Lawson's Shoehorn, or Should the Philosophy of Science Be Rated ‘X’?


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Abstract

Lawson's (2002) interpretations of Galileo's discovery of the moons of Jupiter and other cases exhibit several historical errors, addressed here both specifically and generally. They illustrate how philosophical preconceptions can distort history and thus lessons about the nature of science.

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