Dialectica 16 (3):275-298 (1962)

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RésuméChaque science, c'est‐à‐dire chaque système, est formée d'un modèle et d'une théorie de la mesure permettant de la vérifier expérimentalement. Les modèles contemporains sont — pour la plupart — des théories déductives. Il existe toute une hiérarchie de systèmes de plus en plus larges: logique, arithmétique, théorie des probabilités , géométrie, cinématique, dynamique.Each science is formed by a model and a measure theory . Nearly all to‐day models are deductive theories. There exists a hierarchy of systems more and more extensive: logics, arithmetics, theory of probability , geometry, kinematics, dynamics
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DOI 10.1111/j.1746-8361.1962.tb01680.x
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