At the end of the eighties of the last century, Friedrich G. Wallner in cooperation with colleagues from various disciplines developed a new Philosophy of Science: Constructive Realism. Initially, Constructive Realism was a reaction to the crisis of Philosophy of Science caused by the influential Popper/Kuhn-debate. Within the nineties, it evolved from a pure Philosophy of Science into the realm of Intercultural Philosophy. After the turn of the millennium, it proved in numerous detailed studies to be both an effective and successful tool for fundamental research on Traditional Chinese Medicine.
In this tome, you will find important scholars of Constructive Realism discussing aspects of their work. It features essays on Philosophy, Natural Science and Medicine