## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 72N. Zanichelli, 1979 - Nuclear physics |

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In the framework of our « empirical model theory », we can describe some formal

As is well known, a basic concept of standard metamathematics is represented ...

In the framework of our « empirical model theory », we can describe some formal

**relations**between theories, which seem to be characteristic of physical science.As is well known, a basic concept of standard metamathematics is represented ...

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In order to further explain the meaning of this theorem, it should be mentioned

here that the

-,, i.e. A~B^A ,B , A~B,A~C^ A~ (B/\C) and A ~ (BvC) . From this closure property ...

In order to further explain the meaning of this theorem, it should be mentioned

here that the

**relation**of commensurability is closed under the operations a, v and-,, i.e. A~B^A ,B , A~B,A~C^ A~ (B/\C) and A ~ (BvC) . From this closure property ...

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According to the definition, the

holds if and only if the proposition A -> B can be defended in a formal dialog. If for

two propositions A < B and B< A are valid, we write A = B. By using the

...

According to the definition, the

**relation**A ; B between the propositions A and Bholds if and only if the proposition A -> B can be defended in a formal dialog. If for

two propositions A < B and B< A are valid, we write A = B. By using the

**relation**<...

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### Contents

E Amaldi Radioactivity a pragmatic pillar of probabilistic | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Final remarks | 21 |

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