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Encyclopedia > Richard Muller

For Richard Müller, the German dentist who blew up his wife and car, see Richard Müller (murderer).
For Richard A. Muller, California physicist, see Richard A. Muller (physicist), his home page (http://muller.lbl.gov/).
For Richard S. Muller, California engineer, see Richard S. Muller (engineer), his home page (http://www-bsac.eecs.berkeley.edu/~muller/).

Richard Müller (born September 6, 1961) is a Slovak singer and musician.

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Richard S. Muller | EECS at UC Berkeley (774 words)
Muller changed his research focus in the late 1970s to the general area now known as microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), and he joined in 1986 with colleague Professor Richard M. White to found the Berkeley Sensor and Actuator Center (BSAC), an NSF/Industry/University Cooperative Research Center.
Professor Muller is the author or co-author of more than 300 research papers and technical presentations and of 19 issued patents.
Muller, T. Kamins, and M. Chan, Device Electronics for Integrated Circuits, 3rd ed., New York, NY: John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 2003.
Reply to Richard Muller and David Wells (4124 words)
Muller himself, in effect, employs a biblical veto against the historiography of Strauss, Ritschl, Harnack, and the modern advocates of “discontinuity,” for he considers them theologically biased, and he rejects their particular bias, presumably because of its unscripturality.
Muller defends a certain kind of autonomy in the area of historiography by saying that “the alternative is a theologically controlled method that predetermines the result of an investigation and that, therefore, never offers the wandering systematic theologian a fixed documentary point from which to critique his own expertise.”
Muller, “The Study of Theology Revisited: A Response to John Frame,” WTJ 56:2 (Fall, 1994), 409-417.
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