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Proceedings of the XIth International Congress of Philosophy

Volume 6, 1953
Philosophy and Methodology of the Sciences of Nature

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1. Proceedings of the XIth International Congress of Philosophy: Volume > 6
Ralph Tyler Flewelling The Metaphysical Predicament of Science
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Robert Lenoble Types d’explication et types logiques au cours de l’histoire des science
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A. Virieux-Reymond Y a-t-il dépendance étroite entre la structure sociale d’une époque donnée et les explications scientifiques de cette époque
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N. Dobrovolskaïa-Zavadskaïa The “Gnosism”, a Scientifico-Philosophical Conception Giving Account of the Orderliness and Freedom in Nature
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A. G. M. Van Melsen Presuppositions of Science and the Philosophy of Nature
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Alberto D. Cirelli Imprescindibilidad del punto de partida antropocentrico en la conformacion de la filosofia de la naturaleza
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Herman Meyer Les jugements singuliers dans l’explication de la nature
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J. C. C. McKinsey, Patrick Suppes Philosophy and the Axiomatic Foundations of Physics
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Bernard Van Hagens La valeur noétique des sciences de la nature
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J. H. Tummers La physique théorique n’explique pas les phénomènes mais les décrit
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Juan Zaragüeta L’explication dans les sciences de la nature
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Carlos Paris Le sens de l’explication physique
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P. Destouches-Février Qu’appelle-t-on explication en science?
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Jean-Louis Destouches L’explication dans la physique moderne
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V. Somenzi Explication from the Viewpoint of Operational Methodology
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John Somerville Problematics: A Methodological Aspect of Philosophy of Science
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J. G. Bennett The Dimensional Framework of the Natural Sciences
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Henri Bouchet Les conceptions épistémologiques de Meyerson sontelles aujourd’hui dépassées
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Alfonso Caracciolo Di Forino Sur la construction du langage de la physique
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Emile Namer Le concept et le contact dans la science contemporaine
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