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Evolutionary epistemology, rationality, and the sociology of knowledge

Author: Gerard Radnitzky; William Warren Bartley; Karl R Popper
Publisher: La Salle [Ill.] : Open Court, ©1987.
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This collection of essays in support of the theory of evolutionary epistemology includes articles by Karl Popper, Peter Munz and Gerhard Vollmer. This volume attempts to show how an evolutionary and  Read more...

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Evolutionary epistemology, rationality, and the sociology of knowledge.
La Salle [Ill.] : Open Court, ©1987
(OCoLC)642407406
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gerard Radnitzky; William Warren Bartley; Karl R Popper
ISBN: 0812690389 9780812690385 0812690397 9780812690392
OCLC Number: 14273550
Description: xiv, 475 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction / Gerard Radnitzky, W.W. Bartley, III --
Evolutionary Epistemology --
Philosophy of Biology versus Philosophy of Physics / W.W. Bartley, III --
Philosophy of Biology versus Philosophy of Physics --
Philosophy of Physics versus Biology --
Leading Themes of the Dominant Philosophy of Physics --
Mach's Philosophy of Physics: Presentationalism --
Presuppositions of Presentationalism --
The Scientific Background to Presentationalism: Philosophy of Physics versus Physics --
Presentationalism: Metaphysics Masquerading as Anti-Metaphysical Science --
The Challenge of Evolutionary Epistemology --
The Development of Popper's Thought --
The Evolutionary Epistemologists --
Presentationalism is Lamarckian --
Sensation is Not Authoritative --
The Evolution of Sensation: Campbell versus Wachtershauser --
The Comparative Study of Cognitive Structures --
About a Frog, Idealistically Disposed --
A Summary of the Argument --
Why All This Ought Not to be Surprising--And Why It is --
Evolutionary Epistemology / Donald T. Campbell --
The Selective Elimination Model --
Locating the Problem of Knowledge --
A Nested Hierarchy of Selective-Retention Processes --
Nonmnemonic problem solving --
Vicarious locomotor devices --
Habit and 4. Instinct --
Visually supported thought --
Mnemonically supported thought --
Socially vicarious exploration: observational learning and imitation --
Language --
Cultural cumulation --
Science --
Historical Perspectives on Evolutionary Epistemology.
Responsibility: edited by Gerard Radnitzky and W.W. Bartley III ; with contributions by Sir Karl Popper [and others].

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