Frontiers of Philosophy in China 4 (4):589-603 (2009)

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Tong Wu
London School of Economics
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It is the continuity between epistemology and empirical science that the naturalism in contemporary philosophy of science emphasizes. After its individual and social dimensions, the philosophy of scientific practice takes a stand on naturalism in order to observe complex scientific activities through practice. However, regarding the naturalism’s problem of normativity, the philosophy of scientific practice today has deconstructed more than it has constructed.
Keywords naturalism  philosophy of scientific practice  normativity  自然主义  科学实践哲学  规范性
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DOI 10.1007/s11466-009-0039-9
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