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Title: La unificación de la física de Maxwell y su idea de 'fertilización mutua de las ciencias' como desiderata metodológicos no reduccionistas para la ciencia social
Author: Mundó Blanch, Jordi
Keywords: Filosofia de la ciència
Equacions de Maxwell
Philosophy of science
Maxwell equations
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Centro de Estudios Filosóficos, Políticos y Sociales Vicente Lombardo Toledano
Abstract: Maxwell's contribution to unification of electricity, magnetism and optics completely changed nineteenth-century physics, and its recategorization set the bases for the twentieth-century physics revolution. Modern social science is a fragmented field, characterized both by a poor integration between the concepts of economics, sociology, anthropology, psychology and history, and for a striking isolation from natural science. This article will explore the importance of incorporating to social science the methodological criteria of Maxwell's own conception in favor of a non-reductionist wide-ranging causal and conceptual integration between social science and natural science.
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It is part of: Ludus vitalis, 2014, vol. XXII, num. 42, p. 51-73
ISSN: 1133-5165
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