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[In Park (2014) I claimed that analogy between idealizations in science and caricatures in art might indicate a way toward a unified theory of representation. The basic idea for the analogy was secured by referring to Hopkins (1998) and Blumson (2009) who have discussed examples of pictorial...
[In his influential book Conceptual Revolutions (1992), Thagard asked whether the question of conceptual change is identical with the question of belief revision. He considered quite seriously the possibility that the answer is positive, for one might argue that they are identical on the ground...
[To date there seems to be no disciplined way of distinguishing between ad hoc hypotheses and legitimate auxiliary hypotheses. This is embarrassing not just for Popperian falsificationist scientific methodology, for the need for such a distinction seems an important part of scientific practice,...
[In the last century, abduction has been extensively studied in logic, semiotics, philosophy of science, computer science, artificial intelligence, and cognitive science. The surge of interest in abduction derives largely from serious reflection on the neglect of the logic of discovery at the...
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