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https://doi.org/10.21464/fi41107

Freedom and Experiment. The Problem of Epistemic Freedom Concerning the Hermeneutics of Science

Mislav Uzunić orcid id orcid.org/0000-0001-6188-440X ; Hansa Dietricha Genschera 16A, HR–32100 Vinkovci


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The paper considers the problem of the level of freedom a scientist enjoys while conducting scientific experiments and choosing scientific theories. The paper analyses the notion of epistemic freedom that refers to the relationship between human beings and the world, and the notion will be expanded and elaborated using the hermeneutic theory. The problem recently surfaced in Anglo-Saxon philosophy, and it is still in a developing phase. In a sense given, the theory of hermeneuticists who studied the problem of interpretation within science is of particular use, for the most part, because they pointed at the ontological limits of human beings. The paper aims at contributing to the theory of science by pointing at the interpretative, and thus hermeneutical nature of science in such a way that it analyses epistemic freedom via the role of scientific tradition and the use of instruments.

Ključne riječi

epistemic freedom, continental philosophy of science, hermeneutics of science, Patrick A. Heelan, experiment, instrument

Hrčak ID:

251420

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/251420

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