What Is This Thing Called Science? (Third Edition)

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Hackett Pub., 1999 - Science - 266 pages
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This book presents the chapters - Science and Knowledge Derived from the Facts of Experience; Observation as Practical Intervention; Experiment; Deriving Facts from Theories - Induction; Introducing Falsificationism; Sophisticated Falsificationism; Novel Predictions and the Growth of Knowledge; The Limitations of Falsificationism; Theories as Structures I - Kuhn’s Paradigms; Theories as Structures II; Research Programs; Feyerabend’s Anarchistic Theory of Science; Methodical Changes in Method; The Bayesian Approach; The New Experimentalism; Why Should the World Obey Laws?; Realism and Antirealism.

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Posseggo la versione italiana pubblicata da Mondadori nel 1979.

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