Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science VIII
J.E. Fenstad, I.T. Frolov, R. Hilpinen
Elsevier, Aug 16, 1989 - Mathematics - 699 pages
Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science VIII presents the results of recent research into the foundations of science. The volume contains 37 invited papers presented at the Congress, covering the areas of Logic, Mathematics, Physical Sciences, Biological Sciences and the Humanities.
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CHAPTER 8 FOUNDATIONS OF PHYSICAL SCIENCES
CHAPTER 9 FOUNDATIONS OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
CHAPTER 10 FOUNDATIONS OF PSYCHOLOGY AND COGNITIVE SCIENCES
CHAPTER 11 FOUNDATIONS OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
CHAPTER 12 FOUNDATIONS OF LINGUISTICS
CHAPTER 13 HISTORY OF LOGIC METHODOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE
CHAPTER 7 FOUNDATIONS OF PROBABILITY AND STATISTICAL INFERENCE
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