Pace Koertge: the actual incommensurability of concepts has never been of practical significance to the History of Science. Instead, there have been debates over 'rules of evidence', over what problems are important, and over the best method of resolving them. And that these are disagreements over matters of fact.
-> Collaboration 93;
& Autonomy 60; Historical reconstruction 161; Methodology 239; Philosophy of Science 270; Positivism 271; Rationality 304; Reconstructions 307; Relativism 308; Theory comparison 352;
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