By E.B. Ruttkamp
In this publication Emma Ruttkamp demonstrates the facility of the full-blown employment of the model-theoretic paradigm within the philosophy of technology. inside of this paradigm she provides an account of sciences as approach and product. She expounds the "received assertion" and the "non-statement" perspectives of technological know-how, and exhibits how the model-theoretic procedure resolves the spurious rigidity among those perspectives. during this endeavour she additionally engages the perspectives of a couple of modern philosophers of technology with affinity to version conception. this article should be learn by way of experts operating in philosophy of technological know-how or formal semantics, by way of logicians engaged on the constitution of theories, and by way of scholars in philosophy of technological know-how - this article bargains a radical advent to non-statement debts of sciences in addition to a dialogue of the conventional assertion account of science.
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A Model-Theoretic Realist Interpretation of Science by E.B. Ruttkamp