What is this Thing Called Science?
Open University Press, 1999 - 266 pages
Contains chapters on topics including the Bayesian approach to science, and nature of scientific laws. This book features developments in the realism/anti-realism debate. It is intended to be a university text in the philosophy of science, not just on science and philosophy courses but also in the social sciences such as sociology and psychology.
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Seeing is believing
Observable facts expressed as statements
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