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Dialogo sul metodo

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Attraverso un dialogo immaginario - sorprendente e ironico - tra chi crede di sapere e chi sa di non sapere, Feyerabend induce a riflettere sulla scienza e i pregiudizi, la scuola e l'autoritarismo, la medicina e l'astrologia, e su tanti altri temi cruciali della cultura di oggi. Tutti i paradossi, le provocazioni, l'anticonformismo che hanno reso Feyerabend famoso a ...more
Paperback, 182 pages
Published 1998 by Editori Laterza
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Marinho Lopes
Dec 28, 2014 Marinho Lopes rated it it was ok
Este é um livro de Filosofia da Ciência, ainda que Feyerabend se afirme como um não filósofo. De facto, tenho que concordar com ele, porque as opiniões incompletas, confusas, e algumas ignorantes que expõe neste livro não podem ser confundidas com filosofia. Concordo quando ele critica a filosofia categórica (e bem determinada) de Popper, e também quando critica a fé cega dos racionalistas. De resto, escreve muito disparate, talvez mais com a intenção de ser cáustico e sarcástico, embora nem ...more
Andrés da Silveira
If you enjoyed reading "The Structure of Scientific Revolutions", then you're in for a lighter yet as impactful treat with this one.
I have yet to find a book that impacted me as deeply as this one did when I was 16. Much like the aforementioned book, this one teaches you through the Platonic/Socratic method, the dialogue, how to think, also kicking some preconceptions about what we think are certainties.
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Paul Karl Feyerabend was an Austrian-born philosopher of science best known for his work as a professor of philosophy at the University of California, Berkeley, where he worked for three decades (1958–1989).

His life was a peripatetic one, as he lived at various times in England, the United States, New Zealand, Italy, Germany, and finally Switzerland. His major works include Against Method (publis
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