Science embodies the epitome of man's intellectual development. —C.S. Peirce
To say that man is made up of strength and weakness, of insight and blindness, of pettiness and grandeur, is not to draw up an indictment against him: it is to define him. —Diderot
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She wishes to thank Paul R. Gross and Mark Migotti for helpful comments on a draft.
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Haack, S. Puzzling out science. Academic Questions 8, 20–31 (1995). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02683186
- Perceptual Experience
- Epistemic Standard
- Background Belief
- Scientific Claim