By: P Thagard
286 pages, 49 line illus, 22 tabs
The author draws on history and philosophy of science, cognitive pyschology, and the field of artificial intelligence to develop a theory of conceptual change capable of accounting for all major scientific revolutions, including the Darwinian. A must for all philosophers of science.
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