Logical semantics as an empirical science

Studia Logica 42 (2-3):299-313 (1983)
Exact philosophy consists of various disciplines scattered and separated. Formal semantics and philosophy of science are good examples of two such disciplines. The aim of this paper is to show that there is possible to find some integrating bridge topics between the two fields, and to show how insights from the one are illuminating and suggestive in the other.
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David Pearce (1981). On a New Approach to Metascience. Helsingin Yliopisto Filosofian Laitos.
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