Sobre Quine e sua Epistemologia. Exposición una aproximación a la epistemología naturalizada. 8 years ago. 4, views · ARTIGO: Critica de Jonh Locke. Contemporary discussions of NE tend to take as their starting point Quine’s seminal paper, “Epistemology Naturalized”. Before. Sin embargo, reclamó para la epistemología naturalizada la pretensión De esta forma, Quine se empeñaba en asumir, contra lo supuesto por muchos de sus.

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Ernesto Sosa – – Revista Latinoamericana de Filosofia 10 1: This is the lesson that Bishop and Trout take away from such reported results as well. But Locke, for example, is more consistently optimistic. Granted, Quine claims that skeptical arguments inevitably trade on the fact of illusions, which would seem to make other appeals to common sense fair game. In the sense that they seem to be material objects which naturallzada in fact are not. Without a guide, how can eplstemologia select the relevant extra-mental phenomenon?

Of course, it is not difficult to imagine how Kornblith is apt to respond to such worries—that knowledge involves reliably produced true belief is an empirical discovery, arriving at by studying apparently naturalizwda cases of the phenomenon.

Just as in NE, however, others e. So, whatever else one cares about, one has an interest epitsemologia should care about—having a cognitive system or systems that produces true beliefs reliably; one has an interest in—a reason to care about—evaluating, not just individual beliefs, but our various systems and methods for producing them, in terms of their reliability.

There is no question here of ultimate value, as in morals; it is a matter of efficacy for an ulterior end, truth or prediction. These include externalism, experimental philosophy, social epistemology, feminist epistemology, evolutionary epistemology, and debates about the nature of epistemic rationality. The notable exception here is Lehrer Episfemologia example, one might wonder why it is truthor prediction —rather than pleasure, say, or monetary gain—that is the epistemic end. Naturalists join in rejecting one or more of the above features of traditional non-naturalistic epistemology.


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And Kornblith, like other naturalists, is bound to question whether attempting to understand epistemic normativity while setting aside such obvious and inescapable facts as that we do have goals and desires is likely to yield any useful insight into our actual epistemic situation see, e. Good reasoning becomes a matter of effectively promoting your quuine what you valuewhatever they are.

Certainly, Quine is hardly friendly to epistemology as standardly practiced. Some retain truth as the primary epistemic goal; others propose some non-traditional goal. A friend of TE is likely to see it, rather, as a conceptual truth that is knowable, intuitively, a priori. A brief note on the pre-Quinean history 2. Bishop and Trout a: The short answer is this: But it also illustrates the above-mentioned shift, characteristic of NE, away from perfectly general questions about the nature and possibility of knowledge to understanding human knowledge, given the facts of our powers and situation:.

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A epistemologia naturalizada de Quine

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This recalls, of course, meta-epistemic NE Section 1. Unlike Quine, Kornblith retains knowledge as a central epistemological notion. As to method, the epistemologist should proceed as would our imagined metallurgist: In terms of the forms of NE discussed above Section 1.

qhine While epistemology thus has no distinctive methodthere is a sense, Kornblith thinks, in which it retains its autonomy:. Thus, were you to describe to me a certain animal you observed in your back yard, I might naturally and correctly judge it to have been a squirrel. Whether one finds the preceding account of the grounding of epistemic normativity satisfactory will depend largely upon how one conceives of epistemic normativity, even normativity generally, to begin with.


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In short, a prior method is needed to pick out which set of extra-mental natutalizada in the world should be the target of a Kornblithian empirical investigation. In fact, in his most recent work on the subject, Stich — along with his coauthors see Machery et al.

Against this general background, many theorists adopt a more or less naturalistic approach to the subject matter—focusing on particular features of the actual epistemic situation and drawing from a diverse range of areas of empirical study psychology, gender studies, sociological and historical studies, and others.

Why not settle for psychology? University Press of America. Given that the differences amongst naturalistic theories make it difficult to give a precise characterization of NE, it is not surprising that the division between NE and TE is itself something of an idealization. Naturalism in epistemology, as elsewhere, has a long history. Further, Feldman continues, something similar is true of traditionalists more generally: Cruz,Contemporary Theories of Knowledge2 epistemolgoia ed.

For example, Chisholm, who is hardly thought to be an advocate of NE, is explicit in holding that epistemic facts supervene on non-epistemic ones Better to discover how science is in fact developed and learned than to fabricate a fictitious structure to a similar effect.

What emerges, however, is a picture of the true nature of knowledge.