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Models in Systems Medicine

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Flawed Ideologies, Propaganda and the Social Situatedness of Knowledge

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In this paper I focus on the connection between some of Stanley’s claims about propaganda and flawed ideologies, and the idea of the social situatedness or perspective-relativity of knowledge. More precisely, I will try to show how Stanley’s reflections on the nature of propaganda and its relationship with flawed ideologies push us towards the empiricists’ characterisation of the social situatedness of knowledge. Not only do these reflections reveal some important weaknesses of standpoint theories (that is, the claim of epistemic asymmetry between advantaged and negatively advantaged groups, and the necessity of actively achieving a standpoint), but they also support the request for the pluralism, rational critique, cooperation, fair discussion and epistemic integration fostered by social empiricism. This means that the broad idea of the social situatedness of knowledge should be defended and further developed along the lines sketched by social empiricism.

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How Long is Now? A New Perspective on the Specious Present

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Georges Rey, Emoções e Funcionalismo: Em Defesa do Cognitivismo

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Reliable Misrepresentation and Teleosemantics

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Mental Files and their Identity Conditions

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Turing Patterns and Biological Explanation

be reconciled with scale-free constitution and dynamics? Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences 53: 84–93. Bourgine, Paul; and Lesne, Annick. 2006. Morphogenesis: Origins of Patterns and Shapes. Berlin: Springer Verlag. Brigandt, Ingo. 2010. Beyond reduction and pluralism: Toward an epistemology of explanatory integration in biology. Erkenntnis 73 (3):295-311. Brigandt, Ingo. 2013. Systems biology and the integration of mechanistic explanation and

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Is conscious will an illusion?

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On the Plausibility of Idealism: Refuting Criticisms

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Causal Concepts Guiding Model Specification in Systems Biology

–47. MacLeod, Miles; and Nersessian, Nancy. J. 2013. Building simulations from the ground up: modeling and theory in systems biology. Philosophy of Science 80: 533–56. MacLeod, Miles; and Nersessian, Nancy J. 2015. Modeling systems-level dynamics: understanding without mechanistic explanation in integrative systems biology. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C—Biological and Biomedical Science 49: 1–11. Markowetz, Florian; and Spang, Rainer. 2007. Inferring cellular networks—a review. BMC Bioinformatics 8 (Suppl 6) S5. < www

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