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`In the preface to this book, the author explains his intention of writing a textbook on the philosophy of science that is neither too technical nor too simplistic. It is aimed at higher-education students and
academics who already have some philosophical background knowledge. The book gives a critical account of the ideas of some of the most influential philosophers of science' - Pragmatics
`The book is a good read and will doubtless find a home in many introductory courses in the philosophy of science' - Science, Technology & Society
An interesting text which may be helpful for developing or experienced researchers
An insightful book but not what I had hoped it would be. Unfortunately not the text needed for the course
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