Scientific discovery considered broadly as the way new scientific knowledge is generated, or still more broadly as scientific innovation (whether or not a question of true knowledge) has been conceptualized basically in two fashions. The first one, which we label the non-inferential, goes back at least to the notion of Ancient Greek Muses. The second approach, which we label inferential, goes back at least to Plato and Aristotle.

Scientific discovery and Inference

emiliano ippoliti
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2020

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Scientific discovery considered broadly as the way new scientific knowledge is generated, or still more broadly as scientific innovation (whether or not a question of true knowledge) has been conceptualized basically in two fashions. The first one, which we label the non-inferential, goes back at least to the notion of Ancient Greek Muses. The second approach, which we label inferential, goes back at least to Plato and Aristotle.
Ippoliti, Emiliano; Nickles, Tom
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