Filosofía y ciencia [PHILOSOPHY & SCIENCE] A series edited by Pablo Lorenzano Philosophy and science are part of the most important cultural production of our time. The increasingly changing relations between these realms have always covered a wide spectrum of possibilities, including two contrasting views: one that regards them as identical, and another one that regards them as opposed. While it does not embrace either of those extreme positions, this series does recognize that there are philosophical assumptions and implications in science, while philosophical reflection on science is essential for a better understanding of scientific phenomena. Including recent studies as well as classic works so far unavailable to Spanishspeaking readers, this series seeks to spread the ideas that have emerged from an intertwining of those disciplines, which epitomize C.P. Snow’s “two cultures”, thus helping to bridge the gaps between them. Paperback | 15 x 23 cm
Desarrollos actuales de la metateoría estructuralista: problemas y discusiones [Current Developments on Structuralist Metatheory: Issues and Debates] José A. Díez Pablo Lorenzano (eds.) isbn 987-9173-72-4 2002 | 364 p. | 450 g $ 26 | usd 6,94
This book gathers most of the papers presented at “I Encuentro Internacional ‘Perspectivas actuales de la metateoría estructuralista’”, an academic meeting organized by a small group of Spanish-speaking philosophers who sought to discuss methodological and epistemological issues in science from a structuralist perspective. This event, which took place in México in 1998, was the first to be held on the topic among Spanish speakers at an international level.
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