D. P. Gorskii. Generalization and Cognition

Russian Studies in Philosophy 26 (1):88-91 (1987)
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The use of logico-semiotic and systems-structural approaches in the analysis of types of abstraction and forms of generalization of concepts was begun in the '50s and '60s by D. P. Gorskii, who at that time introduced the concept of idealization into the terminology. In the early '70s he continued his analysis of the problem of scientific understanding, delineating the specific features of definitions in the theories of natural sciences and in the social science disciplines. In the book under review, Gorskii in a certain sense sums up his results and develops them further



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