Volume 14 Part 2 2006

Revisiting Discovery and Justification

Historical and philosophical perspectives on the context distinction

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-4250-8 (Print) 978-1-4020-4251-5 (Online)

Table of contents (13 chapters)

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    Pages 7-19

    INTRODUCTION: REVISITING THE CONTEXT DISTINCTION

  2. The contexts of the Distinction

    1. Front Matter

      Pages I-XIX

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      Pages 3-22

      LOST WANDERERS IN THE FOREST OF KNOWLEDGE: SOME THOUGHTS ON THE DISCOVERY-JUSTIFICATION DISTINCTION

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      Pages 41-54

      FREEDOM IN A SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY: READING THE CONTEXT OF REICHENBACH’S CONTEXTS

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      Pages 23-39

      INDUCTIVE JUSTIFICATION AND DISCOVERY. ON HANS REICHENBACH’S FOUNDATION OF THE AUTONOMY OF THE PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE

  3. Revisions and Applications

    1. Front Matter

      Pages I-XIX

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      Pages 119-131

      CONTEXT OF DISCOVERY VERSUS CONTEXT OF JUSTIFICATION AND THOMAS KUHN

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      Pages 183-195

      CONCEPT FORMATION AND THE LIMITS OF JUSTIFICATION: “DISCOVERING” THE TWO ELECTRICITIES

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      Pages 215-230

      ON THE INEXTRICABILITY OF THE CONTEXT OF DISCOVERY AND THE CONTEXT OF JUSTIFICATION

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      Pages 133-158

      HOW CAN WE USE THE DISTINCTION BETWEEN DISCOVERY AND JUSTIFICATION? ON THE WEAKNESSES OF THE STRONG PROGRAMME IN THE SOCIOLOGY OF SCIENCE

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      Pages 197-214

      CONTEXTS OF JUSTIFYING AND DISCOVERING THE NATURE OF ECOSYSTEMS: FROM CONCEPTS TO OBJECTS AND VICE VERSA

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      Pages 159-182

      HEURISTIC APPRAISAL: CONTEXT OF DISCOVERY OR JUSTIFICATION?

  4. Forerunners?

    1. Front Matter

      Pages I-XIX

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      Pages 57-77

      A FORERUNNER?—PERHAPS, BUT NOT TO THE CONTEXT DISTINCTION. WILLIAM WHEWELL’S GERMANO-CANTABRIGIAN HISTORY OF THE FUNDAMENTAL IDEAS

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      Pages 99-116

      PSYCHOLOGISM AND THE DISTINCTION BETWEEN DISCOVERY AND JUSTIFICATION

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      Pages 79-97

      AUTONOMY VERSUS DEVELOPMENT: DUHEM ON PROGRESS IN SCIENCE