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By Thomas Heath

Volume 2 of an authoritative two-volume set that covers the necessities of arithmetic and lines each landmark innovation and every vital determine, including Euclid, Apollonius, and others.

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14. I. Kant, Introduction to Logic, op. cit. [10], Chap. I. 15. G. G. Granger, Formes, opérations, objets (Vrin, 1994), p. 75. 16. L. 13. 34 M. BITBOL 17. J. Piaget “Epistémologie de la logique,” in J. , Logique et connaissance scientifique, op. cit. [3], p. 385. 18. , p. 383; see J. ). 19. J. Piaget, “Epistémologie de la logique,” in J. , Logique et connaissance scientifique, op. cit. [3], p. 388. 20. , p. 397. 21. J. Habermas, Zur Logik der Sozialwissenschaften (Suhrkamp, 1982). 22. See, for example, J.

For a comparative analysis of these diverse approaches, see: M. Bitbol, op. cit. [41]; “Quasi-réalisme et pensée physique,” Critique 564, 340361; L’aveuglante proximité du réel,” Critique 576, 359-383. 48. M. Serres, Les origines de la géométrie (Flammarion, 1993), p. 21. 49. , p. 27. 4 EPISTEMIC OPERATIONS AND FORMALIZED EPISTEMOLOGY: CONTRIBUTION TO THE STUDY OF THE ROLE OF EPISTEMIC OPERATIONS IN SCIENTIFIC THEORIES Michel Paty Equipe REHSEIS CNRS and Université Paris 7-Denis Diderot Centre Javelot, 2 Place Jussieu F-75251-Paris-Cedex 05, France We ponder the kind of problems and perspectives of a “formalized epistemology”, by considering the advantages than one get from a concern with the “formal”, with its structural orientation, that would favour comprehensive, unifying and synthetic, intelligibility.

L. Wittgenstein, Tractatus logico-philosophicus, op. 13. 25. 124. 26. 19. 27. 171. 28. 1. 29. L. Wittgenstein, Philosophical Investigations (Blackwell, 1958). 30. J. Bouveresse, Wittgenstein, la rime et la raison (Editions de Minuit, 1973), p. 67. 31. L. Wittgenstein, Philosophical Investigations, op. cit. [29], Chaps. II and XII. 32. J. Bouveresse, La force de la règle (Editions de Minuit, 1987), p. 142. 33. H. Putnam, Définitions (Pourquoi ne peut-on pas ’naturaliser’ la raison), op. cit. [2], p.

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