The Nature of Scientific Problems and their Roots in Metaphysics
According to Popper’s philosophy the perfect division of labor in research would soon stop scientific progress. His view explains why in the history of science many investigators have concentrated on a handful of problems. The problem arises: How did investigators coordinate their choice of scientific problems? By what criteria did the bulk of investigators of a given period decide which problem was fundamental or important?
KeywordsScientific Theory Scientific Problem Universal Statement High Explanatory Power Empirical Character
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