From data to phenomena: a Kantian stance.
101 - 116.
This paper investigates some metaphysical and epistemological assumptions behind Bogen and Woodward's data-to-phenomena inferences. I raise a series of points and suggest an alternative possible Kantian stance about data-to-phenomena inferences. I clarify the nature of the suggested Kantian stance by contrasting it with McAllister's view about phenomena as patterns in data sets.
|Title:||From data to phenomena: a Kantian stance|
|Keywords:||Data, Phenomena, Bogen, Woodward, McAllister, Kant|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Science and Technology Studies|
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