A Realist Theory Of Science

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Adı:
A Realist Theory Of Science
Baskı tarihi:
17 Ocak 2008
Sayfa sayısı:
262
Format:
Karton kapak
ISBN:
9781844672042
Dil:
English
Ülke:
United States of America
Yayınevi:
Verso Publishing
Baskılar:
Gerçekçi Bilim Teorisi
A Realist Theory Of Science
A Realist Theory of Science is one of the few books that have changed our understanding of the philosophy of science. In this analysis of the natural sciences, with a particular focus on the experimental process itself, Roy Bhaskar provides a definitive critique of the traditional, positivist conception of science and stakes out an alternative, realist position. Since it original publication in 1975, a movement known as ‘Critical Realism’, which is both intellectually diverse and international in scope, has developed on the basis of key concepts outlined in the text. The book has been hailed in many quarters as a ‘Copernican Revolution’ in the study of the nature of science, and the implications of its account have been far-reaching for many fields of the humanities and social sciences.
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Adı:
A Realist Theory Of Science
Baskı tarihi:
17 Ocak 2008
Sayfa sayısı:
262
Format:
Karton kapak
ISBN:
9781844672042
Dil:
English
Ülke:
United States of America
Yayınevi:
Verso Publishing
Baskılar:
Gerçekçi Bilim Teorisi
A Realist Theory Of Science
A Realist Theory of Science is one of the few books that have changed our understanding of the philosophy of science. In this analysis of the natural sciences, with a particular focus on the experimental process itself, Roy Bhaskar provides a definitive critique of the traditional, positivist conception of science and stakes out an alternative, realist position. Since it original publication in 1975, a movement known as ‘Critical Realism’, which is both intellectually diverse and international in scope, has developed on the basis of key concepts outlined in the text. The book has been hailed in many quarters as a ‘Copernican Revolution’ in the study of the nature of science, and the implications of its account have been far-reaching for many fields of the humanities and social sciences.

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