Tag: Hans Reichenbach

January 3, 2011  |  No Comments

In 1965 Carl Hempel sought to describe the process of scientific explanation.  While it may not sound like an original or important thing to do, it was.  For now you’ll just have to trust me because I’m the sort of person that electively reads books entitled Aspects of Scientific Explanation.

As you might guess, Hempel’s account … Read More