This theorist is a highly influential twentieth-century philosopher whose views on how scientific knowledge is discovered have remained important concepts in the development and evolution of scientific thought.
This theorist is a philosopher who puts forth the idea that science must be justifiable.
This theorist is an epistemologist who questioned the logical justification of universal statements about reality.
This theorist promoted the value of both inductive and deductive logic in science.
This theorist is the developer of a theorem for the first "law of great numbers."
This theorist is a proponent of probability theory based on the logical proximity of events. He defined probability as "the degree of rational belief."
This theorist is a positivist philosopher who advocated for the definitive and unassailable tenets of science.
This theorist is one of the major proponents of conventionalism.
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