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    Granada, Miguel Á.(ed.):" Novas y cometas entre 1572 y 1618. Revolución cosmológica y renovación política y religiosa.".Susana Gómez López - 2013 - Anales Del Seminario de Historia de la Filosofía 30 (1):237-243.
    Most philosophical and historiographical interpretations of the origins of modern science have conferred an essential relevance to the importance attached to experience and experiment during sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. These epistemological categories have been very often deemed basic concepts that need not any further analysis. As an alternative interpretation, this paper rather suggests to think over the philosophical and scientifical evolution of the concept of experience itself up to seventeeenth century. The chain sensation-memory-experience that Aristotle had provided as the way (...)
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    Atoms and Alchemy Chymistry and the Experimental Origins of the Scientific Revolution.Susana Gómez López - 2007 - Early Science and Medicine 12 (2):230-232.
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    De la mímesis a la representación: empirismo y lenguaje en los orígenes de la ciencia moderna.Susana Gómez López - 2013 - Revista de Filosofía (Madrid) 38 (1):53-77.
    This paper is part of an attempt to offer a better understanding of the origins of modern science in the light of the transformations of the concept of representation through XVIth and XVIIth centuries. My aim here is to point out how Francis Bacon had to revise naturalistic and mimetic conceptions of language for drawing up his particular methodical empiricism. In other words, it was not possible to formulate the modern scientific empiricism without advancing a criticism of those naturalistic philosophies (...)
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    Experiencia, historia, memoria. Acerca de una transformación en la Revolución Científica.Susana Gómez López - 2002 - Revista de Filosofía (Madrid) 27 (1):75-111.
    Most philosophical and historiographical interpretations of the origins of modern science have conferred an essential relevance to the importance attached to experience and experiment during sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. These epistemological categories have been very often deemed basic concepts that need not any further analysis. As an alternative interpretation, this paper rather suggests to think over the philosophical and scientifical evolution of the concept of experience itself up to seventeeenth century. The chain sensation-memory-experience that Aristotle had provided as the way (...)
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