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1 Logical empiricism: Hempel 1.1 Earlier criteria of significance 1.2 Significance as dependent on constitutive terms 1.3 Partially interpreted systems 2 Explanation 2.1 Background: deductive nomological explanation 2.2 Causal explanation 2.3 The pragmatics of explanation 2.4 Theoretical explanation 3 Confirmation 3.1 Hypothetico deductive model 3.2 The new riddle of induction 4 Scientific change 4.1 Kuhn's revolutions 4.2 Darwin's contribution 5 Realism 5.1 Constructive empiricism 5.2 Structural realism 6 Laws 6.1 Laws and mere regularities 6.2 Systems 6.3 Universals 7 Assignments..
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