Philosophical Studies (Dublin) 18:228-231 (1969)

Many ‘Introductions’ give the impression of standing aloof from the battle which they describe, of surveying the field with lofty impartiality from above. Often this apparent lack of involvement is misleading: even when it is not it may trivialise the subject by lending an atmosphere of pointlessness to the whole disputation. Dr Theobald, however, is plainly down there in the thick of it, and has written a book which not only makes an excellent introduction to the philosophy of science, but also constitutes a stimulating and at times overtly polemical contribution to the subject.
Keywords Catholic Tradition  History of Philosophy
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DOI 10.5840/philstudies196918010
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