"Scientific philosophy is not philosophy of science. Scientific philosophy deals with the problem of science, but only as one more question like ethic, politic, epistemology, logic, etc. Scientific philosophy wants to apply the scientific method to all the problems and not only to the problem of science. [Thus] is opposed to the unscientific insight of the philosophy typical of the so-called continental philosophy (hermeneutic, phenomenology, structuralism, etc.), though it appears also in the analytical philosophy. This unscientific vision of the philosophy does not consider that philosophy is a science that builds models of the reality to understand it, but rather that it is a critical work, a list of questions with no answer, an expression of our reactions when we look at the world, etc."
Posted on: Thu, 11 Jul 2013 02:12:08 +0000
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