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Introduction Robert G Colodny
Philosophy and the Scientific Image of
On the Conceptual Basis of the Biological Sciences
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analogy analysis anisotropy argued argument assertion assume assumption atomic attempt behavior biological Bohr Bohr's Born's rules branch systems causal character claim classical physics complementarity complete concepts conceptual thinking Copenhagen Copenhagen Interpretation correlations course deductive-nomological deus ex machina difficulties discussion duality eigenstate Einstein elementary theory empirical entropy entropy increase example exist experience experimental explanandum explanans explanation explanatory fact formalism framework function given Heisenberg Hence human hypothesis idea interaction interpretation kind laws logical man-in-the-world manifest image matter means measurement ment motion nature Neumann's neurophysiological Niels Bohr nomological objects observation parapsychology particles perceptible perennial philosophy person Philosophy of Science physicists point of view Popper possible postulate prediction present principle Prob problem processes properties psychoanalysis psychology quantum mechanical quantum theory question reasons reference regarded relation result scientific image sense statements statistical suggested superstates temporal theoretical things tion wave mechanics