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Disseminate the research at international academic conferences in philosophy of science, social science, and economics as well as in finance and at interdisciplinary workshops and events;
Although his book starts by putting the focus on understanding science and targeting the main problems of philosophy of science, his ultimate concern is far beyond these issues.
Finally, in the crucial chapter 7, "The Counterrevolution in the Philosophy of Science," Caiazza informs the reader about the fascinating trajectory of the philosophy of science in the English-speaking world in the course of the twentieth century.
The first part, entitled Philosophy of Science in Context, contains essays concerning the relationship between philosophy of science and neighboring disciplines such as epistemology, metaphysics, and the history of science.
Van den Brink follows this historical account with an examination of the implications of each era in philosophy of science for the claim that theology be considered a science.
institutionalist reading of the Structure to the reception of his philosophy of science. In the subsequent three sections, the proposed institutionalist view is unfolded by successively discussing the occurrence, the constitution and the change of socially constructed reality in Kuhn's approach.
Reviewing the development of philosophy of science in the 20th century, we discover surprisingly that the paradigm transformation of philosophy of science experiences the similar process to that of hard-to-soft systems methodology, even though we do!not know whether systems methodology simulates philosophy of science or vice versa.
No book on innovation that I have read makes the connection between innovation and the theory of knowledge and philosophy of science. This is unfortunate, because the theories of innovation may be subject to all the questions, conjectures, and answers that these disciplines have developed with respect to scientific knowledge.
In Pierre Gassendi's Philosophy and Science, Saul Fisher rejects what he calls "the contextualist" approach, proposing instead to analyze and criticize Gassendi's thought on the basis of logic and modern philosophy of science. He states that "to present the philosophical richness of Gassendi's thought is to depict his philosophical and scientific pursuits as part of one and the same project" (xxi).
Dennett's interests are focused primarily on the philosophy of mind and philosophy of science. He has authored over 200 scholarly papers along with several books that have received both academic and critical acclaim: Content and Consciousness (1969), Brainstorms (1978), Consciousness Explained (1991), Darwin's Dangerous Idea (1995), Kinds of Minds (1996), Brainchildren: A Collection of Essays 1984-1996 (1998), Freedom Evolves (2003), and Sweet Dreams: Philosophical Obstacles to a Science of Consciousness (2005).
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