The Modeling of Nature: The Philosophy of Science and the Philosophy of Nature in Synthesis
As the new millennium approaches, our scientific knowledge of the universe surpasses that of any previous age. Yet, paradoxically, the philosophy of science movement is now in disarray. The collapse of logical empiricism and the rise of historicism and social constructivism have effectively left all of the sciences without an epistemology. The claims of realism have become increasingly difficult to justify, and, for many, the only alternatives are probabilism, pragmatism, and relativism.
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|Publisher||The Catholic University of America Press|
|Number Of Pages||472|
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