The Structure of Science: Problems in the Logic of Scientific Explanation

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Hackett Publishing Company, 1979 - Science - 618 pages
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"Recent controversies between analytic and historic-sociological approaches to the philosophy of science have not diminished its significance; in fact, it seems to me that the pragmatic component in Nagel's have not diminished its significance; in fact, it seems to me that the pragmatic component in Nagel's thinking may be helpful for efforts to develop a rapprochement between the contending schools." -- Carl G Hempel

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Ernest Nagel was John Dewey Professor of Philosophy at Columbia University.

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