Idealistic Studies 21 (1):1-28 (1991)

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“Logics of discovery” and “dialectical logics:” two theories of inference occupying quite distant corners of the philosophical world. The former have been advanced by a substantial minority tradition within Anglo-American philosophy of science, while the latter are associated almost exclusively with the Hegelian-Marxist tradition. Given these disparate home bases, it is little wonder that these theories hardly share a common language. I shall argue, however, that despite such significant differences in ancestry, they may actually be intended as answers to the same general epistemological problem.
Keywords Continental Philosophy  History of Philosophy
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DOI 10.5840/idstudies19912116
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