The Cosmos of Science: Essays of Exploration

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John Earman, John D. Norton
University of Pittsburgh Pre, 01.10.1998 - 581 Seiten
The inaugural volume of the series, devoted to the work of philosopher Adolf Grünbaum, encompasses the philosophical problems of space, time, and cosmology, the nature of scientific methodology, and the foundations of psychoanalysis.
 

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Whats New in Keplers New Astronomy?
3
Experiment Community and the Constitution of Nature in the Seventeenth Century
24
Isaac Newton on Empirical Success and Scientific Method
55
A Peek Behind the Veil of Maya Einstein Schopenhauer and the Historical Background of the Conception of Space as a Ground for the Individuation...
87
Foundations of Mathematics and Physics
151
From Constructive to Predicative Mathematics
153
Halfway Through the Woods Contemporary Research on Space and Time
180
What Superpositions Feel Like
224
Induction Scientific Methodology and the Philosophy of Science
349
The Continuum of Inductive Methods Revisited
351
Science Without Induction
386
That Just Dont Sound Right A Plea for Real Examples
430
A Logical Framework for the Notion of Natural Property
458
Singular Causation and Laws of Nature
498
Action and Rationality
513
Action and Autonomy
515

The Preparation Problem in Quantum Mechanics
243
Schrodingers Cat and Other Entanglements of Quantum Mechanics
274
Deterministic Chaos and the Nature of Chance
299
Models the Brownian Motion and the Disunities of Physics
325
Explanations Involving Rationality
530
Index
571
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Seite 28 - History, sufficient and good; and this is the foundation of all; for we are not to imagine or suppose, but to discover, what nature does or may be made to do.

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