On the Structure of Scientific Theories
Scientific method is one of many possible approaches to understanding the world. Science does not deal with every aspect of reality but only with a carefully selected part of reality. Science does not provide any premises for aesthetical, moral or political conclusions. There are complementary approaches such as the fine arts, poetry or religious experiences which are no less important than science.
KeywordsEntropy Helium Assimilation Logical Positivism Sine
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