Philosophy of science

Bergmann, Gustav

One reason why this book may be of some use is that a different principle of selection was given to me by my original purpose. I began by asking myself which more or less philoso12hical ideas are indispensable for a rather detailed logical analysis of psychology. An exposition of these ideas will be found in the second and third chapters. It will, I hope, be of immediate interest to philosophically minded scientists. The first chapter, in turn, contains the minimum of philosophical ideas that one needs to understand the other two. The orientation of the whole is toward psychology and the behavior sciences.

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