Rafael Andrés Alemañ-Berenguer
Institute of Physics Applied To Science and Technology - Departmente of Physics, System Engineering and Theory of Signals (University of Alicante)
Exposed in 1948, within his masterpiece on the scope and limits of human knowledge, the epistemological tenets that Bertrand Russell regarded as fundamental elements in the construction of scientific knowledge, are still worthy of a detailed discussion today. Given the excellence of the author, it will not be surprising to see that Russell's gnoseologic postulates, even for the present scientific view, address some of the most controversial questions still to be solved in the theory of knowledge.
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