The Logic of Scientific Discovery Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

What is Popper's goal in researching a theory? (from Part II: Chapter 10, Corroboration, or How a Theory Stands up to Tests)

2.

Also referred to as singular statements, what are subsets of events? (from Part II: Chapter 4, Falsifiability)

3.

When comparing empirical content, what two factors must the relationship points fall between? (from Part II: Chapter 6, Degrees of Testability)

4.

What occurs with non-numerical probability statements when converted into numerical problems? (from Part II: Chapter 8, Probability)

5.

What allows for considerations of whether a theory is falsifiable? (from Part II: Chapter 5, The Problem of Empirical Basis)

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