Dwa pojęcia zasięgu prawa nauki

Filozofia Nauki 2 (2003)

There are two concepts of the scope of a law: 1) the set of bodies (in our world) in which the law is fulfilled, 2) the set of models of the law, or the set of possible worlds in which it is fulfilled. Their use leads to opposite answers to the question which law is broader than the other
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