O społecznych źródłach kryteriów racjonalności nauki

  1. Grażyna Badura


Social sources of the criteria of science’s rationality

The article explores the route leading from Thomas Kuhn and Paul Feyerabend, tackling the Vienna Circle idea of a scientific method as the embodiment of rational thought, to the blunt statement of the “Edinburgh School” representatives that there is no such thing as a neutral court of appeal between the world and the theory and, ultimately, the knowing and the thing known are not separable.

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Studia Philosophica Wratislaviensia

9, 2014, z. 1

Pages from 27 to 40

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