On the meaning of historical epistemology for contemporary philosophy of science

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Transliteration of original Title: 
O znachenii istoricheskoi epistemologii dlya sovremennoi filosofii nauki
Author(s): 
Ekaterina Shashlova
Southern Federal University
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No.1 (Vol.51)
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The article analyzes historical epistemology and the notion of historical a priori. French historical epistemology appears in a narrow sense as a tradition within French philosophy. I will consider the tradition of historical epistemology not as a relativistic approach towards history and philosophy of science, but as a strategy against the  standard view on normativity and legitimation of knowledge.

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historical epistemology, Foucault, historical a priori, relativism, normativity, legitimation, Husserl
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Husserl E. Filosofiya kak strogaya nauka [Philosophy as Rigorous Science]. In:  Husserl E. Izbrannye raboty [Selected works]. Moscow, 2005, pp. 185-240, (In Russian)

Kasavin I. T. Epistemologiya i istoricheskoe soznanie [Epistemology and historical consciousnesse]. In:Epistemology and philosophy of science, 2005, no. 1, vol. 5, pp. 5-14. (In Russian)

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DOI: 10.5840/eps20175116
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