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Crisis y evolución actual de la epistemología
Moreno Ortiz,Juan Carlos;
Co-herencia , 2008,
Abstract: it is not easy to reflect upon epistemology today, for three special reasons: because the crisis which has taken place in epistemology, defined as something specifically modern; because of its ever more tangled and disguised relationship with fields like cognitive theory and philosophy of science, among others; and because of its increasing naturalization. epistemology has stopped being the a priori normative and universal reflection, pretending to establish the essential conditions of rationality, in order to evolve towards a critical and plural reflection, whose normative function consists on offering operating and pragmatic criteria to reconcile the advances of knowledge. this article synthesizes the changes operated on contemporary epistemology and identifies new ways of reflecting about regulation and knowledge, other than the epistemological proposals developed in modernity.
El trasfondo espiritual de nuestros racionalismos: O sobre el preciso punto en el que difieren la modernidad más bien luterana y la genuinamente cartesiana
Moreno Romo, Juan Carlos;
Signos filosóficos , 2011,
Abstract: if to a certain philosophical-ideological doxa currently promoted, it seems valid to characterize the entire western civilization as the rationalist civilization rooted in the scientific, philosophic and even political revolution that descartes represents better than anyone, a little exploration into the analysis reveals that there is not one, but rather two rationalisms (fideism in the background and another that really accepts reason). furthermore, this ambiguity regarding the self-understanding of what we are as a modern civilization corresponds exactly to a crucial ambiguity in the interpretation, and the recuperation of the philosophy of the father of modernity.
El Lenguaje de la Ciencia Económica Por qué la Economía no prescinde de las Matemáticas? De Concepción González Concepción y María Candelaria Gil Fari a
Moreno Piquero, Juan Carlos
Rect@ , 2004,
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Rese a de "Los huesos de Descartes. Una aventura histórica que ilustra el eterno debate entre fe y razón" de Russell Shorto
Juan Carlos Moreno Romo
Araucaria , 2012,
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Rese a de "En el corazón del infierno. Documento escrito por un Sonderkommando de Auschwitz - 1944" de Zalmen Gradowski
Juan Carlos Moreno Romo
Araucaria , 2009,
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Gramáticas y academias. Para una sociología del conocimiento de las lenguas
Moreno Cabrera, Juan Carlos
Arbor : Ciencia, Pensamiento y Cultura , 2008, DOI: 10.3989/arbor.2008.i731.201
Abstract: This article discusses the ideological background of the linguistic activity of grammarians and academies. It is shown that the purpose of this activity consists in establishing a language model based on the linguistic variety of the dominant class. This language model shows a philological conception inherited from the Ancient Antiquity that distorts some of the fundamental properties of natural human languages and, therefore, thwarts an adequate progress in the scientific description of natural languages. En este trabajo se describen los presupuestos ideológicos que informan la actividad de los gramáticos normativistas y de las instituciones, principalmente las academias de las lenguas, que oficializan dicha actividad cuyo fin es la implantación de un determinado modelo de lengua basado en la variedad lingüística de la clase dominante. Se hace ver que este modelo de lengua se fundamenta en una concepción filológica que procede de la Antigüedad Clásica y que esta visión distorsiona algunas de las propiedades esenciales de las lenguas naturales humanas y, por tanto, supone una dificultad para el progreso del conocimiento científico de las lenguas naturales.
Resese a del libro "L'Emprise" de Régis Debray
Juan Carlos Moreno Romo
Signos filosóficos , 2000,
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El trasfondo espiritual de nuestros racionalismos. O sobre el preciso punto en el que difieren la modernidad más bien luterana y la genuinamente cartesiana / The spiritual background of ours rationalisms. Or about the precise point where a Lutheran form of modernity differs from a genuinely Cartesian one
Juan Carlos Moreno Romo
Signos filosóficos , 2011,
Abstract: Resumen: Si a cierta doxa filosófico-ideológica en plena promoción le parece válido el caracterizar a todo Occidente como a esa civilización racionalista que arraiga en la revolución científica, filosófica y aun política que Descartes emblematizaría mejor que nadie, por poco que profundicemos en el análisis descubriremos que no hay uno, sino en todo caso dos racionalismos (el que en el fondo es más bien fideísta, y el que de verdad acepta a la razón), y que a este equívoco con respecto a la autocomprensión de lo que somos en tanto que civilización moderna le corresponde justamente un decisivo equívoco en la interpretación, y en la recuperación de la filosofía del Padre de la Modernidad. Abstract: If to a certain philosophical-ideological doxa currently promoted, it seems valid to characterize the entire Western Civilization as the rationalist civilization rooted in the scientific, philosophic and even political revolution that Descartes represents better than anyone, a little exploration into the analysis reveals that there is not one, but rather two rationalisms (fideism in the background and another that really accepts reason). Furthermore, this ambiguity regarding the self-understanding of what we are as a Modern Civilization corresponds exactly to a crucial ambiguity in the interpretation, and the recuperation of the philosophy of the Father of Modernity.
Novel Activated Carbon Monoliths for Methane Adsorption Obtained from Coffee Husks  [PDF]
Liliana Giraldo, Juan Carlos Moreno-Piraján
Materials Sciences and Applications (MSA) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/msa.2011.25043
Abstract: Methane adsorption by different forms of activated carbon obtained from coffee husks, including monolith honeycomb and disc types, was studied by activation with zinc salts and potassium hydroxide at 298.15 K and 303.15 K and pressures up to 30.00 atm in a volumetric adsorption apparatus. We observed increased methane adsorption capacity on a mass basis in the different activated carbon monoliths with increasing surface area, total pore volume and micropore volume, with the honeycomb type displaying the highest methane absorption capacity. The maximum volumetric methane uptake by the synthesised carbon monoliths was observed to be 130 V/V at 298.15 K and 30.00 atm for honeycomb monoliths synthesised with zinc chloride (ZnCl2) and Polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) as the binder. Adsorption calorimetry results were used to describe the interaction between guest molecules and the adsorbent at low surface coverage and the energetic heterogeneous surface nature of the adsorbent.
LA FILOSOFíA DE LA CIENCIA EN COLOMBIA. HISTORIA DE SU DESARROLLO
Moreno Ortíz,Juan Carlos;
Praxis Filosófica , 2010,
Abstract: this article present the first historic review of the academic development of the philosophy of science in colombia and is intended to set the basis for further, more comprehensive, analyses about this philosophical area in the country. it is shown that a regular academic development in this area was effectively initiated as of the 1970s and that the main universities in the country began to normalize the practice on this subject in the early 1990s. in general, the academic history of the philosophy of science in colombia is young and has above all focused on the dissemination of knowledge as well as interpretative work. this area of study is currently undergoing a process of consolidation which might be strengthened if there is a successful articulation and expansion of the efforts carried out in the last few years.
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