The Foundations of Science

The Foundations of Science

The Foundations of Science

The Foundations of Science

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The fundamental objective of this brief monograph is to outline the more apparent explicit characteristics of science. It endeavors to disclose clearly a perspective of the major or principal features of the structure of science. It does not specify the nuances or details; nor does it consider science in an evaluative way. Neither is it concerned with the applied aspects nor the social implications of science.

This presentation is intended to be sufficiently simple and brief and broad to permit the college student to obtain quickly an orientation in the essentials of science. It may be appropriate as an introductory or supplementary statement about the nature of science for use in elementary college science courses, in integrated or general education science offerings, and perhaps in classes concerned with the philosophy of science. The exposition may also be of value at more advanced levels in science areas.

While an attempt has been made to present the material in simple language, a dictionary may be advantageous to the student. Some of the more important . . .

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