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This, as the argument might go, is not the case where judgments based on other purported modes of perception are concerned. Intuitions, revelations and other alleged non-sensory bases for judgment often lead to incompatible conclusions on diverse matters of fact. Furthermore, where such disagreement arises, there seems to be no specifiable procedure for calling up the appropriate non-sensory "perception" and resolving the disagreement. But though this reply has much force, it does not quite seem to settle the matter.

Our brief excursion into some of these questions was taken merely to serve the more general reader with some introductory perspectives on the sort of issues that may underlie more specific considerations regarding the nature of science and possibly the philosophy of science as a whole. 6. The Scope of Science It seems appropriate before ending our peripheral excursion to consider one other question about scientific subject-matter. We ask : What is the basis for limiting such subject-matter to space-time things?

THE PHILOSOPHICAL ANALYSIS OF SCIENCE AND A THEORY OF SCIENCE 1. The philosophical analysis of science leads to the sort of account that some have characterized as a 'theory of science',1? but it is far from clear as to just what has been added by putting it this way. We can, no doubt, suppose that, in some one of its several nuances, the term 'theory' can be applied here. But what we should not wish to convey by such a term is the unqualified notion that the analysis of science is some sort of 16 Some writers have introduced the term, 'metascience', to describe their studies about science.

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