How Science Progresses

Progress in science is won by the application of an informed imagination to a problem of genuine consequence; not by the habitual application of some formulaic mode of inquiry to a set of quasi-problems chosen chiefly because of their compatibility with the adopted method.

Daniel N. Robinson, »Paradigms and ‹the Myth of Framework’«, Theory & Psychology 10, No. 1 (2000): 41.

Författare: Stefan Björk

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