BINKA, Bohuslav. Evolutionary ontology — A somewhat sociological analysis. Human Affairs. Bratislava: Slovak Academy of Science, 2013, Volume 23, Issue 4, p. pp 518-527, 9 pp. ISSN 1210-3055. doi:10.2478/s13374-013-0146-0.
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Original name Evolutionary ontology — A somewhat sociological analysis
Authors BINKA, Bohuslav (203 Czech Republic, guarantor, belonging to the institution).
Edition Human Affairs, Bratislava, Slovak Academy of Science, 2013, 1210-3055.
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Original language English
Type of outcome Article in a journal
Field of Study 60300 6.3 Philosophy, Ethics and Religion
Country of publisher Slovakia
Confidentiality degree is not subject to a state or trade secret
RIV identification code RIV/00216224:14230/13:00069550
Organization unit Faculty of Social Studies
UT WoS 000212099300005
Keywords (in Czech) evoluční ontologie; společenské vědy; environmentalismus; analýza; teorie vědy
Keywords in English evolutionary ontology; social science; environmentalism; analysis; theory of science
Tags International impact, Reviewed
Changed by Changed by: doc. Mgr. Bohuslav Binka, Ph.D., učo 6956. Changed: 3. 10. 2013 09:21.
The main aims of this paper are to establish the position of evolutionary ontology within the Czech environmental debate, to identify why its untapped potential may be an inspiration in other social science disciplines and, finally, to suggest that evolutionary ontology be reconfigured in a particular way so that it can capitalize on its potential. A brief introduction outlines the context and the main ideas of evolutionary ontology and is followed by a discussion of its weaknesses: an emphasis on a confrontational style in addressing other social science disciplines and ignoring the specific nature of the disciplines which represent the main target group of this theory. Consequently, I suggested three main changes as to how evolutionary ontology should be presented.
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