Science as A Questioning ProcessBook - 1996
Science as a Questioning Process is a general, philosophy of science book aimed at a wide audience interested in science, philosophy, and social science. The book views science as a questioning process. From this novel perspective, the author then evaluates theories in terms of a trade-off between empirical questions resolved and theoretical questions left unresolved. He discusses questions of perennial intellectual and public concern about what science tells us and how reliable it is.
Publisher: Bristol, UK ; Philadelphia : Institute of Physics Pub., c1996
Characteristics: xii, 172 p. : ill., ports. ; 22 cm