VGTU leidyklos TECHNIKA M mokslo literatūros knyga pažeistos konstrukcijos suirimo tikimybe, kuri yra vertinama apriorine ir Sweden. Available online: >. *Chalmers A. F. () Kas yra mokslas? Vilnius: Apostrofa. Hollis M.() Socialinių mokslų filosofija. Vilnius: Lietuvos Rašytojų Sąjungos leidykla. Japertas. Chalmers, Chalmers, A.F. (). Kas yra mokslas? [What is this thing called science?]. Vilnius: Apostrofa. Google Scholar. Commission. and Directorate.
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Ahora lo releo para ver si es un material adecuado para mis estudiantes de secundaria. Except the chapter on Kuhn, I read the book. I will turn back the chapter but now, I consider as I have read. I am not a person who is interested in philosophy of science.
I am already not interested in science; albeit all of that, Chalmer’s introduction book is definetely piquant for me. Vocabulary is clear and connections between basic concepts and scholars on philosophy of science are well-advised and well-organized.
This book is not guide and not a kind of 90 minutes for sth book, b Except the chapter on Kuhn, I read the book. This book is not guide and not a kind of 90 minutes for sth book, but moreover, it is not a masterpiece on the philosophy of science area.
Indeed, it is a compherensive introduction book. I can recommend to people who are going to study philosophy of science. So, you think you know what science is? And how it works? And what it tells us about reality?
Kas yra mokslas?
Chalmers’ now classic text that serves as a stellar introduction to the philosophy of science while offering a comprehensive history of the philosophy of science and critical response to the various schools of thought. Chalmers covers all the main approaches of philosophy of science, from induction and falsification to Kuhn’s paradigms, Feyerabend’s anarchistic theory, and on through Bayesian analysis a So, mokslad think you know what science is?
Chalmers covers all the main approaches of philosophy of science, from induction and falsification mojslas Kuhn’s paradigms, Feyerabend’s anarchistic theory, and on through Bayesian analysis and the new experimentalism. His concluding chapter contrasts several versions of realism and anti-realism. With all this, if you are looking for a clear-cut answer to his title’s question, I hope it won’t spoil the fun for you to learn that there isn’t one!
Chapter after chapter, Chalmers offers the theory under consideration in such a way that you find yourself nodding, “of course. And this happens over and over until you begin to wonder how it is that science gets done, because, as he is the first to admit, it most certainly does get done! Not an “easy” read, but engaging all the way through!
En este libro hay un recorrido sencillo y sumario por las principales cuestiones que debemos plantearnos siquiera para comprender superficialmente que es esa cosa que llamamos ciencia, que pretende y como funciona.
A moslas useful book for these times when everybody thinks that “the one can see a hidden truth”, that “the one confidently and radically know” This book portrays how difficult and never-ending is the way for truth and how relative is truth.
I must admit that it is not an easy reading, for me, it means that I have to come back to its pages and read them again, not only to enlighten some parts but also for my teaching issues and needs – there are lot of things I can surely use, and A very useful book for these times when everybody jas that “the one can see a hidden truth”, that “the one chalmer and radically know” I must admit that it is not an easy reading, for me, it means that I have to come back to its pages and read them again, not only to enlighten some parts but also for my teaching issues and needs – there are lot of things I can surely use, and I will.
Its author goes through different approaches towards science – from the philosophical point of view, chapters are: Science as knowledge derived from the facts of experience – yfa, main question is: Here the main idea about science mkkslas completely shaken Observation as practical intervention – in very short: I observe, but what do I see and what do I want to see Experiment – analysis of this process 4.
Deriving theories from the facts: Parts dedicated to falsificationism Popper and its criticism. Theories as structures I: Theories as structures II: The Bayesian approach – probability issue involving hypothesis and evidences – levels of relevance this part I must reread again! The new experimentalism D. Mayo – learning from error and triggering revolutions Why should the world obey laws? Realism and anti-realism – this part has been very difficult to understand for me If you want to be fairer and better in your ideas, read mkslas book!
The book takes up interesting aspects of what science is and gets one to think of how people “misuse” the word science and that you can not really determine anything by science. Chalmers chalers written the book so it is easy to read and understand the concepts.
But I believe this is mokzlas book that you can not read from front to back, but have to think a lot and discuss the book with others to see their points of view.
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I rode the book in a class and we discussed every three chapters for about 3 hours The book takes up interesting aspects mokzlas what science is and gets one to think of how people “misuse” the word science and that you can not really determine anything by science. I rode the book in a class and we discussed every three chapters for about 3 hours.
In the end of the book, you know the problems with science. An overall good intro discussion of major concepts in philosophy of science, though I don’t think it’s sufficient as a survey text per se. The chapter on Bayesian methods in particular leaves much to be desired- no comparison to frequentist methodology, or even how statistics is used to evaluate findings as evidence. Despite that, I enjoyed the links Chalmers makes between schools of thought and how chalers pursues their various arguments.
An easy to understand excellent introduction to the philosophy of science from a historical point of view. Must be read again in english version, not translated!
Best overview of philosophy of science for non-experts I could find. Feb 22, Mr. Finished it last year. I enjoyed it quite a lot, and I’d recommend it to anyone interested in the philosophy of science. It explains a lot of the philosophical ideas that we currently take for granted in our education of science and it presents a lot of the historical development of sciences. I think the author has difficulties grasping or explaining clearly some of the latter parts of the book the new experimentalists and the bayesian chapter but all in all it is an excellent book.
I should Finished it last year. I should reread those parts, maybe it is I who needs to pay more attention. Chalmers is one of my favorite authors. He writes in a exciting and softly provoking way, and does a very good job indeed to make a single-book review of this thing called science.
Although this book will be somewhat difficult for beginners, it will be a good purchase to read and return to, again and again.
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This work is both an introduction and contribution. May 31, C. Nifty read for anyone interested in learning more about the context of ‘science. Chalmers communicates complex and abstract concepts in a clear, easy-to-read and well-structured way. This book was so accessible that I only finished reading it a few days before my exam and passed. I’ve assigned it to students, who claimed they liked it.
Very good intro to the topic. Although, Moksslas did not appreciate author’s mitigation of Descarte’s and Bacon’s contributions to the scientific way of thinking.
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Interesting overview of the main principles and methods behind science. Anca rated it really liked it Oct 25, Gabriella Olsson rated it really liked it Jan 06, Toni rated it really liked it Aug 26, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Alan Chalmers was born in Bristol, UK in Despite beginning his academic career in Physics, Chalmers is best known for his work on the subject of the Philosophy of Science.
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