Continental and postmodern perspectives in the philosophy of science

Brookfield, Vt.: Avebury (1995)
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Abstract

Examines the implications of recent continental epistemology challenging the relationship between traditional, analytic, continental and postmodern understandings of science, showing that the challenging circumstances of the scientific project are transforming the role and meaning of science in the modern/postmodern world.

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