Is The Science of Science As A Field of Study In Its Own Right Alive Or Dead?
Pikas, Christina K.
Christina.Pikas at JHUAPL.EDU
Tue Feb 18 11:08:43 EST 2014
Of course since that time, a "fourth paradigm" has been discussed: http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/collaboration/fourthparadigm/
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Thank you for the recommendation.
As for the particular problem I am looking at it might assist if I quote Carnap "An Introduction to The Philosophy of Science". Carnap argued that there are three kinds of concepts in science, as well as in everyday life: 'classificatory', 'comparative' and 'quantitative'.
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