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2010 | 65 | 7 | 672-682
Article title

THE CURRENT POSITION OF PHILOSOPHY

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Abstracts
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What does the fact that academic philosophy has specialized to a high degree entail its pursuit for? In particular, how can philosophy at present contribute to discussions pertaining to scientific issues? Due to its evolved character, it does not, in contrast to earlier times, when it was still intertwined with the sciences, produce substantial material results. Now the sciences have established themselves as independent domains, its role is limited, being focused on reflection. This does not, however, lead to its demise; in fact, it may, in order to preserve at least the appearance of stability, turn out to be the covering discipline in an ever changing scientific landscape.
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65
Issue
7
Pages
672-682
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ARTICLE
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  • Jasper Doomen, M.A., J.D., J. Perkstraat 4 A, 2321 VH Leiden, The Netherlands
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11SKAAAA093914
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