Psychology and the Scientific Fallacy

@article{King1946PsychologyAT,
  title={Psychology and the Scientific Fallacy},
  author={Clyde D. King},
  journal={The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine},
  year={1946},
  volume={18},
  pages={541 - 550}
}
  • Clyde D. King
  • Published in The Yale journal of biology and medicine 1946
Far more general than upon most subjects has been the agreement reached by competent thinkers that Science is essentially a method of investigation. Of course there have been, and there are today, a number of alternative investigatory methods olther than that of Science, just as there are entirely legitimate logics other than that of the syllogism. But Science today is by far the most publicized method in our world, and one concerning which not alone the unin-formed man in the street. but a… CONTINUE READING

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