The Impressive Record Of Italian Philosophical Research Since The End Of Fascism Thirty Two Years Ago Is Shown In Many Fields Esthetics, Social And Personal Ethics, History And Sociology Of Philosophy, And Magnificently, Perhaps Above All, In Logic, Foundations Of Mathematics And The PhilosophY, Methodology, And Intellectual History Ofthe Empirical Sciences To Our Pleasure, Maria Luisa Dalla Chiara Of The University Of Florence Gladly Agreed To Assemble A Sampler Of Recent Italian Logical And Analytical Work On The Philosophical Foundations Of Mathematics And Physics, Along With A Number Of Historical Studies Of Epistemological And Mathematical Concepts The Twenty Five Essays That Form This Volume Will, We Expect, Encourage English Reading Philosophers And Scientists To Seek Further Works By These Authors And By Their Teachers, Colleagues, And Students And, We Hope, To Look For Those Other Italian Currents Of Thought In The Philosophy Of Science For Which Points Of Departure Are Not Wholly Analytic, And Which Also Deserve Study And Recognition In The World Wide Philosophical Community Of Course, Italy Has Long Been Related To That World Community In Scien Titlc Matters.
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- Italian Studies in the Philosophy of Science (Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science)
- Maria Luisa Dalla Chiara
- 24 February 2017 Maria Luisa Dalla Chiara