De la Filosofía de la Tecnología a la Filosofía de la Ingeniería
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philosophy of engineering
philosophy of technology
research in engineering
epistemology of engineering
engineering thinking filosofía de la ingeniería
filosofía de la tecnología
investigación en ingeniería
epistemología de la ingeniería
pensamiento de ingeniería

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López-Cruz, O. . (2021). De la Filosofía de la Tecnología a la Filosofía de la Ingeniería. Revista Colombiana De Filosofía De La Ciencia, 20(41), 63–111. https://doi.org/10.18270/rcfc.v20i41.3385

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La creencia generalizada, heredada del inicio del siglo xx, dice que la ingeniería es la aplicación del conocimiento científico. Sin embargo, mediante la comprensión de los conceptos de técnica y tecnología, más allá de un asunto lingüístico, aparece la escena la ingeniería con más líneas de trabajo que solo los asuntos éticos que han sido de amplia consideración en la tradición de la filosofía de la ingeniería o incluso en la sociología de la tecnología. Con una detallada disertación sobre la naturaleza del conocimiento en ingeniería y la inspección del proceso para conducir investigación en ingeniería, en contraste con la forma como el método científico genera conocimiento científico, se infiere que además de crear dos diferentes clases de conocimiento humano, la ciencia y la ingeniería requieren de diferentes métodos de investigación, si bien coinciden en algunos puntos.         

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