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When Galileo argued that the familiar patterns of light and shade on the face of the full moon cquld best be accounted for by supposing the moon to possess mountains and %as like those of earth, he(More)
Duhem attempted to find a middle way between two positions he regarded as extremes, the conventionalism of Poincaré and the scientific realism of the majority of his scientific colleagues. He argued(More)
When trying to assess the implications of recent deep shifts in the philosophy of science for the broader arena of medicine, the theme that most readily comes to mind is underdetermination. In(More)
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