Scientific Realism, Truth, and the Underdetermination of Theories by Empirical Data

Russian Studies in Philosophy 49 (3):58-71 (2010)
The author critiques one of the arguments commonly used by opponents of scientific realism—namely, the thesis that scientific theories are underdetermined by empirical data
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