The book presents an anthology of readings on the philosophy of science covering traditional issues, such as explanation, confirmation, and progress against a backdrop of historical case studies. Discusses the feminist philosophy of science to present a different perspective on the subject and chapters on medicine and psychology (dreaming) present applications of philosophy and science.
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The text presents an anthology of readings on the philosophy of science covering traditional issues, such as explanation, confirmation, and progress against a backdrop of historical case studies.
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Book Description Pearson, 1995. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: 1. Case Studies from the History of Science. C. Merchant,The World an Organism.R. Hooke,Preserving Animals Alive by Blowing Through Their Lungs with Bellows.F. Holmes,The Investigation of Digestion, 1750-1830.F.A. Kekule,Origin of the Benzene and Structural Theory.E. Farber,Dreams and Visions in a Century of Chemistry.S. Strum,Starting Out.F.H. Portugal and J.S. Cohen,The Evolution of Modern Genetics. 2. Scientific Explanation. J. Carney and R.K. Scheer,Patterns of Explanation.C. Hempel and P. Oppenheim,The Logic of Explanation.M. Scriven,Explanation, Predictions and Laws.N. Cartwright,The Truth Doesn't Explain Much.M. Brodbeck,Explanation, Prediction, and "Imperfect" Knowledge.B.C. Van Fraassen,The Pragmatic Theory of Explanation.M. Hesse,The Explanatory Function of Metaphor. 3. Confirmation. R. Carnap,Testability and Meaning.K. Popper,Science: Conjectures and Refutations.T. Kuhn,The Structure of Scientific Revolutions.I. Lakatos,Falsification and the Methodology of Scientific Research Programmes.R. Matthews,Spoiling a Universal "Fudge Factor".L. Laudan,Dissecting the Holist Picture of Scientific Change.P. Feyerabend,Against Method.P. Kitcher,Darwin's Appeal to Biogeography.J. Earman,Normal Science, Scientific Revolutions and All That. 4. Realism and Antirealism. L. Laudan, Against Relativism. I. Hacking,What is Scientific Realism?B.C. Van Fraassen,Arguments Concerning Scientific Realism.A. Fine,The Natural Ontological Attitude.M. Bunzl,Scientific Abstraction and the Realist Impulse.P. Kosso,Science and Objectivity. 5. Can Medicine Be a Science? K.D. Clouser and A. Zucker,Medicine as Art: An Initial Exploration.S. Gorovitz and A. MacIntyre,Toward a Theory of Medical Fallibility.K. Schaffner,Exemplar Reasoning About Biological Models.A.L. Caplan,Exemplary Reasoning? A Comment on Theory Structure in Biomedicine.E.A. Murphy,The Tactics of the Diagnostic Process.G.E. Thibault,Rare x Rare. 6. Can There Be a Science of Dreams? S. Freud,The Wolf Man.C.G. Jung,The Religious Man.A. Grunbaum,The Liabilities of Freudian PsychoanalysisE. Erwin,Psychoanalysis: How Firm Is the Evidence?J. Flax,Psychoanalysis and the Philosophy of Science: Critique or Resistance?J.A. Hobson and R.W. McCarley,The Brain as a Dream State GeneratorN. Malcolm,Temporal Location and Duration of Dreams. 7. Science and Gender. A. Jaggar,The Myth of Dispassionate Investigation.R. Ginzberg,Uncovering Gynocentric Science.H.E. Longino,Can There be a Feminist Science?H. Berman,Restitution: A Review of Rosalind Franklin and DNA. E.F. Keller,A Feeling for the Organism. 8. Further Readings from Chemistry, Biology, Physics, and the Sociology of Medicine. H. Leicester,Phlogiston and Affinity.R. Olby,The Nature of the Hereditary Material.C. Darwin,An Attempt to Explain the Laws of Geographical Distribution.J. Williams, F. Trinklein, and H.C. Metcalfe,The Nature of Light.P. Starr,The Growth of Medical Authority. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0024321044
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