Year 2018, Volume 16, Issue 2, Pages 537 - 563 2018-12-31

Evrim Teorisinin Epistemik Statüsü

Gülay Parlak [1] , Gijberk Van den Brink [2] , Jeroen De Ridder [3] , René Van Woudenberg [4]

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Evrim teorisi teist inanca sahip belirli gruplar arasında bir anlaşmazlık konusu olmaya devam etmektedir. Bu makale, evrim teorisinin çeşitli kısımlarının epistemik anlamda ehliyetinin gerçekçi ve ölçülü bir değerlendirmesini sağlayabilecek epistemik tahlili için bir çerçeve çizerek bu konudaki tartışmaya bir nebze ışık tutmayı amaçlamaktadır. Sonuç ise, evrim teorisinin çeşitli parçaları arasında epistemik itibar noktasında belirgin farklılıklar olduğunu göz önüne seren daha incelikli bir değerlendirmedir. Evrim teorisiyle alakalı herhangi ciddi bir tartışma bu gerçekleri yansıtmalıdır. 

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Primary Language tr
Subjects Religion
Published Date Aralık 2018
Journal Section Translations
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0003-1925-103X
Author: Gülay Parlak
Country: Turkey


Author: Gijberk Van den Brink

Author: Jeroen De Ridder

Author: René Van Woudenberg

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APA Parlak, G , Van den Brink, G , De Ridder, J , Van Woudenberg, R . (2018). Evrim Teorisinin Epistemik Statüsü. Kader, 16 (2), 537-563. Retrieved from http://dergipark.org.tr/kaderdergi/issue/41910/470385
MLA Parlak, G , Van den Brink, G , De Ridder, J , Van Woudenberg, R . "Evrim Teorisinin Epistemik Statüsü". Kader 16 (2018): 537-563 <http://dergipark.org.tr/kaderdergi/issue/41910/470385>
Chicago Parlak, G , Van den Brink, G , De Ridder, J , Van Woudenberg, R . "Evrim Teorisinin Epistemik Statüsü". Kader 16 (2018): 537-563
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