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Scientific Knowledge and Common Knowledge

  • Pages : 303
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  • Support : Print
  • Edition : Original
  • Ville : Bydgoszcz
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  • ISBN : 978-83-61231-20-2
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  • Date de création : 04-01-2011
  • Dernière mise à jour : 08-11-2015

Résumé :

Anglais

The relation between scientific knowledge and common knowledge is a relatively new philosophical problem; it emerged with the rapid development of empirical science based on mathematics and experimental methods. One of by-products of that development is scientific realism claiming that the world is such as science reveals it to us. However if the world is as science presents it, then, what is the value of common knowledge and what role does common knowledge play in human cognitive activity ? Another question is whether common knowledge precedes in any significant sense scientific knowledge, or is it merely a guide to some of our daily activities with no relation to scientific cognition ? Perhaps it is a burden which, if possible, should be discarded as it makes gain knowledge of what the world is really like difficult. Is it possible that the very question about the relation between scientific knowledge and common knowledge is for some reasons ill-formulated and has no sense whatsoever? The aim of the present book is to search for answers to those questions. M.-M. V.

 

Articles :

pages 15 à 24

Epistemic Circles, Common Sense, and Epistemic Virtues

POUIVET Roger

pages 25 à 33

Is there one unique set of epistemic desiderata ?

PEPLINSKI Marek

pages 35 à 54

Method as a distinguishing characteristics of science

BRONK Andrzej

pages 55 à 62

Does “common” mean the (almost) same in “common law” and “common sense” ?

WOLENSKI Jan

pages 63 à 83

Different faces of “common sense”

ZABIEGLIK Stefan

pages 87 à 95

Common sense, theory and science

HEINZMANN Gerhard

pages 97 à 116

The question of common sense in the epistemology of theories and the epistemology of models

SCHMID Anne-Françoise

pages 117 à 126

Common knowledge and scientific knowledge : difference and interdependence

ZIEMINSKA Renata

pages 129 à 138

Between common sense and philosophical language. David Hume’s science of human nature

GRZELINSKI Adam

pages 139 à 146

Common space and geometrical space in Poincaré’s philosophy

LY Igor

pages 147 à 154

Vuillemin on natural language : from myth to free philosophy

GAN-KRZYWOSZYNSKA Katarzyna

pages 155 à 171

Between common sense and fantology

LUKASIEWICZ Dariusz

pages 173 à 188

Science and common sense in the philosophy of Bernard Lonergan (1904-1984)

WALCZAK Monika

pages 191 à 207

Perceptual experience : common intuitions and scientific explanations

CHIN-DRIAN Yannick

pages 209 à 224

Contextualism and the factivity of knowledge

LIHOREAU Franck, REBUSCHI Manuel

pages 225 à 265

Negation and dichotomy

SCHANG Fabien

pages 267 à 285

Aesthetic properties in a physical world

RÉHAULT Sébastien

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