Models and Maps: An Essay on Epistemic Representation

Carleton University (2013)
Abstract
This book defends a two-tiered account of epistemic representation--the sort of representation relation that holds between representations such as maps and scientific models and their targets. It defends a interpretational account of epistemic representation and a structural similarity account of overall faithful epistemic representation.
Keywords Scientific Representation  Epistemic Representation  Maps  Scientific Models
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