This thought provoking book, written by a well-known and distinguished scientist who is a member of the International Academy of Philosophy of Science, presents a complete reappraisal of the philosophical foundations of science. Instead of strict determinism, there exist only laws of probability, representing a type of loose causality. This has rendered meaningless most of the classical discussions of philosophers about scientific knowledge and has necessitated a complete theoretical reconstruction. A book of wide interest to all scientists, physicists, and philosophers.
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Book Description Academic Press Inc.(London) Lt, 1964. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P11012134956X