Social Environment, Foundations of Science, and the Possible Histories of Science
Relatively stable bases may be outlined in the system of our scientific knowledge of physics as a branch of science. These bases determine the strategy of scientific investigation and generalize the experimental results. The most important components of such bases are: (1) ideals and norms of science; and (2) the pattern of the reality under investigation.
KeywordsPhysical World Operational Scheme Physical Picture Scientific Revolution Classical Electrodynamic
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