Los problemas epistemológicos del relativismo [Epistemological Problems of Relativism]


  • MPRA Paper


  • The hypothesis in this paper is to defend the idea that the dichotomy between facts and theories, conceptual framework or paradigm uninterpreted experience and world, is a profound error (Davidson), born of an essentially incoherent image of the mind as a spectator passive but critical of an internal libraries (Quine). From a naturalistic account of knowledge, Davidson maintains that requires no appeal to epistemological intermediaries such as facts, data or pure sensory sensations. As a corollary of this thesis supports the search for a foundation of evidence for knowledge is meaningless and is not a suitable position to be even asked.

fecha de publicación

  • 2006

Líneas de investigación

  • Davidson
  • Epistemology
  • Quine
  • Relativism


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