London: New Left Books (1975)

Feyerabrend argues that intellectual progress relies on the creativity of the scientist, against the authority of science.
Keywords Science Philosophy  Science Methodology  Rationalism
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Call number Q175.F42 1993
ISBN(s) 9781844674428   1844674436   9780860916468   1844674428   0860916464   0902308912   0860912221   086091481X   086091934X
DOI 10.2307/2184355
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