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Cognitive relativism and social science

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Published by Transaction Publishers in New Brunswick, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sociology -- Philosophy -- Congresses.,
  • Anthropology -- Philosophy -- Congresses.,
  • Relativity -- Congresses.,
  • Knowledge, Sociology of -- Congresses.,
  • Knowledge, Theory of -- Congresses.

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    Statementedited by Diederick Raven, Lieteke van Vucht Tijssen and Jan de Wolf.
    ContributionsRaven, Diederick., Vucht Tijssen, Lieteke van., Wolf, Jan de.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHM26 .C64 1991
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxviii, 297 p. ;
    Number of Pages297
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1868882M
    ISBN 100887384250
    LC Control Number90027280

      Book Description. This is the first book to explore the connections and interactions between social epistemology and epistemic relativism. The essays in the volume are organized around three distinct philosophical approaches to this topic: 1) foundational questions concerning deep disagreement, the variability of epistemic norms, and the relationship between relativism and reliabilism; 2) the 11 - Cognitive relativism: between positivistic and relativistic thinking in the social sciences Nicos P. Mouzelis, London School of Economics and Political Science Publisher: Cambridge University Press

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      A Conversation about Science, page Our main thesis is that cognitive relativism is a position that no scientist (in either the natural or the social sciences) should wish to embrace, and that methodological relativism makes sense only if one adheres to cognitive :// Get this from a library! Consciousness, cognitive schemata, and relativism: multidisciplinary explorations in cognitive science. [Matti Kamppinen;] -- The purpose of this book is to illustrate how empirical and conceptual problems interact in modern cognitive science. A multidisciplinary approach encourages us to redraw the boundaries between


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/ Jan Willem Bakker --Conceputal variation and conceptual relativism in the social sciences / Christopher G.A. Bryant --A neglected giant: Max Weber and the strong program / Lieteke van Vucht Tijssen --Science beyond realism and relativism / Mary Hesse --Defense of cognitive relativism: realism, idealism and nominalism / Diederick Raven "Cognitive Relativism and Social Science "aims to do just this.

It is a working assumption of this volume that, as far as the subject of cognitive relativism is concerned, anthropologists, philosophers, and sociologists should join forces rather than try to deal with the challenges of cognitive relativism within strictly imposed boundaries that M.

Bunge, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 1 Relations to Skepticism, Constructivism, and Postmodernism Relativism is an Aspect of Skepticism. Cognitive relativism is an aspect of systematic (as opposed to methodological) skepticism.

This is the view that truth is unattainable, whence ‘anything goes.’ M. Bunge, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Cognitive (or epistemological) relativism is the view that every belief is bound to some individual, group, place, or time—whence there are no objective cross-cultural and universal truths.

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"Cognitive Relativism and Social Science "aims to do just this. It is a working assumption of this volume that, as far as the subject of cognitive relativism is concerned, anthropologists, philosophers, and sociologists should join forces rather than try to deal with the challenges of cognitive relativism within strictly imposed boundaries that normally separate academic   Cognitive relativism and peer-review bias - Volume 5 Issue 2 - M.

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