Sobre algunos claroscuros de la reflexión metacientífica aristotélica

Theoria 1 (3):749-778 (1986)
The aim of this paper is to highlight the main features of the philosophy of science that are present in Aristotle’s Posterior Analytics. At the same time I attempt to point out some obscure proposals within his metascientific theory and (hypothetically) to distinguish certain aspects in which the Aristotelian Model of science has become inapplicable nowadays
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