quantum mechanics, quantum logic, phenomenology, hermeneutics of science, Merleau-Ponty, Husserl, Heidegger, Gadamer, Theodore Kisiel, Joseph Kockelmans, Patrick Heelan
Continental Philosophy | Philosophy | Philosophy of Science
As an element of our total contemporary culture, "historical science" may be distinguished from "experimental" science as the professional business of natural scientists. Phenomenology has always taken a very critical stance against certain defects or biasses -- objectivism, scientism, techicism -- it has found in historical science. I show that these defects and biasses, associated historically with physical science, are not necessary parts of physical science, and consequently, that physics, especially experimental physics, has all of those hermeneutical, ontological, historical and dialectical dimensions negated by historical science.
Heelan, Patrick A., "Hermeneutics of Experimental Science in the Context of the Life-World" (1974). Research Resources. 5.