I would be glad if some generous person assess this excerpt:

Realism is one of the controversial debates in philosophy of science debates in which the main problem is the aim of science and limits and domains of scientific knowledge.

thanks in advance.

cheers,

Ali
I am not sure as to what you want your writing to suggest in meaning.

Realism is one of the controversial (debates) issues in philosophy of science (debates) (in) where the main problem is the aim of science and limits and domains of scientific knowledge.
This sentence, I think, is correct grammatically, however, I am not sure it bridges the gap between your thoughts and what the receiver gets.

Thanks a lot for your concern
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now let me continue with this:

Realists take empirical science, both about observables and about unobservables, cognitive and truth like, and in contrary their anti-realists colleague limit the cognitive content of empirical science to observables domain.

thanks in advance.

Ali
Hi,

Realists take empirical science, both about observables and about unobservables, cognitive and truth like, and in contrary their anti-realists colleague limit the cognitive content of empirical science to observables domain.

This sentence needs some revision, as it is not clear. I've suggested some changes, but I may not have reflected your meaning correctly because I don't fully see it from the original.

Realists believe in empirical science, for use with both the observable and the unobservable, for both knowledge and truth alike. On the contrary, their anti-realist colleagues limit the cognitive content of empirical science to the observable domain.

Best wishes, Clive
Thanks a lot. I rewrite last changes such:

Realism is one of the controversial issues in philosophy of science debates in which the main problem is about the aim of science and limits and domain of scientific knowledge. Realists believe that empirical sciences, both about observables and about unobservables, have cognitive content and are truth-like. On the contrary, their anti-realists colleagues limit the cognitive content of empirical sciences to the observable domain.

and continue such:

Of Course, scientific realism is not limited to these debates and problems, so that, at the early twenty century and the emergence of new theories such as Quantum Theory and Relativity Theory, these debates was hotted, so that different branches and tenets were created in two camps.

is it correct?

cheers,

Ali
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