Some Essays at Objectivity

@inproceedings{Rudner1973SomeEA,
  title={Some Essays at Objectivity},
  author={Richard S. Rudner},
  year={1973}
}
ion from physical reality. It is held, for example, that a scientific description of a tornado conveys in only a feeble, truncated, wretchedly poor manner what is conveyed with overpowering richness and fullness by the direct experience of a tornado. Nowadays, few of us are so analytically naive as to be taken in by this kind of view about deficiencies or limitations alleged to characterize science. We, most of us at any rate, comprehend the point of Einstein's remark that "it is not the… CONTINUE READING