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What Is This Thing Called Science? by [[Alan Chalmers]], a [[philosophy of science]] book written as an introductory material for students. It describes different approaches to science, explaining the strengths and weaknesses of each approach. It is not about [[history of science]] but the book does mention events in the history of science for the sake of having real examples for the scientific approaches.
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'''What Is This Thing Called Science?''' by [[Alan Chalmers]], a [[philosophy of science]] book written as an introductory material for students. It describes different approaches to science, explaining the strengths and weaknesses of each approach. It is not about [[history of science]] but the book does mention events in the history of science for the sake of having real examples for the scientific approaches.
 
All three editions feature on their cover a drawing of a whisker-less cat.
 
All three editions feature on their cover a drawing of a whisker-less cat.
  

Revision as of 13:07, 4 February 2009

What Is This Thing Called Science? by Alan Chalmers, a philosophy of science book written as an introductory material for students. It describes different approaches to science, explaining the strengths and weaknesses of each approach. It is not about history of science but the book does mention events in the history of science for the sake of having real examples for the scientific approaches. All three editions feature on their cover a drawing of a whisker-less cat.

  • The first edition published on 1976
  • The second edition published on
  • The third edition was published on 1998

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