Análisis de las contribuciones y de los sentidos de la epistemología histórica
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historia de la ciencia
epistemología
historia de la epistemología
filosofía de la ciencia

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Moreno, J.-C. (2018). Análisis de las contribuciones y de los sentidos de la epistemología histórica. Revista Colombiana De Filosofía De La Ciencia, 18(37), 155-177. https://doi.org/10.18270/rcfc.v18i37.2573

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En este texto se analiza la relevancia teórica de la reciente perspectiva designada como “epistemología histórica”, en relación con la perspectiva similar de la historia de la epistemología. En contraste con el punto de vista planteado por Sturm, se revisan y discuten los cuestionamientos a los aportes epistemológicos de los análisis de las prácticas investigativas, realizados por los estudios de la epistemología histórica. Como punto de partida para el análisis de estos aspectos, se especifican el origen y el significado de la epistemología histórica, y se definen los principales sentidos en los que se ha desarrollado esta perspectiva, sus aportes, sus principales limitaciones y sus críticas.

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