In D. Aerts, H. Van Belle & J. Van der Veken (eds.), World Views and the Problem of Synthesis. The Yellow Book of `Einstein Meets Magritte'. Springer. pp. 217-228 (1999)

It is proposed to analyze the unity of scientific knowledge in terms of its structure-nominative reconstruction.
Keywords scientific knowledge system  subsystems of knowledge systems  structure-nominative reconstruction  scientific knowledge and its systems
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