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The Kantian Legacy in Nineteenth-Century Science

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The contributions of Kantian thought to modern mathematics, mathematical logic, and the foundations of mathematics are now widely acknowledged by scholars. As the essays in this volume show, the general development of modern scientific thought--including the physical sciences, the life sciences, and mathematics--can be viewed as an evolution from Kant through Poincare to E ...more
Hardcover, 370 pages
Published May 19th 2006 by MIT Press (MA)
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Michael Friedman is a Professor ogf Philosophy at Stanford University. His research interests include: Kant, Philosophy of Science, History of Twentieth Century Philosophy, including the interaction between philosophy and the exact sciences from Kant through the logical empiricists, prospects for post-Kuhnian philosophy of science in light of these developments, and the relationship between analyt ...more
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