Book reviews : Problems of scientific revolution: Progress and obstacles to progress in the sciences. The Herbert Spencer lectures 1973. Edited by Rom Harré. Toronto: Oxford university press, 1975. Pp. VI + 104. Can. $5.75 [Book Review]

Philosophy of the Social Sciences 6 (4):375-380 (1976)

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