What is Science? by P-RowmanAndLittlef

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In What is Science?, Jaffe seeks to define science conceptually. Understanding our environment and ourselves is and has been the most important intellectual activity of mankind. It was only after the emergence of the empirical science (i.e. experiment philosophy) that humanity achieved accelerated social, economic, and technological progress. The emergence of science made possible the industrial revolution and the development of a multitude of scientific disciplines, all very successful in advancingour understanding of the world and of ourselves. What is the key that makes science more efficient in advancing our knowledge than any other heuristics?

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									What is Science?
Author: Klaus Jaffe
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In What is Science?, Jaffe seeks to define science conceptually. Understanding our environment and
ourselves is and has been the most important intellectual activity of mankind. It was only after the
emergence of the empirical science (i.e. experiment philosophy) that humanity achieved accelerated
social, economic, and technological progress. The emergence of science made possible the industrial
revolution and the development of a multitude of scientific disciplines, all very successful in advancingour
understanding of the world and of ourselves. What is the key that makes science more efficient in
advancing our knowledge than any other heuristics?

								
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