Scientific Coherence and the Fusion of Experimental Results

@inproceedings{Danks2004ScientificCA,
  title={Scientific Coherence and the Fusion of Experimental Results},
  author={David Danks},
  year={2004}
}
A pervasive feature of the sciences, particularly the applied sciences, is an experimental focus on a few (often only one) possible causal connections. At the same time, scientists often advance and apply relatively broad models that incorporate many different causal mechanisms. We are naturally led to ask whether there are normative rules for integrating… CONTINUE READING