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Truth and Victims' Rights: Towards a Legal Epistemology of International Criminal Justice
(Mexican Law Review, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 2016)
Wittgenstein: epistemología y lenguaje
(Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica, Escuela de Filosofía, 2012)
A Pseudociência do Design Inteligente
Ontological and epistemological foundations of qualitative research
(Institut für Qualitative Forschung, 2009-05)
The purpose of this paper is to describe the most relevant features of qualitative research in order to show how, from the Epistemology of the Known Subject perspective I propose, it is necessary to review first the ...
Returns to education: epistemological problems of quantification and its impact on the formulation of policies
(Universidad Veracruzana, 2009-03)
The development of researches which approach the study of returns to education in order to influence on the making of decisions is frequent. There are conventional procedures to quantify them and to grant scientism to the ...
Of languages and epistemologies: Reflections of a graduate international student on the road to becoming a researcher
(Arkansas State University, 2014-01)
This reflection piece is based on my experience as an international student in the U.S. I invite the reader to join me in re-visiting my road to becoming a researcher to unveil the challenges and advantages that I found ...
Pragmatist Epistemology and Jane Addams: Fundamental Concepts for the Social Paradigm of Occupational Therapy
The objective of this manuscript is to contribute to the education of future occupational therapists within the current paradigm of the profession. To this purpose, some of the conceptual foundations of pragmatist epistemology ...
The truth of experience and its communication: Reflections on Mapuche epistemology
This paper explores certain ideas among rural Mapuche people in southern Chile regarding the epistemological status of experience. Drawing on a notion I call the singularity of personal experience', I explore why each ...