Pseudoscience: Objective or Subjective?

@inproceedings{Ruse2020PseudoscienceOO,
  title={Pseudoscience: Objective or Subjective?},
  author={Michael Ruse},
  year={2020}
}
  • M. Ruse
  • Published 30 June 2020
  • Philosophy
espanol?Que es la pseudociencia y cuando surgen generalmente las acusaciones de pensamiento pseudocientifico? Contesto estas preguntas analizando seis ejemplos en los cuales ha surgido tal acusacion: el movimiento antivacunas, que afirma que la vacunacion causa enfermedades, el creacionismo, la afirmacion de que la Biblia es literalmente verdadera, la quiropraxia y afirmaciones similares sobre curar el cancer, evolucion predarwiniana, es decir, hipotesis evolucionistas anteriores a El Origen de… 
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