Evolutionary epistemology as science

Biology and Philosophy 2 (3):295-313 (1987)
What credentials does evolutionary epistemology have as science? A judgement based on past performance, both in terms of advancing an empirical programme and further ng theory construction, is not much. This paper briefly outlines some of the research areas, both theoretical and empirical, that can be developed and that might secure for evolutionary epistemology a future in evolutionary biology.
Keywords Evolutionary epistemology  evolution  cognition  hierarchy theory
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