Naturalizing Epistemology: Prospectus 2006
Harms (William)
Source: Biological Theory Winter 2006, Vol. 1, No. 1: 23-24
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Author’s Introduction

  1. Recent developments in modelling and functional semantics make it possible to address traditional philosophical concerns regarding the nature of knowledge within the evolution of cognition framework, complementing and extending existing work on cognition and communication.
  2. This so-called naturalization of epistemology (Quine 1969) will depend critically on the further development of three components: multilevel dynamical models, the evolution of norms, and functional object individuation1.

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