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hypothetico-deductive

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  • Science is about using the empirical hypothetico-deductive method to develop some "rules of thumb" in our interactions with physical reality.

    Crossroads

  • Until recently, economics was generally understood to be a nonexperimental science with a hypothetico-deductive methodology.

    Entropy

  • Besides, against the background of Popper's “method of conjectures and refutations” and other versions of the hypothetico-deductive method, it is stasis, the long-term periods of stability, that most need explaining (Nickles 2003b).

    Scientific Revolutions

  • It presupposes the comprehensive generality of the hypothetico-deductive model of confirmation theory.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • So while the predictions of any model developed via the hypothetico-deductive model must survive the test of observations, observations in Locke's scientia are wholly unnecessary.

    Locke's Philosophy of Science

  • It presupposes the comprehensive generality of the hypothetico-deductive model of confirmation theory.

    Neo-positivist philosophy of social science

  • Consequently it is necessary to formulate a formal logic of confirmation the task that Carl Hempel picked up with his hypothetico-deductive model of confirmation.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • As far as I know, the only self-described "scientists" who think science is based on induction rather than the "method of hypothesis" (or the "hypothetico-deductive method" as it is also known) are psychologists and climate change "scientists".

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Consequently it is necessary to formulate a formal logic of confirmation the task that Carl Hempel picked up with his hypothetico-deductive model of confirmation.

    The Vienna Circle on interdisciplinary science

  • Chemistry and physics -- especially the classical versions of these sciences -- have a unified hypothetico-deductive structure; they discover laws of nature; and they derive the observable features of the domains of phenomena they encompass.

    Components of positivism

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