Course

Philosophy of Science and History of Ideas

Description

In the Continental tradition, including French Philosophy, Philosophy, Epistemology of Science and History of Ideas are deeply related. Maybe, this current peaked at the time of L’archéologie du savoir, such as proposed by Michel Foucault. The seminar will try to place this current in its context and to explore the outlook, especially the appropriation of such current by many philosophers of the analytic tradition such as R. Rorty and Ian Hacking, as well as the varieties of epistemological constructivism currently considered in the philosophical and epistemological discussion.

Credits

3

Language

both

Faculty

Philosophy

Professor

NULL

Course code

DPHY 6474

Room number

202

Academic year

2019-20

Semester

Winter

Level

Graduate

Time

Tuesday, 1:30p.m.-4:20p.m.

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