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Naturalism Logicized [chapter]

Kevin T. Kelly
2000 After Popper, Kuhn and Feyerabend  
On the contrary, we see that they are necessary for progress (Feyerabend 1975, p. 23) .  ...  More generally, the discussion will (I) provide a logical analysis of the instrumental significance of empirical meta-methodology and (II) redefine the role of logic in a post-positivistic, naturalized  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-011-3935-9_7 fatcat:ojtustjuirhsxfg7k3aeeye7da

Revisiting the 'Is GIScience a science?' debate (or quite possibly scientific gerrymandering)

Femke Reitsma
2013 International Journal of Geographical Information Science  
In later reviewing his former definition, he redefines GISc as 'research on the generic issues that surround the use of GIS technology, impede its successful implementation, or emerge from an understanding  ...  Kuhn 1962 , Feyerabend 1993 . Finally, the fourth phase recognises that there is no consensus about the nature of science.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13658816.2012.674529 fatcat:iycdcud5szeghnnulwlmgg2ilm

Reflexivity and beyond – a plea for imagination in qualitative research methodology

Yiannis Gabriel
2015 Qualitative research in organization and management  
At every moment the storyteller creates a protagonist, whose predicaments redefine the storyteller.  ...  Different researchers find their own ways of working with it or maybe getting it to work for them, often working 'against method' (Feyerabend, 1975) .  ... 
doi:10.1108/qrom-07-2015-1305 fatcat:pxzjepfx3vdibbn24cg7he3gci

"Scholarly Commentaries on Hirschheim's "Against Theory""

Dirk S. Hovorka, University of Sydney, Australia, Frantz Rowe, Lynne Markus, Sirkka L. Jarvenpaa, E. Burton Swanson, Mary Lacity, Andrew Burton-Jones, Viswanath Venkatesh, Rudy Hirschheim, Nantes University / SKEMA Business School, France, Bentley University, USA (+6 others)
2019 Journal of the AIS  
His work has appeared in leading journals in human-computer interaction, information systems, organizational behavior, psychology, marketing, medical informatics, and operations management, and included  ...  (With apologies to Feyerabend.) Commentary on "Against Theory: With Apologies to Feyerabend" Sirkka L.  ...  Feyerabend on Method: Many Things Go Hirschheim chose philosopher of science Feyerabend to stage his essay against academic theory, because Feyerabend is (in)famous for his "anarchic" attack on scientific  ... 
doi:10.17705/1jais.00570 fatcat:zv2weyjp7nattknyg4fcmku5jy

Why "Redefining Statistical Significance" Will Not Improve Reproducibility and Could Make the Replication Crisis Worse [article]

Harry Crane
2017 arXiv   pre-print
A recent proposal to "redefine statistical significance" (Benjamin, et al.  ...  To borrow from Feyerabend [6, p. 7] , "The only principle that does not inhibit progress is: anything goes".  ...  The classification of P-values as sound and unsound identifies two different regimes to consider when computing FPR.  ... 
arXiv:1711.07801v1 fatcat:46lyi6qgxfcs7foa3qfqszpikm

The Architectural Continuum [chapter]

Constantinos Miltiadis
2019 Architectonics of Game Spaces  
Largely ignored by the field of architecture, videogames-facilitated by the popularization of personal computers and the advancement of computer graphics-have been doing so for decades.  ...  As Hans Hollein (1934-2014) wrote in his 1968 manifesto "Alles ist Architektur": "[a] true architecture of our time, then, is emerging, and is both redefining itself as a medium and expanding its field  ... 
doi:10.14361/9783839448021-013 fatcat:swdnlzhr3vgwvmiq77hagowu44

Motivated word formation and (mis)understanding

Kathryn English
1995 ASp  
of the computational system.  ...  The Philosopher of Science, Paul Feyerabend, has demonstrated how adherence to such well-accepted theories influences the way we interpret raw data.  ... 
doi:10.4000/asp.3709 fatcat:32rferw2irhthhp7vbgpmtjdfy

The Control of Perception and the Construction of Reality

1979 Dialectica  
Correspondingly, we redefine "perception."  ...  (Paul Feyerabend 1970 p. 43, emphasis added) .  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1746-8361.1979.tb01519.x fatcat:pkp5voaycvhobp6qj4r23u7ula

IV's and HC's Again—"Orthodox" Philosophy for the Behavioral Sciences

1971 Contemporary Psychology  
Savage, and a history of the attempts to redefine and resolve the problem of induction.  ...  It is more likely that we will find out what makes one tick if we open it up and take out the guts rather than make guesses about computer programs to make the hands go round.  ... 
doi:10.1037/0011293 fatcat:k4qysc2rn5c4lpe73jvvg3dmbe

Conspiratorial cosmology. II. The anthropogenic principle [article]

Jörg P. Rachen, Ute G. Gahlings
2020 arXiv   pre-print
And finally, nobody doubts that AND-gates exist in every computer and AI plays a more and more important role in computing.  ...  Ωmh 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . c c * c Redefined acoustic scale measure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . θ * ≡ 100θ * − 1 . . . . .  ... 
arXiv:2004.00401v2 fatcat:p4oiacy5kvca7ddfhcpesfyhki

Radical learning through semantic transformation: Capitalizing on novelty

Bas Bosma, Robert Chia, Ian Fouweather
2015 Management Learning  
Thus, our computers get viruses, our phones are hacked, and we operate on a default setting.  ...  Globalization, shifting demographics, and mass migration are creating challenges for countries, businesses, managers, and administrators at all levels; threatening to redefine boundaries, identities, markets  ... 
doi:10.1177/1350507615602480 fatcat:573j3rly3zfarddk2fvhap5vey

Summaries and Comments

Tomasz Komendziński
2007 Theoria et Historia Scientiarum  
''The first (...) analyzes the nature of computation. The second concerns the nature of goal-oriented behavior. The third uses an argument that the mind is computationally irreducible.  ...  In second part he considers, after introductory discussion of the methodological esentialism in science and in philosophy (Popper, Kuhn, Wit-tegenstein, Lakatos, Feyerabend) , empirical science as an  ... 
doi:10.12775/ths.1994.007 fatcat:x23whwmsyrbcnja36l5tvy2g7i

Cyberculture, cyborg post-modernism and the sociology of virtual reality technologies

Ralph Schroeder
1994 Futures : The journal of policy, planning and futures studies  
however, with the increase in computing power, has it become possible to Dr Ralph Schroeder is lecturer in sociology in  ...  W. von Goethe (1809)' The idea behind virtual reality (VR) technologies, of a computer-generated simulated world which users can experience and manipulate, first surfaced in the 1 9bOs.2 Only recently,  ...  Paul Feyerabend, Stience in a Free Society (London, New Left Books, 19781, pages 100-l 05, 120.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0016-3287(94)90133-3 fatcat:twwwzdbhuzhlfgdsb6iscwkooe

(New) Realist Social Cognition

Nicolás Araneda Hinrichs
2020 Frontiers in Human Neuroscience  
Psychophysical cues in language processing need to be redefined epistemologically from a new materialistic perspective, in order to account for group learning and social transmission of knowledge.  ...  language processing in human beings resists itself to be reduced to the notion of a mere processor; this is a major challenge for the development of artificial intelligence, deep learning and brain-to-computer  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnhum.2020.00337 pmid:33132867 pmcid:PMC7511770 fatcat:cowq5l7iinh2xc2qadmpzwrlna

Tools for bridging the cultures of everyday and scientific thinking

Jan Hawkins, Roy D. Pea
1987 Journal of Research in Science Teaching  
, 1975 (Feyerabend, , 1978 Kuhn, 1962 Kuhn, , 1977 Lakatos, 1976) .  ...  The way systems organize activities can have the effect of redefining educational goals and the cognitive tasks required to attain them.  ... 
doi:10.1002/tea.3660240404 fatcat:mwhnhlrqezhrveaumpx5e35rrm
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