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Title: Évora Studies in the Philosophy and History of Science Volume Two From Ontology To Structure
Authors: Príncipe, João
Paz, María de
Editors: Paz, M. de
Príncipe, J.
Keywords: philosophy of science
philosophy of physics
philosophy of mathematics
Issue Date: 2018
Citation: de Paz, M. & Príncipe, J. (editores) (2018) Évora Studies in the Philosophy and History of Science Volume Two From Ontology To Structure. Casal de Cambra:Caleidóscópio. ISBN 978-989-658-482-5 DOI 10.19262/978-989-658-482-5
Abstract: The structuralist approaches retake the war, characteristic of ancient Greek thought, between the partisans of matter and the ‘friends of ideas’, although they abandon the metaphysical and ontological issues, thus favouring the methodological aspects of knowledge, focusing on those functions which constitute and build up the worlds of human culture. The present volume contains the results of the seventh Évora International Symposium in Philosophy and History of Science and Technology, entitled “Structuralism: Roots, Plurality, and Contemporary debates” (2016).
ISBN: 978-989-658-482-5
Type: book
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