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  • ...h he thought could defeat the most radical doubt or [[skepticism]]. Such a method or way of doing philosophy has become a hallmark of modern philosophy, part ===Aim of Descartes’s Methodic Doubt ===
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  • ...imentation without recourse to super-natural or extra-natural reality. Any method of inquiry or investigation or any procedure for gaining [[knowledge]] that ...alism implies that all knowledge of the universe can be arrived at through scientific investigation, and that “supernatural” phenomena can be studied through
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  • ...any love affairs and mistresses. In his autobiography he remarked that the search for love was for him a lifelong preoccupation. ...ies; this principle, known as [[Ockham's Razor]], as a central part of the method of analysis.
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  • ...w.ultralingua.net/index.html?action=define&nv=0&text=mathematicus&service=&searchtype=stemmed&service=latin2english Definition of “mathematicus.”] Retrie ...logy3.html#defense Activities With Astrology.] Retrieved July 3, 2007; The Scientific Exploration of Astrology, [http://www.rudolfhsmit.nl/u-case2.htm The Case F
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  • notable_ideas = [[falsifiability]], [[hypothetico-deductive method]], [[open society]] |}} ... by advancing empirical falsifiability as the criterion for distinguishing scientific theory from non-science; and for his vigorous defense of [[liberal democrac
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  • ...was no way to fully analyze them for they were out of context and adequate scientific techniques and processes were not available. Still, such curiosity and pass ...roved accurate.<ref> Colin Renfrew and Paul Bahn, ''Archaeology: Theories, Methods and Practice,'' 3rd ed. (New York: Thames and Hudson, 2000), 21. </ref>
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  • ...essed purpose of disseminating Enlightenment ideas and the new advances in scientific knowledge to a wide audience. In so doing, it effectively undermined the Ch ...Encyclopedia]] (1917) provided some counterbalance to the scientism of the scientific encyclopedias.
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  • notable_ideas = "Anything Goes!," scientific anarchism | ...d scientific discovery to what came to be known as an "anything goes" anti-method stance. Besides his philosophical interests, he had training and work in as
    26 KB (3,969 words) - 23:34, 27 January 2019
  • ...generally from 100 to 200 words, of the contents of a document such as a research paper, journal article, [[thesis]], review, [[academic conference|conferenc ... research methodology. Indicative abstract simply describes what kind of research or writing the document is about and it does not contain any material conte
    17 KB (2,556 words) - 03:21, 14 October 2019
  • ...lted in a wide range of competing answers and explanations, from [[science|scientific]] to [[philosophy|philosophical]] and [[religion|religious]] explanations t == Scientific Approaches to the Meaning of Life ==
    50 KB (7,767 words) - 16:32, 11 September 2018
  • ...is still unpublished. An innovator in fields such as mathematics, research methodology, the [[philosophy of science]], [[epistemology]], and [[metaphysics]], ...d MA from [[Harvard University|Harvard]], and in 1863 Harvard's [[Lawrence Scientific School]] awarded him its first M.Sc. in [[chemistry]]. This last degree was
    61 KB (9,090 words) - 22:16, 6 February 2017
  • [[Image:YiXiangKaoCheng 02.JPG|thumb|right|A method of making [[Chinese astronomy|astronomical observation]] instruments at the ...gnery Pub., 2005. ISBN 9780895260383)</ref><ref>Agustín Udías Vallina. ''Searching the heavens and the earth: the history of Jesuit observatories.'' (Astro
    32 KB (4,680 words) - 16:32, 11 January 2018
  • *The discovery or application of new scientific principles, such as [[time travel]] or [[psionics]], or new technology, suc ...iction is what we point to when we say it."<ref>Damon Francis Knight. ''In Search of Wonder: Essays on Modern Science Fiction.'' (Advent Publishing, Inc, 196
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  • |known_for = [[SETI|Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence (SETI)]]<br/>[[Cosmos: A Personal Voyage ...ience]]s. He pioneered [[Astrobiology|exobiology]] and promoted the [[SETI|Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence (SETI)]].
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  • ...ne that studies [[society]] and human social interaction. Sociological [[research]] ranges from the analysis of short [[social contact|contacts]] between ano Sociological research provides [[teacher|educator]]s, [[urban planning|planner]]s, [[lawmaker]]s,
    28 KB (3,845 words) - 15:46, 8 October 2015
  • ...ion that certain truth can be reached by the application of an appropriate method. [[Epistemology]], the inquiry into the conditions for certainty in knowing ... true knowledge or knowledge in a particular area is uncertain, or (3) the method of suspended judgment, systematic doubt, or criticism that is characteristi
    32 KB (4,752 words) - 15:02, 23 September 2015
  • ...her it was also possible to prove it by using the philosophical (rational) method and, if so, how. These arguments were meant to buttress the arguments of fa ... scientific mindset is used to considering that only measurable objects of scientific inquiry can be known for certain, and even this certainty is being shaken i
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  • ...d]], this revolutionary approach has earned Lombroso the title "father" of scientific criminology. ...ver there was an individual in the world opposed to spiritism by virtue of scientific education, and I may say, by instinct, I was that person. I had made it the
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  • ...oning of psychology as a science, using the [[Scientific Method|scientific method]] of laboratory experiments to collect data, made a clear separation betwee After unsuccessfully searching for a position in England, Titchener accepted a professorship at [[Corne
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  • ...their male sex organs, Freud spent four weeks at the Austrian zoological research station in [[Trieste]], dissecting hundreds of eels without finding more th ... until the 1980s that Freud's speculations were confirmed by more modern research. Freud also wrote a book about [[aphasia]].
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