Creative Understanding

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University of Chicago Press, 1990 - Philosophy - 369 pages
"A pleasure to read. Gracefully written by a scholar well grounded in the relevant philosophical, historical, and technical background. . . . a helpfully clarifying review and analysis of some issues of importance to recent philosophy of science and a source of some illuminating insights."—Burke Townsend, Philosophy of Science
 

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Contents

Concepts
22
Theories
99
Probability
163
Necessity
246
Notes
277
References
337
Index
357
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About the author (1990)

Roberto Torretti is professor of philosophy at the University of Puerto Rico and editor of the journal Dialogos. Among his several books is Relativity and Geometry.

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