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comment Will scientific knowledge always have an application within or outside the realm of itself?
Is there something fundamentally flawed in my argument? Some assumption that I making perhaps...
Feb
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comment Will scientific knowledge always have an application within or outside the realm of itself?
Thank you for your reply. I recall having done a proof which uses Conservation of Energy to explain why velocity is independent of masses and therefore, wrote that. Besides this, isn't explanation of phenomena, an application of scientific theory?
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asked Will scientific knowledge always have an application within or outside the realm of itself?
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asked Is it appropriate to say that mathematical knowledge has intrinsic value for mathematicians?
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comment How to distinguish between value and utility?
Honestly, that is an enlightening answer. Thank You!
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accepted How to distinguish between value and utility?
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asked How to distinguish between value and utility?