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Presentation 13 CHAPTER I An epistemic approach to the emergence of Operational Research as a business tool. 17 CHAPTER 2 PMS Blackett and the Emergence of quantitative business analysis: a semiotic approach. 57 CHAPTER 3 The Paratextual side: Language and texts in the emergence of quantitative analysis. 87 CHAPTER 4 R. A. Fisher: experiments and mathematics, a multidisciplinary view. III CHAPTER 5 Statistical methods for research workers: an epistemology not a methodology. 165 CHAPTER 6 Genetic theory of Natural Selection: A Parallel Case Study to business applications or Science in Action. 191 CHAPTER 7 Kantorovich and Applied Mathematics: A Case Study in business development (cognitive rhetoric). 209 CHAPTER 8 Latin America: A Case Study for Strategic Planning. 245 Conclusion 273 Bibliography 277