Wyzwania epistemiczne: o filozoficznym zaangażowaniu w badania kognitywistyczne

Przemysław R. Nowakowski

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12775/RF.2019.032

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W artykule pokazuję, jaką rolę może aktualnie odgrywać filozof w badaniach kognitywistycznych. Argumentuję za ważną, dotychczas nierozważaną, rolą filozofa nauk poznawczych w tychże naukach, w szczególności, za współpracą pomiędzy filozofami nauki a kognitywistami w pracy nad metodami badawczymi i podstawowymi założeniami teoretycznymi kognitywistyki, czyli nad tzw. problemami refleksyjnymi. Artykuł rozpoczynam od wskazania, jak filozof nauki, tu filozof nauk poznawczych może uczestniczyć w badaniach interdyscyplinarnych. Następnie omawiam przykłady problemów ważnych dla badań kognitywistycznych, w rozwiązywaniu których przydatne są kompetencje filozoficzne. Artykuł kończę wskazując na szeroką paletę problemów, przy rozwiązywaniu których możliwa i pożądana jest współpraca między filozofami i kognitywistami.


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wyzwania epistemiczne; nauki poznawcze; filozofia nauki; filozofia nauk poznawczych; interdyscyplinarność

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