Typology of scientific models of explanation. Science and complexity
This paper brings out two apparently different domains, namely the logics and methodology of science jointly with some social and political issues closely related. Whereas a fresco about a typology of scientific models is set out, this paper argues that such a view is not indifferent to a number of social expressions and dynamics that are currently going on in the world. The idea, plainly and frankly said, consists in making up a fresco about the relationship between science and complexity.
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