Romanian Studies in Philosophy of Science

Boston Studies in the Philosophy and History of Science, vol. 313: Springer (2015)
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This book presents a collection of studies by Romanian philosophers, addressing foundational issues currently debated in contemporary philosophy of science. It offers a historical survey of the tradition of scientific philosophy in Romania. It examines some problems in the foundations of logic, mathematics, linguistics, the natural and social sciences. Among the more specific topics, it discusses scientific explanation, models, and mechanisms, as well as memory, artifacts, and rules of research. The book is useful to those interested in the philosophy of real science, but also to those interested in Romanian philosophy.



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Ilie Parvu
Romanian Academy
Gabriel Sandu
University of Helsinki

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