Epistemology, controversies, and pragmatics


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Marcelo Dascal
Tel Aviv University
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In this paper, I wish to present and defend the thesis that the impasse at which the philosophy and history of science find themselves in the last couple of decades is due, to a large extent, either to the complete neglect or to a misguided treatment of t he role of scientific controversies in the evolution of science.
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