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Analytic and Continental Philosophy: playing around with quantitative methods

by Pietro Lana   What can quantitative methods tell us about the differences between the Analytic and the Continental philosophical traditions? Attempts to define, characterize and distinguish the two have led to such a variety of positions that even the … Continue reading

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Interesting tutorials @Programming Historian

Following the posts of the past few weeks, today we present an interesting website – and peer-reviewed journal – on the same wake. That is Programming Historian, a useful, multilingual and open access collection of tutorials about computational tecniques for … Continue reading

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A quantitative history of “Philosophy of Science”

Three reseachers from the University of Québec, Montréal – Christophe Malaterre, Jean-François Chartier, and Davide Pulizzotto (the latter also being an affiliate member of DR2 group) have recently published an intriguing paper entitled What Is This Thing Called Philosophy of Science? … Continue reading

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