A Conversation for The Scientific Method

The Logic of Scientific Discovery

Post 1

Joe Otten

In "The Logic of Scientific Discovery" (1935) Karl Popper deals with the case against the scientific method stated in the article without resorting to inductivism.

This book is rightly regarded as the definitive work on scientific method, and is worth a mention here.

The Logic of Scientific Discovery

Post 2

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Then I suggest you mention it, since I have no idea what you just said. smiley - smiley
To clarify. This thread is considered part of the entry, so now it does contain such a mention. Not a very useful mention though, since it raises more questions than it answers. smiley - huh

Making changes to the body of an Edited Entry is a lengthy process and doesn't happen fast or continously, but occurs when an entry _really_ needs a 'major' change. Or something. smiley - devil

The Logic of Scientific Discovery

Post 3

Joe Otten

OK - so read the book.




And from an opponent...


(The choice of ad hominem attack speaks for itself.)

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