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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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Can there be a priori truths for science, even if science is heavily based on the scientific method with empirical evidence? What if we're using examples like theoretical physics? Please explain.
asked Dec 30 '15 by CCC