2012 | 60 | 4 | 147-180
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The paper is divided in several parts, entitled as follows: introduction; the standard view, its characteristic; constructive challenge of the received standpoint; attempted resolutions of the prob- lem of comparability; how do work visual perceptions in scientific observations? meaning variance of scientific terms; an attempt to construe the ground for comparability — concluding remarks.
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