New publication. Thingness and historicism by D.Mamchenkov
New publication. Thingness and historicism by D.Mamchenkov
Thingness and historicism. Monograph by D.V.Mamchenkov. – Moscow : RUDN University, 2014. – 239 p. ISBN 978-5-209-05533-4 The monograph highlights the problem of conceptualization of the subject of scientific cognition in its historicism and development on the basis of considering approaches to solv
Thingness and historicism. Monograph by D.V.Mamchenkov. – Moscow : RUDN University, 2014. – 239 p. ISBN 978-5-209-05533-4 The monograph highlights the problem of conceptualization of the subject of scientific cognition in its historicism and development on the basis of considering approaches to solving this problem in the history of philosophy. The suggested approach is based on the understanding of the inevitability of the onto-epistemological break and the necessity to overcome the onto-epistemological confusion while determining the object of cognition. The book is intended for both specialists in the field of philosophy and methodology of science and students studying philosophy of science, theory of development and ontology and theory of cognition.
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