The Source of Epistemic Normativity: Scientific Change as an Explanatory Problem

Philosophy of the Social Sciences 51 (5):469-506 (2021)
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In this paper, I present the problem of scientific change as an explanatory problem, that is, as a philosophical problem concerning what logical forms of explanation we should employ in order to un...



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Thodoris Dimitrakos
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