The paper presents the main ideas of the authoress book 'The Rationality of Science: Problems, Conceptions, and Arguments' (Lublin 2006). It proposes a typology (reconstruction and idealization) of two opposing concepts of the rationality of science, called classical and non-classical. This serves to order and to understand changes that took place in thinking on the rationality of science in the 20th...
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