Philosophy of Science and its Harmful Dichotomies
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The paper is concerned with the fundamental dichotomies that organize the ways of investigations in today's philosophy of science: normative versus naturalized epistemology, context of justification versus context of discovery, rationality versus irrationality, theory versus experience. It is shown that these dichotomies are not sustainable. They result in inadequate, even false images of science.
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