The Structure and Confirmation of Evolutionary Theory (Paperback or Softback) Krajowa edycja limitowana

The Structure and Confirmation of Evolutionary Theory (Paperback or Softback) Krajowa edycja limitowana

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Book Title: The Structure and Confirmation of Evolutionary The Publication Year: 1994
Type: Textbook Format: Trade Paperback
Language: English Publication Name: Structure and Confirmation of Evolutionary Theory
Item Height: 0.6in. Author: Elisabeth A. Lloyd
Item Length: 9.1in. Publisher: Princeton University Press
Item Width: 6.1in. Item Weight: 13.8 Oz
Number of Pages: 250 Pages

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Traditionally a scientific theory is viewed as based on universal laws of nature that serve as axioms for logical deduction. In analyzing the logical structure of evolutionary biology, Elisabeth Lloyd argues that the semantic account is more appropriate and powerful. This book will be of interest to biologists and philosophers alike.
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PublisherPrinceton University Press
ISBN-100691000468
ISBN-139780691000466
eBay Product ID (ePID)91983
Product Key Features
AuthorElisabeth A. Lloyd
Publication NameStructure and Confirmation of Evolutionary Theory
FormatTrade Paperback
LanguageEnglish
Publication Year1994
TypeTextbook
Number of Pages250 Pages
Dimensions
Item Length9.1in.
Item Height0.6in.
Item Width6.1in.
Item Weight13.8 Oz
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Reviews"An important contribution to the burgeoning field of the philosophy of Darwinism.... Lloyd's discussion of species selection is the best available on this topic."-- The Quarterly Review of Biology, "An important contribution to the burgeoning field of the philosophy of Darwinism.... Lloyd's discussion of species selection is the best available on this topic." -- The Quarterly Review of Biology, An important contribution to the burgeoning field of the philosophy of Darwinism.... Lloyd's discussion of species selection is the best available on this topic. -- The Quarterly Review of Biology, An exemplar of philosophy of science at its best. . . . [The author] supports a particular interpretation of scientific theories, the semantic or model-theoretic interpretation, by showing how it clarifies the structure of evolutionary theory. The differences between the traditional axiomatic interpretation and the semantic view of theories are now apparent. General arguments for and against these interpretations are also familiar. The focus of attention is beginning to turn, as it should, to detailed applications of these competing interpretations. Do they facilitate or frustrate our understanding of actual scientific theories? The object of Lloyd's book is to show how many long-standing tangles in evolutionary biology can be set right on her account., An exemplar of philosophy of science at its best. . . . [The author] supports a particular interpretation of scientific theories, the semantic or model-theoretic interpretation, by showing how it clarifies the structure of evolutionary theory. The differences between the traditional axiomatic interpretation and the semantic view of theories are now apparent. General arguments for and against these interpretations are also familiar. The focus of attention is beginning to turn, as it should, to detailed applications of these competing interpretations. Do they facilitate or frustrate our understanding of actual scientific theories? The object of Lloyd's book is to show how many long-standing tangles in evolutionary biology can be set right on her account. -- David L. Hull, The Philosophical Review, "An exemplar of philosophy of science at its best. . . . [The author] supports a particular interpretation of scientific theories, the semantic or model-theoretic interpretation, by showing how it clarifies the structure of evolutionary theory. The differences between the traditional axiomatic interpretation and the semantic view of theories are now apparent. General arguments for and against these interpretations are also familiar. The focus of attention is beginning to turn, as it should, to detailed applications of these competing interpretations. Do they facilitate or frustrate our understanding of actual scientific theories? The object of Lloyd's book is to show how many long-standing tangles in evolutionary biology can be set right on her account." --David L. Hull, The Philosophical Review, "An exemplar of philosophy of science at its best. . . . [The author] supports a particular interpretation of scientific theories, the semantic or model-theoretic interpretation, by showing how it clarifies the structure of evolutionary theory. The differences between the traditional axiomatic interpretation and the semantic view of theories are now apparent. General arguments for and against these interpretations are also familiar. The focus of attention is beginning to turn, as it should, to detailed applications of these competing interpretations. Do they facilitate or frustrate our understanding of actual scientific theories? The object of Lloyd's book is to show how many long-standing tangles in evolutionary biology can be set right on her account."-- David L. Hull, The Philosophical Review, An important contribution to the burgeoning field of the philosophy of Darwinism.... Lloyd's discussion of species selection is the best available on this topic.
Copyright Date1994
Target AudienceCollege Audience
TopicLife Sciences / Evolution, Life Sciences / Genetics & Genomics, Life Sciences / Biology
Lccn93-025641
Dewey Decimal575.01
Dewey Edition19
IllustratedYes
GenreScience

 

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