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What reliability judgments about experimental proofs owe to coherence

Abstract : Intervention s’intégrant à un Symposium « Coherence as an Indicator of Quality in Scientific Practices » organisé par Hasok Chang, avec des interventions de Hasok Chang (Operational Coherence as the Effective Harmony of Actions) et Sjoerd Zwart (Coherence as Emergent Property).
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Léna Soler. What reliability judgments about experimental proofs owe to coherence. Seventh biennial conference of the Society for the Philosophy of Science in Practice, Jun 2018, Gand, Belgium. ⟨hal-02974123⟩



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