Empiricism Vs. Realism – The Perennial Debate In The Philosophy Of Science

Part of the Boston Studies in The Philosophy of Science book series (BSPS, volume 173)

The issue over empiricism and realism, presently the focus of much discussion in the philosophy of science, is but the manifestation of an age-old perplexity. The perplexity is over the relation between one’s experiences, and the world, or between phenomena and reality.


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