Portal:Philosophy of science/Did you know
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- ...that a thought experiment uses a hypothetical scenario to help us understand things through a priori, rather than empirical methodology?
- ...that Paul Feyerabend's theory of epistemological anarchism in the philosophy of science led him to be labeled the "worst enemy of science" by his detractors?
- ...that the philosophy of biology has grown with the rise of Neodarwinism, the discovery of the structure of Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), and more recent advances in genetic engineering?
- ...that Occam's razor argues the explanation of any phenomenon should make as few assumptions as possible?
- ...that Scientism is an ideology which holds that science has primacy over other interpretations of life?
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