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for applied philosophical questions about the study of science, the pursuit of scientific knowledge, and the scientific method

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I'm compiling a list of ideas and recommendations on how to read math and physics books with the aim of taking apart the presented content, classifying the provided information and, to some extent, fo …
asked Apr 7 '15 by Nikolaj-K
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"Famously, one of the objections against Newton's theory of Gravity was that it instantaneously acted at a distance." Firstly, historically, I'd say it's not necessarily an objection against Newt …
answered Jun 21 '13 by Nikolaj-K
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What is the post-structuralist approach to natural sciences, especially physics? Maybe post stucturalism is a bit too scattered to ask for a specific clear position, but what are the common ideas of …
asked May 10 '12 by Nikolaj-K
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I feel it's pretty obvious that doing math gives you experience with deduction systems. The question as posted could be translated into "has need to do more practical work an influence on doing philos …
answered Jul 30 '12 by Nikolaj-K
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I like your introductory paragraph. You should expand on that elaboration, maybe in simpler terms. Beware that I'm from a scientific background. Now your two questions. If one neither affirms nor …
answered Jul 23 '13 by Nikolaj-K