Humanities Press (1974)

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Paul Feyerabend's globally acclaimed work, which sparked and continues to stimulate fierce debate, examines the deficiencies of many widespread ideas about scientific progress and the nature of knowledge. Feyerabend argues that scientific advances can only be understood in a historical context. He looks at the way the philosophy of science has consistently overemphasized practice over method, and considers the possibility that anarchism could replace rationalism in the theory of knowledge. -- Amazon.com.
Keywords Science Philosophy  Methodology  Rationalism
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Reprint years 1975, 1988
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Call number Q175.F42 1975
ISBN(s) 086091934X   039100381X   0902308912   0860916464   0860917002   9780860919346   0860912221
DOI 10.2307/2106382
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