Reductionism in the Philosophy of Science

Ontos (2007)
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Contrary to a widespread belief, this book establishes that ontological and epistemological reductionism stand or fall together.
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Call number Q175.32.R47.S23 2007
ISBN(s) 9783938793466   3938793465
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