Patterns of Discovery: An Inquiry into the Conceptual Foundations of Science

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"'Handeln vom Netz, nicht von dem, was das Netz beschreibt'", L. Wittgenstein, Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus ( Harcourt, Brace and Co., New York, 1922), 6. 35.

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1. Wär' nicht das Auge sonnenhaft, Die Sonne könnt' es nie erblicken; Goethe, Zahme Xenien ( Werke, Weimar, 1887- 1918), Bk. 3, 1805.
2. Cf. the papers by Baker and Gatonby in Nature, 1949-present.

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This is not a merely conceptual matter, of course. Cf. Wittgenstein, Philosophical Investigations ( Blackwell, Oxford, 1953), p. 196.
(1) G. Berkeley, Essay Towards a New Theory of Vision (in Works, vol. I ( London, T. Nelson, 1948- 56))), pp. 51 ff.

(2) James Mill, Analysis of the Phenomena of the Human Mind (Longmans, London, 1869), vol. I, p. 97.

(3) J. Sully, Outlines of Psychology ( Appleton, New York, 1885).

(4) William James, The Principles of Psychology ( Holt, New York, 1890-1905), vol. II, pp. 4, 78, 80 and 81; vol. I, p. 221.

(5) A. Schopenhauer, Satz vom Grunde (in Sämmtliche Werke, Leipzig, 1888), ch. IV.

(6) H. Spencer, The Principles of Psychology ( Appleton, New York, 1897), vol. IV, chs. IX, X.

(7) E. von Hartmann, Philosophy of the Unconscious (K. Paul, London, 1931), B, chs. VII, VIII.

(8) W. M. Wundt, Vorlesungen über die Menschen und Thierseele (Voss, Hamburg, 1892), IV, XIII.

(9) H. L. F. von Helmholtz, Handbuch der Physiologischen Optik ( Leipzig, 1867), pp. 430, 447.

(10) A. Binet, La psychologie du raisonnement, recherches expérimentales par l'hypnotisme (Alcan, Paris, 1886), chs. III, v.

(11) J. Grote, Exploratio Philosophica ( Cambridge, 1900), vol. II, pp. 201 ff.

(12) B. Russell, in Mind ( 1913), p. 76. Mysticism and Logic (Longmans, New York, 1918), p. 209. The Problems of Philosophy (Holt, New York, 1912), pp. 73, 92, 179, 203.

(13) Dawes Hicks, Arist. Soc. Sup. vol. II ( 1919), pp. 176-8.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter I - Observation 4
  • Chapter II - Facts 31
  • Chapter III - Causality 50
  • Chapter IV - Theories 70
  • Chapter V - Classical Particle Physics 93
  • Chapter VI - Elementary Particle Physics 119
  • Appendix I 159
  • Appendix II 161
  • Notes 176
  • Index 235
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