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What are some exemplary / important quotes from this work?

Thursday, June 7, 2018 - 1:28am

To sum up, three external features of philosophy of science in Taiwan are apparent.
(1) The role of the Anglo-Saxon tradition has been dominant. Most studies introduce,
interpret, revise, and criticize one or another of the important philosophical theories
of science. (2) Concerns about the public affairs are apparent enough to constitute a
traditional “culture.” (3) Philosophers of science are few in number, between ten
(including general methodology and epistemology, history and philosophy of science,
and philosophy of physics, biology, and economics) and twenty (including philosophy
of mathematics, philosophy of psychology and cognitive science, and metaphysics of
mind and world) practitioners; there is no professional journal for philosophy of
science in Taiwan. (32)

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What arguments, sub-arguments, data or examples suggest possible comparisons with other STS formations?

Thursday, June 7, 2018 - 1:25am

Similar to the Kreimer and Vessuri piece, Chen identifies several generations of philosophers of science (30-31). These generations are mostly identified by when degress were completed and what important publications were influential at the time.

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