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The use of the 'Materiality Argument' in the literature on computer simulations
Much of the current philosophical interest in computer simulations stems from their extended presence in scientific practice. This interest has centered on studies of the experimental character of computer simulations and, ...
Exploratory Strategies: experiments and simulations
The use of computer simulations in different scientific activities has increased considerably in the last few years. However, philosophical reflection on computer simulations is rather scarce, partly due to the relative ...
Access to written culture as part of the social reproduction strategies of rural families in Cordoba (Argentina)
In a previous study (Cragnolino, 2009), given the concerns raised by NLS, I discussed the analytical possibilities involved in putting into play, the perspective of the French sociologist Pierre Bourdieu as a way to ...
Groups, normativity and disagreement
We are members of many groups to which we ascribe the performance of intentional actions, and belonging to these groups seems to give rise, in many cases, to special normative relations. For instance, as a member of the ...
When illiterate isn't illiterate : reading reality in a multimodal way
For the last several years the literacy problem of youth and adults has occupied an important place in discussions held by international organizations and in the agendas of the Latin American regions? ministries of education ...