The Logic of Scientific Discovery Essay Topics & Writing Assignments

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Essay Topic 1

What three steps must be taken for a statement to be logically examined? Discuss each step and identify its place in this process as well as its role.

Essay Topic 2

Explain the problem of demarcation according to Popper. How does Popper feel about demarcation? How does this issue relate to empirical science? Explain your answer.

Essay Topic 3

Popper feels no conclusive disproof of a theory can be obtained. Do you agree? Explain your answer based on the readings.

Essay Topic 4

Discuss what would be considered a good reason for a hypothesis to "drop out", as Popper puts it. Provide a situation or example of this situation.

Essay Topic 5

In an essay, discuss why theories that suggest causality can only be deductive. Provide reasoning and examples for your answer.

Essay Topic 6

Compare and contrast strict and numerical universality. What place does each have in research? Is one...

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