Philosophy Of Science

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Taylor & Francis, Jan 7, 2002 - Philosophy - 328 pages
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An up-to-date, clear but rigorous introduction to the philosophy of science offering an indispensable grounding in the philosophical understanding of science and its problems. The book pays full heed to the neglected but vital conceptual issues such as the nature of scientific laws, while balancing and linking this with a full coverage of epistemological problems such as our knowledge of such laws.

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This is a very solid introduction to some aspects of the philosophy of science. This book is particularly strong when it comes to explaining and critiquing induction and scientific method. (It is less ... Read full review

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Bird is lecturer of philosophy, University of Edinburgh.

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