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Author: Mario Bunge
ISBN: 0765804271
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Pages 481 pages
Publisher Transaction Publishers (March 1, 1998)
Language English
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Mario Bunge is professor in the philosophy department at McGill University in Montreal and holds sixteen honorary doctorates and four honorary professorships. Series: Science and Technology Studies.

Mario Bunge is professor in the philosophy department at McGill University in Montreal and holds sixteen honorary doctorates and four honorary professorships. His works include Treatise on Basic Philosophy, Philosophy of Psychology, Scientific Materialism, Social Science under Debate, and Philosophy of Science. Paperback: 481 pages. Publisher: Transaction Publishers (March 1, 1998).

Mario Bunge Social science contributions include Hans Albert on social science and moral philosophy, W. B. Gallie, on the critical philosophy of history, Pieter Geyl on "The Open Society and its Enemies, "and.

A critical approach to problems, procedures, and results in every field of inquiry is therefore a necessary condition for the continuance of progress. The title of this volume then is, in a sense, an homage to Popper's critical rationalism and critical empiricism. The essays are a tribute to his unceasing and uncompromising quest, not for final certainty, but for closer truth and increased clarity. Social science contributions include Hans Albert on social science and moral philosophy, W. Gallie, on the critical philosophy of history, Pieter Geyl on "The Open Society and its Enemies, "and George H. Nadel on the philosophy of History. Voransicht des Buches .

This collection of essays, written on four continents by scientists, philosophers and humanists, was initially presented to Karl R. Popper on his sixtieth birthday as a token of critical admiration and in recognition of his work

This collection of essays, written on four continents by scientists, philosophers and humanists, was initially presented to Karl R. Popper on his sixtieth birthday as a token of critical admiration and in recognition of his work. But the volume also stands on its own as a remarkable series of statements utilizing Popper's critical vision in the study of philosophy proper, logic, mathematics, science as method and theory, and finally to the study of society and history.

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PDF Mario Bunge was born in Argentina in 1919 and is now in his mid-90s. Third, as Bunge clearly embodies the aspirations held for liberal.

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The Philosophy of Science and Technology in China: Political and . Similar books and articles. Entretiens Avec Mario Bunge Une Philosophie Pour l''ge de la Science. The Critical Approach to Science and Philosophy.

The Philosophy of Science and Technology in China: Political and Ideological Influences. Yuanlin Guo - 2014 - Science & Education 23 (9):1835-1844. Mario Augusto Bunge & Karl Raimund Popper - 1964 - Free Press of Glencoe.

1 Introduction: Philosophy of Technology and Philosophy of Science as Philosophies of Practices. During the last quarter of the nineteenth century and most of the twentieth century a critical attitude predominated in philosophical reflection on technology

1 Introduction: Philosophy of Technology and Philosophy of Science as Philosophies of Practices. The Relationship Between Technology and Science. The Centrality of Design to Technology. Methodological Issues: Design as Decision Making. During the last quarter of the nineteenth century and most of the twentieth century a critical attitude predominated in philosophical reflection on technology. The representatives of this attitude were, overwhelmingly, schooled in the humanities or the social sciences and had virtually no first-hand knowledge of engineering practice.

1 Philosophy of Science and Technology 2 What Is Technology? . There is also a powerful traditional critical of technology, at least since the romantic era of the late 1700s.

Next, approaches to philosophy of technology very different from the logical, formal economic, and analytical approaches are examined.

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This collection of essays, written on four continents by scientists, philosophers and humanists, was initially presented to Karl R. Popper on his sixtieth birthday as a token of critical admiration and in recognition of his work. But the volume also stands on its own as a remarkable series of statements utilizing Popper's critical vision in the study of philosophy proper, logic, mathematics, science as method and theory, and finally to the study of society and history. What is remarkable is that Popper worked in all of these areas, not in a cursory or discursive way, but with the utmost clarity and rigor.

. The core position of this volume and its contributors is that the progress of knowledge is not a linear accumulation of definitive acquisitions but a zigzagging process in which counterexamples and unfavorable evidence ruin generalizations and prompt the invention of more comprehensive and sometimes deeper generalizations, to be criticized in their turn. A critical approach to problems, procedures, and results in every field of inquiry is therefore a necessary condition for the continuance of progress.

The title of this volume then is, in a sense, an homage to Popper's critical rationalism and critical empiricism. The essays are a tribute to his unceasing and uncompromising quest, not for final certainty, but for closer truth and increased clarity. Among the contributors are outstanding figures in philosophy and the exact sciences in their own right, including Herbert Feigl, R. M. Hare, J.O. Wisdom, Nicholas Rescher, David Bohm, Paul K. Feyerabend, F. A. Hayek, and Adolf Grunbaum. Social science contributions include Hans Albert on social science and moral philosophy, W. B. Gallie, on the critical philosophy of history, Pieter Geyl on The Open Society and its Enemies, and George H. Nadel on the philosophy of History.