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- Science and Art in Historical Perspective: Lessons From the Past. Initiatives for the Future.Javier Moscoso - 2012 - International Journal of Science in Society 3 (3):71-78.Departing from Nietzsche's considerations on the relationship between the unwillingness of forgetting and the willingness of memory, this text proposes a new approach to the history and philosophy of sciences through the re-interpretation of the historical relation between sciences and arts. It first examines the emergence of visual studies as a discipline intended to study the impact of new forms of visualization and expression in cultural processes. Then, it advocates a new writing of the history the science studies from the (...)No categories
- Science and Art in Historical Perspective: Lessons From the Past. Initiatives for the Future.Javier Moscoso Sarabia - 2012 - International Journal of Science in Society 3 (3):71-78.Departing from Nietzsche's considerations on the relationship between the unwillingness of forgetting and the willingness of memory, this text proposes a new approach to the history and philosophy of sciences through the re-interpretation of the historical relation between sciences and arts. It first examines the emergence of visual studies as a discipline intended to study the impact of new forms of visualization and expression in cultural processes. Then, it advocates a new writing of the history the science studies from the (...)No categories
- Al-Juwaynī.Jan Thiele - 2018 - Encyclopedia of Medieval Philosophy.Abū l-Maʿālī al-Juwaynī is considered as the last important representative of so-called “early” Ashʿarism, a school of Sunni “rational theology”. He was the teacher of the famous Abū Ḥāmid al-Ghazālī, with whom Ashʿarism entered a new phase and increasingly came under the influence of Avicennian philosophy. Yet the introduction of “philosophical” ideas into the doctrinal system of Ashʿarism was to some extent anticipated by al-Juwaynī: not only did he engage with the ideas of his opponents in kalām theology, but also (...)No categories
- Abū Hāshim Al-Jubbā’Ī.Jan Thiele - 2018 - Encyclopedia of Medieval Philosophy.Abū Hāshim al-Jubbāʾī was one of the most influential representatives of Muʿtazilism, a school of “rational theology” – or ʿilm al-kalām as the discipline is termed in the Islamic intellectual tradition. He significantly developed the doctrinal system of the “School of Baṣra,” and his followers are sometimes called after him “Bahshamiyya” or “Bahāshima.” The most important element of Abū Hāshim’s metaphysical thinking was his development of the so-called theory of “states”. According to this doctrine, the qualifications of beings have an (...)No categories
- An Application of Philosophy in Software Modelling and Future Information Systems Development.Henderson-Sellers Brian, González-Pérez César & Greg Walkerden - unknown
- The Religious Policy of the Almohads.María Isabel Fierro Bello - unknownThe Almohads’ rule over the Islamic West—twelfth–thirteenth centuries, from western Lybia to the Iberian Peninsula—involved the imposition of their founder’s profession of faith stressing God’s unity on the population at large, including not only Jews and Christians who were forced to convert, but also Muslims. The original uncompromising rejection of anthropomorphism underwent changes as Almohad rule evolved from its Messianic origins to the official support of philosophical inquiry. Discussion of Ibn Tūmart’s profession of faith and its links with Ibn Ṭufayl’s (...)
- Arguing From Facts to Duties.Txetxu Ausín & Lorenzo Peña - unknown
- Raul Orayen's Views on Philosophy of Logic: Critical Notice of R. Orayen's Logica, Significado y Ontologia.Lorenzo Peña - unknownRaul Orayen's book _Lógica, significado y ontología_ is a deep study into a range of issues in the philosophy of logic, taking Quine as the main interlocutor. It goes into subjects such as Truth-bearerss, Logical Truth, Validity, Propositions, Quine's Extensionalism, Relevant Logic and disjunctive syllogism, and Castañeda's ontology of Guises.
- Cuatro Obras de Mauricio Beuchot.Lorenzo Peña - unknownThe paper examines Beuchot's approach and agrees that there are many coincidences between medieval Aristotelianism and analytical philosophy. Both pursue philosophical inquiry in an argumentative manner. Nowadays analytical philosophy also tends to recognize as genuine such traditional metaphysical problems as were debated by the Scholastics. The paper's only criticism at Beuchot's views concerns analogy and reduplicative as-clauses. It argues that on that issue the cleavage between medieval and analytical philosophy lies in the latter's tending to favor complete equivocality of the (...)No categories
- Problematizing Retrospective Diagnosis in the History of Disease.Jon Arrizabalaga - unknown
- Critical Notice of Subject, Thought and Context.Lorenzo Peña & Manuel Liz - unknownThe main starting point of many of the contributions collected into the book is the kind of Twin Earth considerations, along with meaning individualism. Is Putnam's claim about water in this world and a stuff in an alternative world being different materials?. Is meaning in the head? One seems allowed to be skeptical about the starting point of the debate between such as emphasize broad content and those who think that the basic semantic entities are narrow contents, which would fail (...)