Filosofía de las ciencias sociales
Vol. XXI # 42 RCFC
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Palabras clave

Philosophy of Social Sciences
postpositivism
scientific realism
social constructivism
idealization in science
abstracted empirism Filosofía de las ciencias sociales
postpositivismo
realismo científico
constructivismo social
idealización en ciencias
empirismo abstracto

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Armijo Torres, Álvaro. (2021). Filosofía de las ciencias sociales : desarrollo, enfoques y compromisos ontológicos. Revista Colombiana De Filosofía De La Ciencia, 21(42). https://doi.org/10.18270/rcfc.v21i42.3478

Resumen

La filosofía de las ciencias sociales tradicionalmente ha ocupado un rol secundario dentro de la filosofía de las ciencias. Sin embargo, esta situación ha cambiado en las últimas décadas. Dado lo anterior, en este artículo muestro el desarrollo de una filosofía de las ciencias sociales motivada tanto por la filosofía de las ciencias como por las ciencias sociales. En lo práctico, tres son las ideas desarrolladas: 1) existe una conexión entre filosofía de las ciencias sociales y filosofía de las ciencias; 2) dicha conexión se explica a partir de las transformaciones recientes en filosofía de las ciencias, y 3) esta conexión ofrece nuevos enfoques para comprender la realidad social y la práctica de las ciencias sociales.

 

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