Biology and the New Scientific Subjectivism: a suitable case for critical realism?

New Formations - ISSN 0950-2378
Volume 2005 Number 56

Biology and the New Scientific Subjectivism: a suitable case for critical realism?
Kathryn Dean, pages -

Abstract

Dean explores modern and postmodern sciences, and the distinction between the two. To examine the critical realist philosophy of science, she looks at the two sciences discussed by Roy Bhaskar in A Realist Theory of Science and suggests the differences between reification and dereification in life sciences.

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Kathryn Dean (2005) Biology and the New Scientific Subjectivism: a suitable case for critical realism?, New Formations, 2005(56), -

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