1979

The Structuralist View of Theories

A Possible Analogue of the Bourbaki Programme in Physical Science

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ISBN: 978-3-540-09460-9 (Print) 978-3-642-95360-6 (Online)

Table of contents (13 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-VII

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    Pages 1-2

    Introduction

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    Pages 3-7

    The Origin of the Structuralist Approach: The Attempted Integration of Physical Science into the Bourbaki Programme by P. Suppes. Non-Statement View

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    Pages 8-14

    Empiricism Liberalized, Informal Semantics and the Extended Bourbaki Programme (‘Sneedification’)

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    Pages 15-24

    The Force of T-Theoreticity and the Ramsey-View Emended. Non-Statement View2 and Non-Statement View2,5

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    Pages 25-28

    Theory-Nets Instead of Expanded Cores

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    Pages 29-32

    Pragmatization. Theory-Evolution in Scientific Communities

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    Pages 33-40

    Progress, Progress-Branching, Kuhn-Loss and Rationality in Science

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    Pages 41-49

    On the Importance of the Distinction between General and Special Philosophy of Science. Non-Statement View3

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 50-57

    Kuhn-Interpretation and Withdrawal of Objections Against Kuhn

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 58-62

    Holism, Underdetermination of Theories and Research Programmes: Remarks on W. V. Quine and I. Lakatos

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 63-65

    Some Additional New Results

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    Pages 66-82

    Incommensurabilities

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    Pages 83-88

    Concluding Remarks

  15. Back Matter

    Pages 89-104