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Let us say, then, that both the realist and the antirealist accept the results of scientific investigations as "true," on a par wi ...
The conclusion suggested by these arguments might be called the paradox of theorizing. It asserts that if the terms and the genera ...
Let us note here that the same formal analysis ... applies to scientific prediction as well as to explanation. The difference betw ...
If the question is put to me would I rather have a miserable ape for a grandfather or a man highly endowed by nature and possessed ...
As in political revolutions, so in paradigm choice--there is no standard higher than the assent of the relevant community. To disc ...
The great scientific achievements are research programmes which can be evaluated in terms of progressive and degenerative problems ...
In so far as a scientific statement speaks about reality, it must be falsifiable; and in so far as it is not falsifiable, it does ...
Can a society in which thought and technique are scientific persist for a long period, as, for example, ancient Egypt persisted, o ...
The success of current scientific theories is no miracle. It is not even surprising to the scientific (Darwinist) mind. For any sc ...
To develop an empiricist account of science is to depict it as involving a search for truth only about the empirical world, about ...
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