Cinta de Moebio 13 (2002)

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In the last decades the concept of objectivity has been criticized by the "new epistemologies". These criticisms favour the consolidation of relativist and subjective positions, which condition the objectivity of scientific knowledge to such an extent that it seems to be a goal impossible to achieve.
Keywords Objectivity   Epistemology   Polanyi   Popper   Kuhn   Objetividad   Epistemología   Polanyi   Popper   Kuhn
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