The Basic Structure of Science


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The Basic Structure of Science
1011302The Basic Structure of Science
The Methods of Science Science is an organized system for the systematic study of particular aspects of the natural world. The scope of science is limited to those things that can be apprehended by the senses (sight, touch, hearing, etc.). Generally, science stresses an objective approach to the phenomena that are studied. Questions about nature addressed by scientists tend to emphasize how things occur rather than why they occur. It involves the application of the sci…
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George H. Fried; George J. Hademenos: Schaum's Outline of Biology, Fourth Edition. The Basic Structure of Science, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2013), AccessEngineering Export