July 2015
Agathos: An International Review of the Humanities & Social Scie;2015, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p7
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This study aims to investigate the approach of cognitive dimensions of science in the ontological, cultural and historical context as Lucian Blaga (1895-1961) has developed it through an interdisciplinary integration of philosophy of science and gnoseology within the philosophy of culture. Some original ideas are interpreted, following Blaga's stylistic cultural vision upon the scientific phenomenon: his theory of the categorical doublets, his conception about supra-method and minus-knowledge, his view on the differences/interferences of philosophy and science placed in neopositivism and phenomenology debates. Such ideas are explored within their potential to fruitfully encounter the current directions of theories of presupposition, the disciplinary matrix, and anthropological knowledge.


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