"The reconstruction of direct experience in systems of symbols, culminating in science" (J.S. SUTHERLAND, 1973, p.55).
J.W. SUTHERLAND admission that science is basically the culmination of a process of conceptual construction, based of course on observation on a phenomenological level, is noteworthy and very useful from an epistemological and ontological viewpoint.
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