Principia: an international journal of epistemology

"Principia: an international journal of epistemology" was founded in 1997 and regularly publishes articles, discussions and review. The journal aims to publish original scholarly work especially in epistemology area , with an emphasis on material of general interest to academic philosophers. Originally published only in print version (ISSN: 1414-4247), in 2005 the journal began to be published also in online version (ISSN: 1808-1711). Since 1999 are published three issues per year: in April, August and December. Qualis CAPES: A2

Vol 21, No 1 (2017)

Minimalism and Phenomenological Evidence

Patricia Marechal


Simulaciones Computacionales: Un Análisis de dos Concepciones Antagònicas

Juan Manuel Duran

Computer simulations,scientific models,comput

¿Estrategia reductiva? De la Ecología de Sistemas a la Fisiología

Federico di Pasquo, Christian Francese, Guillermo Folguera

Reduction,Sarkar,metabolic ecological theory,

Historicidad, Realismo y Verdad

Carlos Miguel Gómez Rincon

Hermeneutical realism,anti-realism,Nietzsche,

The Contingent Unknowability of Facts and its Relation with Informal, Epistemological Contexts

Stanley Kreiter Bezerra Medeiros

Ideal reasoners don’t believe in zombies

Danilo Fraga Dantas

Modal epistemology,zombie argument,conceivabi

Condiciones de Identidad para Organismos

José Tomás Alvarado, Cristóbal Unwin

Organisms,individuals,identity in time,biolog

Wittgenstein on Freud’s Psychoanalysis

Marco Antonio Franciotti

Psychoanalysis,Science, Language,Determinism,

The Varieties of Self-Knowledge

Mariane Oliveira



Evandro Agazzi, Ítala M. Loffredo D’Ottaviano, Daniele Mundici

It's Not Given Us to Foretell How Our Words Will Echo through the Ages: The Reception of Novel Ideas by Scientific Community

Valentin Bazhanov

Scientific community; Reception of novel idea