Systematicity: The nature of science

Philosophia 36 (2):167-180 (2008)
This paper addresses the question of what the nature of science is. I will first make a few preliminary historical and systematic remarks. Next, I shall give an answer to the question that has to be qualified, clarified and justified. Finally, I will compare my answer with alternative answers and draw consequences for the demarcation problem.
Keywords Science Philosophy  Philosophy
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Call number Q175.H8825 2013
ISBN(s) 9780199985050   0199985057  
DOI 10.1007/s11406-007-9100-x
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