Goethe's Theory of Knowledge: An Outline of the Epistemology of His Worldview by Rudolf Steiner
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
The gist of this is that you can't divorce the scientist's human mind from what it investigates. The thought that it *actively* thinks about the mere object is itself a part of the world, which is split in half into object (percept) and thought (concept). The human mind links the two and makes the world appear. That much sounds like Heidegger (the logos of phenomena).
A briefer summary: if you've got a mind, flaunt it.
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