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Title: Science studies as naturalized philosophy
Authors: Collin, Finn.
subject: Science Philosophy.;Social sciences Philosophy.;Naturalism.;Erfahrungswissenschaften. gnd.;Methode. gnd.;Naturalismus. gnd.;Philosophie. gnd.;Wissenschaftstheorie. gnd.;Sozialwissenschaften. idszbz.;Wissenschaft. idszbz.;Methode. idszbz.;Naturalismus (Phi;501;B67.C545 2011
Year: 2011
place: Dordrecht.
New York
Publisher: Springer,
Series/Report no.: Synthese library. Studies in epistemology, logic, methodology, and philosophy of science v. 348.
Abstract: "This book approaches its subject matter in a way that combines a strong analytical and critical perspective with a historical and sociological framework for the understanding of the emergence of Science Studies. This is a novelty, since extant literature on this topic tends either to narrate the history of the field, with little criticism, or to criticize Science Studies from a philosophical platform but with little interest in its historical and social context. The book provides a critical review of the most prominent figures in Science Studies (also known as Science and Technology Studies) and traces the historical roots of the discipline back to developments emerging after World War II. It also presents it as an heir to a long trend in Western thought towards the naturalization of philosophy, where a priori modes of thought are replaced by empirical ones. Finally, it points to ways for Science Studies to proceed in the future"--Publisher description.
URI: http://46.100.53.162/handle/Ebook/25792
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ISBN: 9789048197408 (alk. paper).
9048197406 (alk. paper).
9789048197415 (e-book).
9048197414 (e-book)
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Title: Science studies as naturalized philosophy
Authors: Collin, Finn.
subject: Science Philosophy.;Social sciences Philosophy.;Naturalism.;Erfahrungswissenschaften. gnd.;Methode. gnd.;Naturalismus. gnd.;Philosophie. gnd.;Wissenschaftstheorie. gnd.;Sozialwissenschaften. idszbz.;Wissenschaft. idszbz.;Methode. idszbz.;Naturalismus (Phi;501;B67.C545 2011
Year: 2011
place: Dordrecht.
New York
Publisher: Springer,
Series/Report no.: Synthese library. Studies in epistemology, logic, methodology, and philosophy of science v. 348.
Abstract: "This book approaches its subject matter in a way that combines a strong analytical and critical perspective with a historical and sociological framework for the understanding of the emergence of Science Studies. This is a novelty, since extant literature on this topic tends either to narrate the history of the field, with little criticism, or to criticize Science Studies from a philosophical platform but with little interest in its historical and social context. The book provides a critical review of the most prominent figures in Science Studies (also known as Science and Technology Studies) and traces the historical roots of the discipline back to developments emerging after World War II. It also presents it as an heir to a long trend in Western thought towards the naturalization of philosophy, where a priori modes of thought are replaced by empirical ones. Finally, it points to ways for Science Studies to proceed in the future"--Publisher description.
URI: http://46.100.53.162/handle/Ebook/25792
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/327968
ISBN: 9789048197408 (alk. paper).
9048197406 (alk. paper).
9789048197415 (e-book).
9048197414 (e-book)
Appears in Collections:Philosophy

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Title: Science studies as naturalized philosophy
Authors: Collin, Finn.
subject: Science Philosophy.;Social sciences Philosophy.;Naturalism.;Erfahrungswissenschaften. gnd.;Methode. gnd.;Naturalismus. gnd.;Philosophie. gnd.;Wissenschaftstheorie. gnd.;Sozialwissenschaften. idszbz.;Wissenschaft. idszbz.;Methode. idszbz.;Naturalismus (Phi;501;B67.C545 2011
Year: 2011
place: Dordrecht.
New York
Publisher: Springer,
Series/Report no.: Synthese library. Studies in epistemology, logic, methodology, and philosophy of science v. 348.
Abstract: "This book approaches its subject matter in a way that combines a strong analytical and critical perspective with a historical and sociological framework for the understanding of the emergence of Science Studies. This is a novelty, since extant literature on this topic tends either to narrate the history of the field, with little criticism, or to criticize Science Studies from a philosophical platform but with little interest in its historical and social context. The book provides a critical review of the most prominent figures in Science Studies (also known as Science and Technology Studies) and traces the historical roots of the discipline back to developments emerging after World War II. It also presents it as an heir to a long trend in Western thought towards the naturalization of philosophy, where a priori modes of thought are replaced by empirical ones. Finally, it points to ways for Science Studies to proceed in the future"--Publisher description.
URI: http://46.100.53.162/handle/Ebook/25792
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/327968
ISBN: 9789048197408 (alk. paper).
9048197406 (alk. paper).
9789048197415 (e-book).
9048197414 (e-book)
Appears in Collections:Philosophy

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