Table of contents for Representing and intervening : introductory topics in the philosophy of natural science / Ian Hacking.

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Analytical table of contents
Introduction: rationality
Part I. Representing: 1. What is scientific realism?
2. Building and causing
3. Positivism
4. Pragmatism
5. Incommensurability
6. Reference
7. Internal realism
8. A surrogate for truth
Part II. Intervening: 9. Experiment
10. Observation
11. Microscopes
12. Speculation, calculation, models, approximations
13. The creation of phenomena
14. Measurement
15. Baconian topics
16. Experimentation and scientific realism
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Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Science Philosophy