Philosophy of Science

New York, Meridian Books (1960)
Now it is of the utmost importance to observe that expressions peculiar to a science will possess meanings that are fixed by its own procedures, and that are therefore intelligible in terms of its own rules of usage, whether or not the science has ...
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Call number Q175.D25
DOI 10.2307/2022951
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