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2008 | 44 | 3-4 | 429-439
Article title

The Rationality of Science - a Never-ending Issue

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PL
Abstracts
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The rationality of science cannot be solely restricted to methodological issues. It has to relate to the broader philosophical dimension. According to Kant's idea, philosophy representing universal concerns of the human mind, has to unite its universality with the rationality of scientific cognition. In this mutual relationship between philosophy and science, Kant's concept of regulative ideas plays a vital role.
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44
Issue
3-4
Pages
429-439
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ARTICLE
Contributors
  • S. Kwiatkowski, Politechnika Lódzka, Katedra Nauk Humanistycznych, ul. Wólczanska 215, 93-005 Lódz, Poland
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09PLAAAA063814
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