British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 50 (2):265-282 (1999)
|Abstract||the virtues which are desirable for scientific theories to possess. In this paper I discuss the several species of theoretical virtues called 'fertility', and argue in each case that the desirability of 'fertility' can be explicated in terms of other, more fundamental theoretical virtues.|
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