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Sobre el concepto de leyes de la naturaleza en Isaac Newton
The purpose of this article is double, to clarify the uses by Newton's concept of Natural Law (LN), in the light of the problems and traditions available t...
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EI retraso del reloj del universo: Isaac Newton y la sabiduría de los antiguos
Desde hace algunas decadas es un lugar comun en la Industria Newton mencionar una y otra vez la creencia de Isaac Newton en una sabiduria perdida. Sin embargo, el trabajo de critica e interpretacionExpand
Thomas Hobbes y la geometría del estado: anotaciones sobre el estado de naturaleza desde la historia de la ciencia
El articulo pretende esclarecer el concepto de estado de naturaleza (state of nature) de Thomas Hobbes interpretandolo a la luz de su concepcion de conocimiento, la cual lo vincula con la ‘nuevaExpand
Sobre la identidad del sujeto en la institucionalización de las teorías científicas* On the identity of the subject in the institutionalisation of scientific theories
The social studies of science and in particular the sociology of scientific knowledge (SSK), have criti - cized the philosophies of science because they are based on epistemologies centered on theExpand
Westman, Robert S. The Copernican Question. Prognostication, skepticism, and celestial order. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2011. 704 pp.
Westman, Robert S .  The Copernican Question. Prognostication, skepticism, and celestial order . Berkeley: University of California Press, 2011.
José Celestino Mutis’ appropriation of Newton’s experimental physics in New Granada (1761–1808)
This paper characterizes José Celestino Mutis’ (1732–1808) appropriation of Newton in the Viceroyalty of New Granada. First, we examine critically traditional accounts of Mutis’ works highlighting,Expand
On the Origin of Hobbes' Conception of Language: The Literary Culture of English Renaissance Humanism
Hobbes’ education in the literary culture of English Renaissance humanism has been overlooked as an important tradition in understanding his position in Early Modern Philosophy. Against theExpand
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