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 22, No 3 (2018)

Editorial Information

Revista Principia

Naturalism’s maxims and its methods. Is naturalistic philosophy like science?

Carin Robinson

Naturalism,Science,Methodology, Synthetic, A

Claude Shannon’s Brief “Discourse on Method”

Juan Ramón Álvarez

Remarks on Ludwig Wittgenstein’s Whole aim in his way of doing Philosophy

Gustavo Augusto Fonseca

Ludwig Wittgenstein,Method by examples,Comple

Goodman and the Project of a Constructional Definition of “Valid Induction”

Eros Moreira de Carvalho

Nelson Goodman, the new riddle of induction,

Values, Research Strategies and Application of Knowledge: The Campos Sulinos in Question

Claudio Ricardo Martins dos Reis, Valerio De Patta Pillar

Biodiversity, “Science and Values”, Epistemol

Epistemic peer disagreement in the nature-nurture debate

Nahuel Pallitto

Epistemology, epistemic peer disagreements, s

An Objection to the Dispositional Conception of Unconscious Mental Phenomena

Tárik de Athayde Prata

Disposition, unconscious, mental properties,

Epistemic Logic: A Survey of the Logic of Knowledge

Alexandre Ziani de Borba

Augustine and Academic Skepticism: A Philosophical Study

Clodoaldo da Luz