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Wissenschaftstheorie und Wissenschaftswissenschaften: Replik zu Bemerkungen von Joachim Weimann

Heinrich Müller-Godeffroy
Jahrbuch für Sozialwissenschaft
Bd. 38, H. 1 (1987), pp. 121-125
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20714555
Page Count: 5
Topics: Gilts
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Wissenschaftstheorie und Wissenschaftswissenschaften: Replik zu Bemerkungen von Joachim Weimann
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Abstract

Two subjects are discussed: First some misleading statements in J. Weimann's above article are talked about. In the way that Weimann from the view of a Popperian describes 'the normative function of falsificationism' shows typical misinterpretations of methodology. The state of this science does not enable to give devices about what is the ultimate point of reference for empirical sciences. Second a distinction between theory of science and sciences of science is introduced. It is shown briefly that the theory of science — even if purely formal interpretated — needs the empirical foundation of sciences of science, if it aims to develop a rational reconstruction of real sciences.

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