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Bytniewski, P. (2011). Michel foucault: nauki niedojrzałe i ich epistemologia. Zagadnienia Naukoznawstwa, 1(187), 3–28. 
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Keywords: epistemology, human sciences
Creators: Bytniewski
Collection: Zagadnienia Naukoznawstwa
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Michel Foucault: Immature Sciences and its Epistemology
The paper provides an overview of various perspectives as well as analysis of expectations concerning the concept of ‘immature sciences’ suggested by I. Iacking in the context of Michel Foucault’s archeology of knowledge. In this context, archeology of knowledge is a kind of epistemology situated beyond standard approaches to the sciences, epistemology whose main question is: “How is it possible and how should we in a given culture, did possess a well-defi ned regularity? If very possibility of registering facts, experiencing them, distorting them by tradition or using them in purely speculative way, if even all that was not accidental? If errors (and truths), the practice of old beliefs, including not only genuine discoveries, but also most naïve notions, obeyed, at a given moment, the laws of a certain code of knowledge?” Human sciences are the primary fi eld for such an investigations, because of its peculiar history and specifi c conceptualizations. What is special in their history? Do this notion (immature sciences) suggest that human sciences are immature by their nature, or in the same manner as bygone forms of natural sciences? How can these issues be approached in the archeology? What is capacity of the archeology of knowledge to answer these questions?
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