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A Model-Theoretic Realist Interpretation of Science by E.B. Ruttkamp

By E.B. Ruttkamp

during this booklet Emma Ruttkamp demonstrates the ability of the full-blown employment of the model-theoretic paradigm within the philosophy of technology. inside of this paradigm she offers an account of sciences as method and product. She expounds the "received assertion" and the "non-statement" perspectives of technology, and indicates how the model-theoretic strategy resolves the spurious pressure among those perspectives. during this endeavour she additionally engages the perspectives of a few modern philosophers of technology with affinity to version idea. this article may be learn via experts operating in philosophy of technology or formal semantics, by way of logicians engaged on the constitution of theories, and by way of scholars in philosophy of technological know-how - this article deals an intensive creation to non-statement bills of sciences in addition to a dialogue of the conventional assertion account of science.

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