On the Logical Structure of the Development of a Scientific Domain

  • Maria Nowakowska
Part of the Annals of Systems Research book series (ASRE, volume 7)

Abstract

The object of the analysis will be a (arbitrary but fixed throughout the considerations) domain D of scientific enterprise. One can think here of D as some narrow domain, e. g. a study of some particular phenomenon; D may also be interpreted as a wider subdomain, such as genetics, say, or it may be a wide domain, for instance, psychology as a whole.

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© H. E. Stenfert Kroese B.V./Leiden - The Netherlands 1978

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