Schantz and Seidel (Eds.) (2011)

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Schantz, Richard and Seidel, Markus. (Eds.). (2011) The Problem of Relativism in the Sociology of Scientific Knowledge. Verlag.

Title The Problem of Relativism in the Sociology of Scientific Knowledge
Resource Type collection
Author(s) Richard Schantz, Markus Seidel
Year 2011
Publisher Verlag
ISBN 9783868381269

Abstract

Over history, cognitive relativism has been an unpopular viewpoint in the philosophy of knowledge. Yet relativist ideas in epistemology have experienced an unprecedented popularity in the twentieth century due thinkers such as Willard Quine, Thomas Kuhn, and Ludwig Wittgenstein. The questions of whether these ideas, in fact, support relativism, and whether or not a social constructivist view of science is logically coherent and feasible is the subject of this series of essays.

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