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Порус В. Н. Эпистемология и философия науки. 2014. Т. XLII. № 4. С. 41-45.
Added: Mar 16, 2015
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Osminskaya N. Epistemology and Philosophy of Science. 2018. Vol. 55. No. 2. P. 165-179.

This paper analyses different retrospective links between the scientia generalis by Leibniz and the philosophical, rhetorical and encyclopaedic traditions of the Renaissance and Early Modern Europe, emphasising the influence of Aristotle’s’ “Metaphysics” on the genesis of  the concept of universal science in 17th century philosophy.

Added: May 10, 2018
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Karpenko I. Epistemology and Philosophy of Science. 2015. Vol. XLV. No. 3. P. 150-166.

The article analyzes a number of modern physics approaches in different aspects, which are directly or indirectly affected by the problem of space. The variations of cosmologies based on the theory of relativity, quantum mechanics, the theory of inflation, the holographic universe model, the model of the virtual universe, etc. and their scientifically validated combinations are examined for specifics of category of space interpretation in each case. In reliance to the historical and philosophical analysis the connection between the traditional interpretations of the concept of space in philosophy and the modern ones in physics is established. The context of some modern physical theories is concluded to bring new dimensions to the understanding of space (while retaining certain classical concepts).

Added: Aug 29, 2015
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Karpenko I. Epistemology and Philosophy of Science. 2018. Vol. 55. No. 2. P. 139-152.

The article analyzes the problem of physical theory nature and its criteria in the context of several concepts of modern physics. Such physical concepts allow multiple possible universes (the last usually happens to be a random consequence of the theory). Since the study requires several universe models, which basic principles (physical laws) can vary, the two theories have become the objects of analysis: the first, which includes the concept of eternal inflation, the second – the string cosmology (the string landscape). Both theories allow for a large variation of physical laws (no matter, whether these are fundamentally different physical laws or different versions of the same basic principles). The amount of dark energy (cosmological constant) has been selected as a physical law parameter, changing its value in possible universes.

The analysis of the physical theories, which allow a multiplicity of universes, has shown that the standard requirements for the theory, which connect its veracity with the criteria of observability and the need for validation of our universe basic principles, are not entirely consistent. Theoretical physics is moving towards the formulization of models that become a real (in some cases, apparently irresistible) challenge for experimental verification. The article proves that such verification probably can not be required in several physical theories, since, in particular, the postulation of this kind of connection between theory and reality is no more than a manifestation of anthropocentrism. However, the theory can trace more general grounds that lie beyond the scope of human observation.

Added: Mar 15, 2018
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Парамонов А. А. Эпистемология и философия науки. 2010. № 1. С. 237-242.
Added: Feb 16, 2010
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Dragalina-Chernaya E. Epistemology and Philosophy of Science. 2013. Vol. 38. No. 4. P. 136-149.

 The purpose of this paper is twofold: (1) to clarify Ludwig Wittgenstein’s thesis that colours possess logical structures, focusing on his ‘puzzle proposition’ that “there can be a bluish green but not a reddish green”, (2) to compare model-theoretical and game-theoretical approaches to the colour exclusion problem. What is gained, then, is a new game-theoretical framework for the logic of ‘forbidden’ (e.g., reddish green and bluish yellow) colours. My larger aim is to discuss phenomenological principles of the demarcation of the bounds of logic as formal ontology of abstract objects.

Added: Oct 1, 2013
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Porus V. N. Epistemology and Philosophy of Science. 2018. Vol. 55. No. 3. P. 35-40.

The article shows that Marxist dialectics and the social philosophy of science, whose influence was obvious in Imre Lakatos’s early philosophical experiments, underwent substantial reinterpretation during the mature period of his creative activity. Being implicit heuristic sources of his “sophisticated falsificationism” or methodology of scientific research programs, they take on a conceptual form in which they lose the “excess” of authentic contents. Therefore, the philosophical views of “mature Lakatos” may be called close to the Marxist philosophy of science only with many important reservations and specifications.

Added: Oct 13, 2018
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Karpenko I. Epistemology and Philosophy of Science. 2016. Vol. 49. No. 3. P. 105-123.

The problem of time is not an entirely physical problem. Physics itself does not contain a "time theory". That is particularly true in the sense that physics has not made any direct attempts to find the natural-science definition of the notion of time. Nevertheless, the concept of time emerges in science one way or another and still requires an explanation. Time fulfills an important role in the physics of XX and XXI centuries, though often a hidden one. Such a statement could be applied to both theories of macrocosm and microcosm. In the theory of relativity, time has been established as a secondary feature, a derivative of velocity and mass. However, it exists (although, as an illusion) and yet evokes the need of its philosophical interpretation. In quantum field theory time also (though implicitly) occurs according to the interpretation of the experiment results - for example, “where the particle was before its observation”. Such “before”-cases indicate the very presence of time (more precisely, the observer`s perception of its presence). Further theories, which have been the attempts to solve the problem of incompatibility of general relativity theory and quantum mechanics, such as the theory of loop quantum gravity, superstring theory, Shape Dynamics and others, also mention the concept of time. Time fulfills there a definite role and again evokes the question of its explanation in the frameworks of these theories. Most importantly, to find an exact meaning of this “time” term used here. This article deals with the problem of time in the context of several theories of modern physics. In particular, it attempts to give a definition of the term of time in relation to the philosophy of physics (physics itself does not characterize it). Such a task formulation has its relevance and novelty due to the facts that the discourse on the nature of time is still stipulated by Zeno`s paradoxes, and the philosophy of science uses the obsolete vocabulary while describing the term. However, evidence suggests that modern physics has developed the new rules, or to be more precise, has stated the new principles, which the philosophy of science can not take into consideration without changing its vocabulary (the last also involves the modernization of intellectual intuition).

Added: Aug 31, 2016
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Ковалёв С., Родин А. В. Эпистемология и философия науки. 2016. Т. 47. № 1. С. 153-169.
Added: Jun 15, 2018
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Веретенников А. А. Эпистемология и философия науки. 2015. № № 2 (44). С. 230-233.
Added: Oct 1, 2018
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Дроздова Д. Н. Эпистемология и философия науки. 2012. Т. 31. № 1. С. 192-206.

The article analyses the link between the famous French epistemologists Emile Meyerson and his younger friend and disciple, historian of science Alexandre Koyré. Koyré is known primarily by his research of the history of the scientific thought; his main interest was to grasp the moments of the transformation of rational structures within the history. Nevertheless, in this paper I will argue that Alexandre Koyré in some measure accepts Emile Meyerson’s claim on the immutability of human reason that constitutes the central point of Meyerson’s epistemology. But within the rationality in general he distinguishes the immutable core that is constituted by the logical laws of reasoning and the outer level of “mentality” which is subjected to the historical changes and transformations.

Added: Dec 6, 2012
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Селиверстов В. В. Эпистемология и философия науки. 2015. № 4. С. 212-222.
This article considers the contribution of Ernst Mally to the theory of objects, namely he introduced a distinction of two types of properties (determinations) — formal and extraformal, that allowed Meinongian theory of objects to provide a satisfactory response to the criticism of Bertrand Russell, related to the question of the existence of the golden mountain. According to Meinong, object’s so-being (Sosein) is logically independent of its ontic status (Sein). In this case Russell asks, how the existent golden mountain can be existent, golden and a mountain, because golden mountains do not exit (as well as round squares). So it was obvious that the independence of Sosein from Sein thesis should be revised. That’s why Mally made a remark that the properties that make object’s Sosein are extraformal. Later these ideas have formed the basis of the contemporary study of nonexistent objects, the basis of the theories of Terens Parsons, Richard Routley etc. In particular Parsons’s distinction of nuclear and extranuclear properties is a revised version of Mally’s distinction. In addition, the article analyzes Ernst Mally’s critics of epistemological idealism and its connection with the famous psychologism dispute in logic and semantics in the late 19th and early 20th century. This dispute is more associated with the works of G. Frege and E. Husserl, which accused of psychologism many representatives of Brentano’s School. Particularly Alexius Meinong was also called a psychologist. That’s it’s important to find out, which side was Mally on in this dispute.
Added: Oct 11, 2015
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Рогонян Г. С. Эпистемология и философия науки. 2015. Т. 46. № 4. С. 85-104.

This paper considers the problem of direct knowledge about oneself as a prerequisite of a self"consciousness. The explanation of the asymmetry between first and third person that is characteristic for such a knowledge could shed the light on the nature of self-consciousness as a natural phenomenon. The key to the problem is the asymmetry Donald Davidson proposed as the main feature of the process of interpretation. However, this solution is often either not fully appreciated or misunderstood as a kind of linguistic asymmetry. The paper argues that this asymmetry has a causal nature, and this is the first reason for irreducibility of our mentalist vocabulary and thereby for the necessary use of such concepts as selfconsciousness

Added: Jan 22, 2016
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Долгоруков В. В. Эпистемология и философия науки. 2012. Т. XXXII. № 2. С. 201-205.
Added: Jan 24, 2013
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Порус В. Н. Эпистемология и философия науки. 2005. Т. 3. № 1. С. 55-61.
Added: Nov 5, 2009
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Фройденталь Г. Эпистемология и философия науки. 2009. № 3. С. 14-40.
Added: Feb 7, 2010
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Драгалина-Черная Е. Г. Эпистемология и философия науки. 2013. Т. 37. № 3. С. 233-236.
Added: Sep 13, 2013
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Левин С. М. Эпистемология и философия науки. 2012. Т. XXXIII. № 3. С. 226-229.
Added: Mar 22, 2013
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Порус В. Н. Эпистемология и философия науки. 2012. Т. 31. № 1. С. 18-35.
Added: Dec 3, 2012