Theories of scientific method: the Renaissance through the nineteenth century, by Ralph M. Blake [and others] Ed. by Edward H. Madden.

; Madden, Edward H
Seattle, Univ. of Washington Press, 1960.

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Other Authors Madden, Edward H.
Subjects Méthode scientifique -- 16ème-19ème siècle.
Philosophie des sciences.
Science -- History.
Science -- Methodology.
Science -- Philosophy.
Sciences -- Méthodologie.
Sciences -- Philosophie.
Description iv, 346 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date 1960.
Notes Bibliographical references included in "Notes": pages 283-340.
Contents Natural science in the Renaissance -- Theory of hypothesis among Renaissance astronomers -- Francis Bacon's philosophy of science -- The role of experience in Descates' theory of method -- Thomas Hobbes and the rationalistic ideal -- Isaac Newton and the hypothetico-deductive method -- David Hume on causation -- John F. W. Herschel's methods of experimental inquiry -- William Whewell's philosophy of scientifc discovery -- John Stuart Mill's system of logic -- W. S. Jevons on induction and probablitity -- Charles Sanders Peirce's search for a method -- Chauncey Wright and the american functionalists.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)14528904
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WorldCat Identities Blake, Ralph M.
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