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Volume 14 (1990): Scientific theories  [17]

Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/184264

Edited by C. Wade Savage

From the fall of 1985 through the spring of 1987 the Minnesota Center for Philosophy of Science conducted an institute--an ongoing conference--whose focal question was: Is there a new consensus in the philosophy of science? ... For this purpose the field was initially divided into three traditional areas: scientific explanation, scientific theories, and scientific justification or evaluation. ... The present volume contains papers in the second and third areas. --Preface.

Companion volume to Minnesota studies in the philosophy of science 13, Scientific explanation


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Scientific theories. Preliminaries

Unknown author (University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, 1990)

Scientific theories. Introduction

Savage, C. Wade (University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, 1990)

Seek and ye might find

Caplan, Arthur L. (University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, 1990)

The psychoanalytic enterprise in scientific perspective

Grünbaum, Adolf (University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, 1990)

On the nature of theories: a neurocomputational perspective

Churchland, Paul M. (University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, 1990)

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