Selected history of western philosophy nature of philosophyphilosophy is the attempt to answer fundamental questions by rational argumentan argument is a piece of reasoning from premises to a conclusionhistorical themescentral role of argumentsrationalism vs empiricismrationalism is the view that important truths about the world can be established by a priori reasoning reasoning independent . Id vote for someone with the right to do so to re edit the question into a form that can be answered it asks how to argue for science against religion but this just indicates a poor grasp of both there are those for whom there is no argument between science and religion and never could be and this would include me. Arguing about philosophy arguing about science 1st edition edited by alexander bird james ladyman arguing about science is an outstanding engaging introduction to the essential topics in philosophy of science edited by two leading experts in the field this exciting and innovative anthology contains a selection of classic and contemporary . Philosophy of science philosophy of science early arguments for realism during the 1960s and 70s a number of developments tipped the controversy in favour of the realists first was putnams diagnosis discussed above that the logical empiricist account of the meanings of theoretical terms rested on conflating two distinctions. Philosophy science and argumentsexplained top down clearly precisely concisely logic and arguments scientific theories selected history of philosophy issues and arguments metaphysics about search for s
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