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    Epistemic Groundings of Abstraction and Their Cognitive Dimension.Sergio F. Martínez & Xiang Huang - 2011 - Philosophy of Science 78 (3):490-511.
    In the philosophy of science, abstraction has usually been analyzed in terms of the interface between our experience and the design of our concepts. The often implicit assumption here is that such interface has a definite identifiable and universalizable structure, determining the epistemic correctness of any abstraction. Our claim is that, on the contrary, the epistemic grounding of abstraction should not be reduced to the structural norms of such interface but is also related to the constraints on the cognitive processes (...)
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    Situating Default Position Inside the Space of Reasons.Xiang Huang - 2008 - Proceedings of the Xxii World Congress of Philosophy 53:85-95.
    Epistemology of testimony’s map has been charted by identifying the basic controversy between reductionism and non-reductions. John McDowell’s article “Knowledge by Hearsay” (1993/1998) has been taken as a clear example of non-reductionism. This is, however, only partially right. It is correct that, as a non-reductionist, he defends the justifying role that the default position plays in testimonial knowledge. But, his insistence on situating the default position inside the space of reasons suggests that default position should be understood as a kind (...)
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    The Trading Zone Communication of Scientific Knowledge: An Examination of Jesuit Science in China.Xiang Huang - 2005 - Science in Context 18 (3):393-427.
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  4. Historia, Prácticas y Estilos En la Filosofía de la Ciencia. Hacia Una Epistemología Plural.Sergio Martínez, Xiang Huang & Godfrey Guillaumin (eds.) - 2011 - Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana.
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