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ProtoSociology

Volume 12, 1998
After the Received View: Developments in the Theory of Science

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Gerhard Preyer, Georg Peter, Alexander Ulfig Introduction: Developments in the Theory of Science
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logical operationalism – significance and meaning
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Wilhelm K. Essler Truth and Knowledge: Some Considerations concerning the Task of Philosophy of Science
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Gerhard Preyer The Received View, Incommensurability and Comparison of Theories: Beliefs as the Basis of Theorizing
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Robert Schwartz Reflections on Projection
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Jeffrey E. Foss The Logical and Sociological Structure of Science
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structuralism – meaningful measurement – the conception of physical law
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C. Ulises Moulines Structuralism vs. Operationalism
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Nicholas Rescher Meaningless Numbers
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R. I. G. Hughes Laws of Nature, Laws of Physics, and the Representational Account of Theories
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James R. Brown Einstein’s Principle Theory
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inductive inferences – interpretation of probability – game theory
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Kevin T. Kelly, Cory Juhl Transcendental Deductions and Universal Architectures for Inductive Inferences
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