Contexts of Science: Sciences of Science
If scientific achievements were, as Einstein and Infeld (1938) suggest, comparable to mystery stories, positivism would cherish the facts and logical positivism would cultivate the plot. Besides facts and plot however, a classic mystery also contains a motive. Why does one adhere to the scientific method to study a specific problem?
KeywordsSeventeenth Century Scientific Development Creative Scientist Protestant Ethic Eminent Scientist
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