¿Es la lógica un buen instrumento científico para hacer filosofía?

  • David Suárez-Rivero Profesor visitante en la Universidad Nacional, Costa Rica, México
Palabras clave: Lógica, Filosofía, Argumento, Evaluación

Resumen

En el presente artículo, ofrezco razones para mostrar que el objeto de estudio de la filosofía son los argumentos, sean epistemológicos, políticos, éticos, estéticos, ontológicos, religiosos, bioéticos, metafísicos, entre otros. Sostengo que su objetivo es formularlos, reconstruirlos, proponerlos y evaluarlos usando la lógica. Presento algunos contraejemplos, brindando una respuesta para mostrar que no debilitan mi propuesta.

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2021-10-15
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Suárez-Rivero, D. (2021). ¿Es la lógica un buen instrumento científico para hacer filosofía?. Revista PRAXIS, (84). https://doi.org/10.15359/praxis.84.2
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