The impact of cognitive sciences upon the philosophy of science


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Anna Estany
Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
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The purpose of this essay is to offer a Wide view of the diverse currents of thought and debates that have emerged due to the so called: “naturalistic program in epistemology and the philosophy of science”. The cognitive sciences have been of great importance due to their relationship to thought, and to the fact that philosophy has been, from the beginning, part of the interdisciplinary frame that groups: cognitive science, computer science, neurology, anthropology, psychology and linguistics.
Keywords epistemología  Naturalización  cognitive science  ciencias cognitivas  Naturalization  epistemology
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