“Nissuna umana investigazione si può dimandare vera scienza, s’essa non passa per le matematiche dimostrazioni.”
“No human investigation can be called real science if it cannot be demonstrated mathematically.” … 202 more words
How do you define the following: philosophy, science and pseudoscience?
I try not to. Philosophy, science and pseudoscience are what Wittgenstein called family resemblance concepts. They are not identified by sharp boundaries, they grade into each other, and there is no small set of necessary and jointly sufficient conditions that one could use to arrive at a clearcut definition. 1,571 more words
C. S. Lewis, professor of Oxford and later Cambridge, has written over thirty books and selling over 200 million. I found a series of short documentaries on Lewis dealing with science. 182 more words
Green, Bill, and Alison Lee. “Writing Geography: Literacy, Identity, and Schooling.” Learning and Teaching Genre. Ed. Aviva Freedman and Peter Medway. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 1994. 540 more words