Verificación versus falsación Criterio de demarcación en Carnap y Popper

Cuadrante Phi (2008)

Ana Giraldo
Pontifica Universidad Javeriana
The problem of demarcation is one of the central topics of the philosophy of science. Different positions pretend to create an exact line that allows mankind to classify knowledge as scientist or not scientist. Among these positions we find Carnap’s and Popper’s perspectives that are very nearby in many points, so nearby that some thinkers have affirmed that Popper's criterion also incur in the same mistakes in which Carnap’s criterion does. On the contrary, in this article, I try to show why the empirical falsification does not incur in the mistakes of the verificationism
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