Why is Naturalization of Epistemology not Possible?
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The so-called naturalization of epistemology (within the framework of a scientific theory) requires: (a) theoretically neutral and philosophically autonomous conceptual assumptions, (b) choosing conceptually and in respect to content changed laws of the theory, (c) transforming them - under a philosophically autonomous assumption - into relevant epistemological claims. All these three elements engage speculations and in this way assert an autonomous status to epistemology.
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