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On the ontology of the computing process and the epistemology of the computed

Giuseppe Primiero

pp. 485-489

Software-intensive science (SIS) challenges in many ways our current scientific methods. This affects significantly our notion of science and scientific interpretation of the world, driving at the same time the philosophical debate. We consider some issues prompted by SIS in the light of the philosophical categories of ontology and epistemology.

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DOI: 10.1007/s13347-014-0174-7

Full citation:

Primiero, G. (2014). On the ontology of the computing process and the epistemology of the computed. Philosophy & Technology 27 (3), pp. 485-489.

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