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Structure and Approximation in Physical Theories [E-Book] / edited by A. Hartkämper, H.-J. Schmidt.
The present volume contains 14 contributions presented at a colloquium on "Structure and Approximation in Physical Theories" held at Osnabruck in June 1980. The articles are presented in the revised form written after the colloquium and hence also take account of the results of the discuss...
|Personal Name(s):||Hartkämper, A., editor|
|Schmidt, H.-J., editor|
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- A Short Account of the L-program
- Imprecision in Physics
- Causality in Statistical Theories as an Example for Idealization of Physical Laws
- Approximate Embeddings in Statistical Mechanics
- Stable Axioms in Physical Theories
- Approximative Reduction by Completion of Empirical Uniformities
- G. Ludwig’s Positivistic Reconstruction of Theoretical Concepts
- Abstraction, Idealization and Approximation
- Differences in Individuation and Vagueness
- A General Scheme for Intertheoretic Approximation
- Sneed’s Theory Concept and Vagueness
- Mystical Realism
- A Comparison of Two Recent Views on Theories
- What do we know from Light-Experiments about the Principle of Relativity and the Light Principle?
- Geometrical Structures and the Grinding Process for Three Plates