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Copernicus, following his ancient forebears, reached the heretical conclusion that "things do not happen as if at the bidding of capricious spirits." We have followed this norm and we find no need for the hypothesis of a superior power to organized labor, in order to establish a new order of things. Scientific method in this sense decidedly does not mean reduction to physics or any other natural science.

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Publisher: University of Chicago Press (March 15, 1997)

ISBN: 0226136396

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