Philosophia Naturalis 37 (2):269-285 (2000)

Andreas Hüttemann
University of Cologne
The paper analyses how knowledge claims can be extrapolated from laboratory situation to more complex situations. It argues that claims by Tetens, Knorr-Cetina and Cartwright that put doubts on extrapolation are unwarrented
Keywords Laboratory  extrapolation  disposition
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