Two Criteria of Theoreticity 1. Theoreticity, on this understanding, is the negation of observabilty. This explanation of theoreticity thus rests on an antecedent understanding of observability. What makes an entity or property observable?
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THE JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY VOLUME LXVII, NO. I3, JULY 9, HOW TO DEFINE THEORETICAL TERMS M OST philosophers of science agree that, when a newly proposed scientific theory introduces new terms, we. The present article explains the principal distinction between observational and theoretical terms, discusses important criticisms and refinements of this distinction and investigates two problems concerning the semantics of theoretical terms.
The logical positivists have pointed the way to the development of scientific theory as the basis of empirical social science. Problems in Terminology, Concept Formation, and Theory Construction: Sociological Focus: Vol 4, No 4.
In this chapter we observed theoretical problems of terminology, functions of terminology, requirements of a term, terms, their definition and classification, terminology and terminological system, the principles of terminology and methods.