Epistemological Connections

Factasia net links on Epistemology
amazon.com epistemology books

Episteme Links

Principia Cybernetica

General
Epistemology - essays and reviews by Kelley L. Ross, Ph.D..
Epistemology and Generative Theory - Richard van Oort - Derrida, Gans, and the Anthropological Subtext of Deconstruction.
Subtopics
Computation
Education
Evolution
Exotica
Factasian
General
Literary
Objectivist
Physics
Psychology

Objectivist Epistemology
Intro to Objectivist Epistemology - Raymie Stata

Epistemology and Education
MIT Epistemology and Learning Group - constructionist learning - Knowledge is not simply transmitted from teacher to student, but is actively constructed by the mind of the learner.
Implications of Maccia's Epistemology for Use of Computers in Education - Theodore W. Frick - Maccia's epistemology includes three basic kinds of knowing: Knowing that one (qualitative), Knowing that (quantitative), Knowing how (performative).
Inclusion and Epistemology: The Price is Right - Sharon Bailin's response to Siegel's What Price Inclusion?.
Epistemology and Psychology
THE RISE OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
Robert H. Wozniac
The 17th and 18th Centuries: The Epistemology of Mind
The 19th Century: The Epistemology of the Nervous System

Epistemology and Computation
meta-epistemology John McCarthy - Meta-epistemology is proposed as a mathematical theory in analogy to metamathematics. See also: Epistemological Problems of Artificial Intelligence
Naturalising Epistemology - explores the interaction between psychology and epistemology
Computational Epistemology Lab
Epistemology for Software Representations - Christopher A. Welty
Connectionist Epistemology - Bruce Maclennan: the use of neural networks for knowledge representation and inference.
Evolutionary Epistemology Cosma Shalizi's notes
Evolutionary Epistemology - Adolf Heschl
Hayek's Evolutionary Epistemology - a connectionist theory of mind that exhibits the trial-and-error strategy increasingly employed by many artificial intelligence researchers.

Epistemology in Factasia
Epistemology Logical truths, derided as content free and trivial, are the bedrock of mathematics, science, engineering and more. We explore how they fit in, now and in the future. Fact is stranger than fiction. If you want to understand the future well enough to make good choices today, a touch of fantasy will help you find the "facts".


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