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  1. José Díez, Explicación, Unificación Y Subsunción1 José A. Diez.
    "Estos dos modos de ver la explicación no son incompatibles entre sí; cada uno ofrece un modo razonable de analizar la explicación. De hecho, pueden ser tomados como representando dos aspectos diferentes pero compatibles de la explicación científica" (1989, p. 183). "[estos dos enfoques] se han desarrollado hasta el punto en que pueden coexistir pacíficamente como dos aspectos distintos de la explicación científica" (1992, p. 39). "No rechazo la posibilidad de una teoría [unificacionista] de este tipo; creo que ella no (...)
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    Jose Diez Faixat (1993). A Hypothesis on the Rhythm of Becoming. World Futures 36 (1):31-56.
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    José Díez (2012). Can We Dispense with Mimesis in Representation? Metascience 21 (1):105-110.
    Can we dispense with mimesis in representation? Content Type Journal Article Pages 1-6 DOI 10.1007/s11016-011-9529-1 Authors José A. Díez, Department of Logic, History and Philosophy of Science/LOGOS Research Group, University of Barcelona, C/Montalegre, 6-8, 08001 Barcelona, Spain Journal Metascience Online ISSN 1467-9981 Print ISSN 0815-0796.
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    José Díez (2012). Can We Dispense with Mimesis in Representation? Metascience 21 (1):105-110.
    Can we dispense with mimesis in representation? Content Type Journal Article Category Essay Review Pages 1-6 DOI 10.1007/s11016-011-9529-1 Authors José A. Díez, Department of Logic, History and Philosophy of Science/LOGOS Research Group, University of Barcelona, C/Montalegre, 6-8, 08001 Barcelona, Spain Journal Metascience Online ISSN 1467-9981 Print ISSN 0815-0796.
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    José Díez & Pablo Lorenzano (2015). Are Natural Selection Explanatory Models a Priori? Biology and Philosophy 30 (6):787-809.
    The epistemic status of Natural Selection has seemed intriguing to biologists and philosophers since the very beginning of the theory to our present times. One prominent contemporary example is Elliott Sober, who claims that NS, and some other theories in biology, and maybe in economics, are peculiar in including explanatory models/conditionals that are a priori in a sense in which explanatory models/conditionals in Classical Mechanics and most other standard theories are not. Sober’s argument focuses on some “would promote” sentences that (...)
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    José Díez (2014). Scientific W-Explanation as Ampliative, Specialized Embedding: A Neo-Hempelian Account. Erkenntnis 79 (S8):1413-1443.
    The goal of this paper is to present and defend an empiricist, neo-Hempelian account of scientific explanation as ampliative, specialized embedding. The proposal aims to preserve what I take to be the core of Hempel’s empiricist account, by weakening it in some respects and strengthening it in others, introducing two new conditions that solve most of Hempel’s problems without abandoning his empiricist strictures. According to this proposal, to explain a phenomenon is to make it expectable by introducing new conceptual/ontological machinery (...)
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    José Díez (2002). A Program for the Individuation of Scientific Concepts. Synthese 130 (1):13 - 48.
    Within post−Kuhnian, philosophy of science, much effort has been devoted to issues related to conceptual change, such as incommensurability, scientific progress and realism, but mostly in terms of reference, without a fine−grained theory of scientific concepts/senses. Within the philosophy of language and of mind tradition, there is a large body of work on concepts, but the application to scientific concepts has been very tentative. The aim of this paper is to propose a general framework for a theory for the individuation (...)
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    José Díez & Pablo Lorenzano (2013). Who Got What Wrong? Fodor and Piattelli on Darwin: Guiding Principles and Explanatory Models in Natural Selection. [REVIEW] Erkenntnis 78 (5):1143-1175.
    The purpose of this paper is to defend, contra Fodor and Piattelli-Palmarini (F&PP), that the theory of natural selection (NS) is a perfectly bona fide empirical unified explanatory theory. F&PP claim there is nothing non-truistic, counterfactual-supporting, of an “adaptive” character and common to different explanations of trait evolution. In his debate with Fodor, and in other works, Sober defends NS but claims that, compared with classical mechanics (CM) and other standard theories, NS is peculiar in that its explanatory models are (...)
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  9. José A. Díez & Carles Ulises Moulines (1997). Fundamentos de Filosofía de la Ciencia.
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    Jose Díez (2007). Falsificationism and the Structure of Theories: The Popper–Kuhn Controversy About the Rationality of Normal Science. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A 38 (3):543-554.
    Many controversies within philosophy of science have been attempted to be explained in terms of the metaphilosophical prescription/description distinction over the goal of philosophy of science. The aim of this paper is to show that the controversy between Popper and Kuhn about the ir/rationality of Normal Science cannot be fully explained in these terms, not even if we also take the truth/problem-solving distinction over the goal of science into account. It is argued that, to gain full understanding of this controversy, (...)
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    José Díez, Kareem Khalifa & Bert Leuridan (2013). General Theories of Explanation: Buyer Beware. Synthese 190 (3):379-396.
    We argue that there is no general theory of explanation that spans the sciences, mathematics, and ethics, etc. More specifically, there is no good reason to believe that substantive and domain-invariant constraints on explanatory information exist. Using Nickel (Noûs 44(2):305–328, 2010 ) as an exemplar of the contrary, generalist position, we first show that Nickel’s arguments rest on several ambiguities, and then show that even when these ambiguities are charitably corrected, Nickel’s defense of general theories of explanation is inadequate along (...)
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  12. Jose Diez, Jose Falguera & Pablo Lorenzano (2011). Introducción - Introduction - Introdução. Metatheoria 1 (2):1-7.
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    Christián Carman & José Díez (2015). Did Ptolemy Make Novel Predictions? Launching Ptolemaic Astronomy Into the Scientific Realism Debate. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A 52:20-34.
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    Jose A. Diez (2002). A Program for the Individuation of Scientific Concepts. Synthese 130 (1):13-48.
    Within post - Kuhnian, philosophy of science, much effort has been devoted to issues related to conceptual change, such as incommensurability, scientific progress and realism, but mostly in terms of reference, without a fine - grained theory of scientific concepts/senses. Within the philosophy of language and of mind tradition, there is a large body of work on concepts, but the application to scientific concepts has been very tentative. The aim of this paper is to propose a general framework for a (...)
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    José Díez & Roman Frigg (2006). Introduction. Theoria 21 (1):5-5.
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    José Díez (2015). Counterfactuals, the Discrimination Problem and the Limit Assumption. International Journal of Philosophical Studies 23 (1):85-110.
    The aim of this paper is to identify what I take to be the main conceptual problem in Lewis’ semantics for counterfactuals when the Limit Assumption is not satisfied, what I call the Discrimination Problem , and to present and discuss a modification of Lewis’ semantics that aims at solving DP. First, I outline Lewis’ semantics, highlighting the aspects that will be relevant for our discussion. Second, I present DP and discuss it with a heuristic example. Third, I present the (...)
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    José Antonio Diez & Andoni Ibarra (1987). An Architectonic for Science: The Structuralist Programm. Theoria 3 (1):567-585.
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    Jennifer Diez & José Luis Abreu (2009). Impacto de la capacitación interna en la productividad y estandarización de procesos productivos: un estudio de caso (Impact of internal training in productivity and standardization of productive processes: a case study). Daena 4 (2):97-144.
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    José A. Díez (1998). Hacia Una Teoría General de la Representación Científica (Tovvards a General Theory of Scientific Represcntation). Theoria 13 (1):113-139.
    En la actividad científica se pueden distinguir tres tipos principales de representación científica: proyectiva, subsuntiva y reductiva. Tras unas breves considcraciones introductorias, se presentan las características más destacadas de cada uno de estos tres tipos principales de representación científica y se abstrae a partir de ellas el esquema al que toda Teoría General de la Representación Científica (TGRC) se debe adecuar. A continuación se exponen las lineas generales de la principal propuesta presente en la literatura para desarrollar TGRC y se (...)
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    José A. Díez & Manuel García-Carpintero (2000). Presentacion. Theoria 15 (2):207-208.
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  21. José Rodríguez Díez (2012). La cabaña merina del Escorial en la braña leonesa de Omaña y Babia. Ciudad de Dios: Revista Agustiniana 225 (1):189-220.
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    José Díez & Roman Frigg, Scientific Representation. Introduction.
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    José A. Díez (1999). A General Representation for Internal Proportional Cornbinatorial Measurement Systems When the Operation is Not Necessari!Y Closed. Theoria 14 (1):157-178.
    The aim of this paper is to give one kind of internal proportional systems with general representation and without closure and finiteness assumptions. First, we introduce the notions of internal proportional system and of general representation. Second, we briefly review the existing results which motivate our generalization. Third, we present the new systems, characterized by the fact that the linear order induced by the comparison weak order ≥ at the level of equivalence classes is also a weIl order. We prove (...)
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  24. José A. Díez & José Luis Falguera López (1998). Semántica y representación en las teorías científicas: Análisis formales: Presentación. Theoria: Revista de Teoría, Historia y Fundamentos de la Ciencia 13 (31):59-60.
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    José A. Díez & José L. Falguera (1998). Presentación. Theoria 13 (1):59-60.
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    José A. Diez (1993). Foundations of Measurement. Vol. II. Geometrical, Threshold and Probabilistic Representations. Theoria 8 (1):163-168.
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    José A. Díez (2011). On Popper's Strong Inductivism (or Strongly Inconsistent Anti-Inductivism). Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A 42 (1):105-116.
    It is generally accepted that Popper‘s degree of corroboration, though “inductivist” in a very general and weak sense, is not inductivist in a strong sense, i.e. when by ‘inductivism’ we mean the thesis that the right measure of evidential support has a probabilistic character. The aim of this paper is to challenge this common view by arguing that Popper can be regarded as an inductivist, not only in the weak broad sense but also in a narrower, probabilistic sense. In section (...)
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    José A. Díez (2000). Melons, Watermelons and Red Watermelons. Theoria 15 (2):281-285.
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    José A. Díez (2012). Can We Dispense with Mimesis in Representation? Metascience 21 (1):105-110.
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  30. José A. Díez (2000). Melons, Watermelons and Large Elephant: A Case Against Composionality? Comments on Siebel. Theoria: Revista de Teoría, Historia y Fundamentos de la Ciencia 15 (38):281-285.
     
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  31. José Rodríguez Díez (2005). Coautoría e la" Memoria-Inventario" de reliquias y relicarios del Monasterio del Escorial (1724-1725). Ciudad de Dios: Revista Agustiniana 218 (1):225-237.
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  32. José Rodríguez Díez (2004). Glosa a una obra de reciente publicación:" Los Actos Capitulares del Real Monasterio del Escorial". Ciudad de Dios: Revista Agustiniana 217 (2):573-583.
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  33. José Rodríguez Díez (2006). Fr. Joseph de Sigüenza y Fr. Martín de Villanueva, reliquieros del Real Monasterio del Escorial: Dos documentos autógrafos inéditos. Ciudad de Dios: Revista Agustiniana 219 (1):185-220.
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  34. José Rodríguez Díez (2011). Comentario sálmico inédito de fray Luis León (In psalmum vigesimum primum enarratio). Ciudad de Dios: Revista Agustiniana 224 (1):37-51.
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  35. José Rodríguez Díez (2007). Quaestiones Theologicae inéditas de Fray Luis de León:(manuscrito latino, FNC, UCB 143, códice 109). Ciudad de Dios: Revista Agustiniana 220 (3):775-822.
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    José Rodríguez Díez (2009). Fray Luis de León y D. Gaspar de Grajal:¿ duplicidad del" Tractatus de sensibus Sacrae Scripturae? Ciudad de Dios: Revista Agustiniana 222 (2):543-572.
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  37. Karina Alleva, José Díez & Lucía Federico (2012). La teoría MWC : el sistema alostérico. Agora 31 (2):225-250.
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  38. Txetxu Ausín Díez & María José Guerra Palmero (2007). Bioética crítica y globalización. Laguna 21:43-45.
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  39. José Rodríguez Díez (1994). Espritualidad y constitucionalidad agustinianas: Ensayos sobre estructura y carisma. Revista Agustiniana 35 (107):427-467.
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  40. José Rodríguez Díez (2013). fray francisco Javier Valdés y Noriegs. Primer Director agustino del Real Colegio Alfonso XII, primer Rector de los Estudios Superiores del Escorial, obispo de Jaca, de Salamanca y senador. Ciudad de Dios: Revista Agustiniana 226 (1):99-126.
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  41. José Rodríguez Díez (2003). Hermenéuticas en la cosmovisión de la Historia. Ciudad de Dios: Revista Agustiniana 216 (2):389-423.
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  42. José A. Díez (2000). Melons, Watermelons and Red Watermelons: A Case Against Compositionality? Comments on Siebel: Philosophy of Language. Theoria 15 (38):281-285.
     
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  43. José Rodríguez Díez (1991). Presencia de fray Luis de León en el gobierno de la Provincia de Agustiniana de Castilla. Revista Agustiniana 32 (99):791-857.
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  44. José Ignacio Díez (2008). Plausibilidaddigital y nuevas herrameintas. Telos: Cuadernos de Comunicación, Tecnología y Sociedad 76:10-13.
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  45. José A. Diez (1993). D.H. KRANTZ, R.D. LUCE, P. SUPPES y A. TVERSKY: Foundations of Measurement. Vol. II. Geometrical, Threshold and Probabilistic Representations. Foundations of Measurement Vol. III. Representation. Axlomatization and Invariance. [REVIEW] Theoria: Revista de Teoría, Historia y Fundamentos de la Ciencia 8 (19):163-168.
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  46. José A. Diez (1993). Eoundations of Measurement. Vol. II. Geometrical, Threshold and Probabilistic Representations. Foundations of Measurement. Vol. III. Representation, Axiomatization and Invariance. [REVIEW] Theoria 8 (1):163-168.
     
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  47. Juan Antonio Delgado de la Rosa (2012). Pensamiento político de José María Díez-Alegría. Astrolabio: Revista Internacional de Filosofía 13:140-146.
    José María Díez-Alegría (1911-2010) forma parte de la historia de España, como jesuita, intelectual y pensador que ha creado unos vínculos especiales entre la fe y la política, tomando conciencia de la explotación que sufrían los obreros y de su alejamiento de la Iglesia. Intentó durante más de medio siglo romper, desde la Filosofía, el Derecho, la Ética, la Doctrina Social de la Iglesia, la manera que tenía la Iglesia jerárquica de entender la libertad de conciencia, la opción preferencial por (...)
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    Fernando Broncano Rodríguez (1998). Fundamentos de filosofía de la ciencia, de José A. Díez y C. Ulises Moulines. Teorema: International Journal of Philosophy 17 (2):98-100.
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    Peter Linehan (2013). Carlos Estepa Díez, Ignacio Álvarez Borge, and José María Santamarta Luengos, Poder real y sociedad: Estudios sobre el reinado de Alfonso VIII, 1158–1214. León: Universidad de León, 2011. Paper. Pp. 345; map. €24. ISBN: 9788497735728. [REVIEW] Speculum 88 (3):794-795.
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    Barrígon Fuentes & María Carmen (2004). José Carlos Bermejo Barrera, Fátima Díez Platas, Lecturas del mito griego. Kernos 17.
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