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Albert, Ulrich (2005): Interpretierte Theorien und Reduktionen. Dissertation, LMU München: Faculty of Philosophy, Philosophy of Science and the Study of Religion
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Abstract

Theories in the philosphy of science are often described from a syntactical or semantical point of view. In this text both descriptions are generalised by interpreted theories. The corresponding interpreted reductions unify the usual attempts to describe intertheoretical reductions. Furthermore leads the chosen framework to interesting results in various versions of (anti-)reductionism. Approximative Reductions are identified as a special case, as well as truthlikeness.