The Logic of Scientific Discovery.

@article{Popper1977TheLO,
  title={The Logic of Scientific Discovery.},
  author={K. Popper},
  journal={Systematic Biology},
  year={1977},
  volume={26},
  pages={361}
}
  • K. Popper
  • Published 1977
  • Biology, Engineering
  • Systematic Biology
  • The widespread view of science as consisting of experiments that test hypotheses obscures what is in reality a multi-stage logical process. Erroneous or vague resolution of issues at any stage can lead to inconclusive or contradictory results. Deriving a prediction from a theory or understanding a datum or experiment in relation to a theory is fraught with difficulties. Thus posing a well-formed scientific question and designing a proper study in relation to this question is difficult in all… CONTINUE READING
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