A Historical Introduction to the Philosophy of Science

Oxford University Press UK (1972)

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John Losee provides a balanced and engaging survey of the development of views about scientific method. Ideal for those coming to the subject for the first time, this new edition incorporates discussion on contemporary debates, including philosophy of biology, normative naturalism, theory appraisal, experimental practice, and scientific realism.
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Reprint years 1980, 2001
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ISBN(s) 9780198700555   0198700555   0192892479   019289143X   0198850778   019219156X   0198880774
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