John Worrall

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John Worrall (born 27 November 1946) is an English philosopher of science notable for his advancement of Lakatos's methodology of scientific research programmes and his work on structural realism.


Here are the works of Worrall included in the bibliographic records of this encyclopedia:

  • Worrall (1988): Worrall, John. (1988) Review: The Value of a Fixed Methodology. The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 39, 263-275.
  • Worrall (1989): Worrall, John. (1989) Fix It and Be Damned: A Reply to Laudan. The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 40, 376-388.

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