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The abductive structure of scientific creativity : an essay on the ecology of cognition, Lorenzo Magnani, (electronic book)

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The abductive structure of scientific creativity : an essay on the ecology of cognition
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The abductive structure of scientific creativity
Title remainder
an essay on the ecology of cognition
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Lorenzo Magnani
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Magnani, Lorenzo
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153
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index present
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BF311
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Studies in applied philosophy, epistemology and rational ethics
Series volume
volume 37
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  • Aristotle
  • Cognition
  • Creative ability in science
  • Philosophy and cognitive science
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The abductive structure of scientific creativity : an essay on the ecology of cognition, Lorenzo Magnani, (electronic book)
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
  • Preface; Contents; 1 Enhancing Knowledge; 1.1 The Ignorance-Preserving Nature of Abduction; 1.2 The Eco-Cognitive Model (EC-Model) of Abduction: Cutdown and Fill-Up Problems; 1.3 The EC-Model of Abduction; 1.4 Abductive Virtues Vindicated. How Does Abduction Supply Knowledge? ; 1.4.1 Why Does Abduction Enhance Knowledge? Instinct, Inference, and Synechism: Mind and Matter Intertwined; 1.5 Enhancing Knowledge through Reward and Punishment and the Inductive Risk; 1.5.1 Beneficial and Detrimental Dissent: Inductive Risk; 1.6 Tracking the External World: Enhancing Predictive Knowledge
  • 1.7 Tracking the External World through Scientific Knowledge1.8 Tracking Human Behavior. Rendering Human Behavior Predictable through Ethics; References; 2 Distributed Model-Based Science; 2.1 Models and Fictions; 2.2 Models Are Not Fictions. The Inconsistency of the Argument of Imperfect Fit; 2.3 Models Are Distributed; 2.4 Perception-Action Common Coding as an Example of Ò̀n-line'' Manipulative Abduction; 2.5 Model-Based Ignorance; References; 3 Not Everything in Scientific Cognition Is Evidence-Based
  • 3.1 The Epistemology of Evidentially Inert Knowledge-Enhancing: Guessing Conventions in Science3.1.1 Dismissing Conventions; 3.2 The Epistemology of Evidentially Inert Knowledge-Enhancing: Abducing Scientific Models Versus Abducing Fictions; 3.2.1 Dynamic Versus Static View of Scientific Models and the Revival of the Demarcation Problem; 3.3 Mathematics, Deduction, and Manipulative Abduction; References; 4 Epistemic Warfare; 4.1 Are Scientific Models Fictions or Epistemic Weapons?; 4.2 Scientific Models as Fictions in a Dynamic Perspective and Fictions as F̀̀açons de Parler''
  • 4.3 Are the In-Vitro Model or a Geometrical Diagram Fictions?4.4 Confounding Static and Dynamic Aspects of the Scientific Enterprise; 4.5 Resemblance and Feyerabend's Counterinduction; 4.6 Galileo's Modeling Vindicated; References; 5 The Genealogy of Abduction; 5.1 Naïve Genealogy of Logic: Abduction and Arche-Validity; 5.1.1 Knowledge-Enhancing Abduction and Arche-Validity; 5.1.2 Deduction as Eco-Cognitive Immunization: Removing the Origins of Truths; 5.2 Aristotle's and Its Eco-Cognitive Openness; 5.3 Geometry and Logic: The Role of Constructions and Middle Terms in Abduction
  • 5.3.1 and Geometry5.3.2 , Dialectics, and Logic; 5.3.3 Geometry and Logic Intertwined: and Its Eco-Cognitive Openness; 5.4 Dialectics, Rules of Interrogation, Syllogisms: Dialectical Logic Versus Syllogistic Logic?; 5.5 Abduction and Aristotelian Enthymeme from Signs; References; 6 Maximizing Cognition in Science: Affirming Truths Implies Negating Truths; 6.1 Reprise: Ignorance-Preserving, Immunization, Validity; 6.1.1 Ignorance-Preserving and Knowledge Enhancing Abduction; 6.1.2 Eco-Cognitive Immunization: De-Moralizing Truth; 6.1.3 R̀̀ecognizing'' Validity; 6.1.4 Now
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9783319592565
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The abductive structure of scientific creativity : an essay on the ecology of cognition, Lorenzo Magnani, (electronic book)
Publication
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Preface; Contents; 1 Enhancing Knowledge; 1.1 The Ignorance-Preserving Nature of Abduction; 1.2 The Eco-Cognitive Model (EC-Model) of Abduction: Cutdown and Fill-Up Problems; 1.3 The EC-Model of Abduction; 1.4 Abductive Virtues Vindicated. How Does Abduction Supply Knowledge? ; 1.4.1 Why Does Abduction Enhance Knowledge? Instinct, Inference, and Synechism: Mind and Matter Intertwined; 1.5 Enhancing Knowledge through Reward and Punishment and the Inductive Risk; 1.5.1 Beneficial and Detrimental Dissent: Inductive Risk; 1.6 Tracking the External World: Enhancing Predictive Knowledge
  • 1.7 Tracking the External World through Scientific Knowledge1.8 Tracking Human Behavior. Rendering Human Behavior Predictable through Ethics; References; 2 Distributed Model-Based Science; 2.1 Models and Fictions; 2.2 Models Are Not Fictions. The Inconsistency of the Argument of Imperfect Fit; 2.3 Models Are Distributed; 2.4 Perception-Action Common Coding as an Example of Ò̀n-line'' Manipulative Abduction; 2.5 Model-Based Ignorance; References; 3 Not Everything in Scientific Cognition Is Evidence-Based
  • 3.1 The Epistemology of Evidentially Inert Knowledge-Enhancing: Guessing Conventions in Science3.1.1 Dismissing Conventions; 3.2 The Epistemology of Evidentially Inert Knowledge-Enhancing: Abducing Scientific Models Versus Abducing Fictions; 3.2.1 Dynamic Versus Static View of Scientific Models and the Revival of the Demarcation Problem; 3.3 Mathematics, Deduction, and Manipulative Abduction; References; 4 Epistemic Warfare; 4.1 Are Scientific Models Fictions or Epistemic Weapons?; 4.2 Scientific Models as Fictions in a Dynamic Perspective and Fictions as F̀̀açons de Parler''
  • 4.3 Are the In-Vitro Model or a Geometrical Diagram Fictions?4.4 Confounding Static and Dynamic Aspects of the Scientific Enterprise; 4.5 Resemblance and Feyerabend's Counterinduction; 4.6 Galileo's Modeling Vindicated; References; 5 The Genealogy of Abduction; 5.1 Naïve Genealogy of Logic: Abduction and Arche-Validity; 5.1.1 Knowledge-Enhancing Abduction and Arche-Validity; 5.1.2 Deduction as Eco-Cognitive Immunization: Removing the Origins of Truths; 5.2 Aristotle's and Its Eco-Cognitive Openness; 5.3 Geometry and Logic: The Role of Constructions and Middle Terms in Abduction
  • 5.3.1 and Geometry5.3.2 , Dialectics, and Logic; 5.3.3 Geometry and Logic Intertwined: and Its Eco-Cognitive Openness; 5.4 Dialectics, Rules of Interrogation, Syllogisms: Dialectical Logic Versus Syllogistic Logic?; 5.5 Abduction and Aristotelian Enthymeme from Signs; References; 6 Maximizing Cognition in Science: Affirming Truths Implies Negating Truths; 6.1 Reprise: Ignorance-Preserving, Immunization, Validity; 6.1.1 Ignorance-Preserving and Knowledge Enhancing Abduction; 6.1.2 Eco-Cognitive Immunization: De-Moralizing Truth; 6.1.3 R̀̀ecognizing'' Validity; 6.1.4 Now
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9783319592565
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