Challenges to empiricism

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Statementedited by Harold Morick ; (contributors) Rudolf Carnap ... (et al.).
ContributionsMorick, Harold.
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LC ClassificationsB816
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Pagination329p. :
Number of Pages329
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Open LibraryOL15034306M
ISBN 100416746101, 0416746209

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Challenges to Empiricism Introduction Harold Morick, State University of New York, AlbanyWadsworth Publishing Company, Inc., Belmont, California The Critique of Contemporary Empiricism. One of the main themes of philosophy and theory of science in the last twenty years is the critical assessment of the foundations of contemporary empiricism.

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