Les termes théoriques, de Carnap à Lewis

Philonsorbonne 4:1-12 (2009)
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This is a short introductory paper to the Ramsey-Carnap method, as introduced by Carnap in his "Philosophical foundations of Physics" (1966) to explain the meaning of theoretical terms.
Keywords Carnap  theoretical terms
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