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Deductive–Nomological Model of Explanation

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The deductive–nomological model is a widely accept ed account of the nature of scientific explanation. It is often called the covering law model (CLM), or the Hempel–Oppenheim model. In an explanation under the deductive–nomological model, the explicandum is some phenomenon ...

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