The Truth of Science: Physical Theories and Reality

Harvard University Press (1997)
Examines the aims and tools of science for creating theories and explanations of phenomena, with an eye to answering the question of whether or not science ...
Keywords Physics Methodology  Reality  Science Methodology
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Call number QC6.4.R42.N49 1997
ISBN(s) 0674001818   0674910923   9780674910928
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