Andersen and Hepburn (2015) +Andersen, Hanne and Hepburn, Brian. (2015) Scientific Method. In [[Zalta (Ed.) (2016)]]. Retrieved from http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/scientific-method/.  +
Anderson (1983) +Anderson, Paul. (1983) Marketing, Scientific Progress, and Scientific Method. ''Journal of Marketing'' 47 (4), 18-31.  +
Annas and Barnes (Eds.) (1985) +Annas, Julia and Barnes, Jonathan. (Eds.). (1985) ''The Modes of Scepticism: Ancient Texts and Modern Interpretations.'' Cambridge University Press.  +
Anstey (2011) +Anstey, Peter. (2011) ''John Locke and Natural Philosophy.'' Oxford University Press.  +
Arabatzis (2006) +Arabatzis, Theodore. (2006) ''Representing Electrons: A Biographical Approach to Theoretical Entities.'' University Of Chicago Press.  +
Arabatzis and Schickore (2012) +Arabatzis, Theodore and Schickore, Jutta. (2012) Ways of Integrating History and Philosophy of Science. ''Perspectives on Science'' 20 (4), 395-408.  +
Ariew (1986) +Ariew, Roger. (1986) Descartes as a Critic of Galileo's Scientific Methodology. ''Synthese'' 67 (1), 77-90.  +
Ariew (1992) +Ariew, Roger. (1992) Descartes and scholasticism: The intellectual background to Decartes' thought. In [[Cottingham (Ed.) (1992)]], 58-90.  +
Aristotle (1963) +Aristotle. (1964) ''Categories and De Interpretatione.'' Oxford: Oxford University Press.  +
Aristotle (1983) +Aristotle. (1983) ''De Generatione et Corruptione.'' Oxford: Oxford University Press.  +
Aristotle (1983a) +Aristotle. (1983) ''Physics Books III and IV.'' Oxford: Oxford University Press.  +
Aristotle (1984) +Aristotle. (1984) ''Complete Works of Aristotle, Volume 1: The Revised Oxford Translation.'' Princeton University Press.  +
Aristotle (1984b) +Aristotle. (1984) ''Physics Books I and II.'' Oxford: Oxford University Press.  +
Aristotle (1988) +Aristotle. (1988) ''Metaphysics Books M and N.'' Oxford: Oxford University Press.  +
Aristotle (1992) +Aristotle. (1992) ''De Partibus Animalium I and De Generatione Animalium I.'' Oxford: Oxford University Press.  +
Aristotle (1992b) +Aristotle. (1992) ''Eudemian Ethics Books I, II, and VIII, Second Edition.'' Oxford: Oxford University Press.  +
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