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A strongly supported claim in science should be regarded as (Points : 1) correct, but something that can always be revised. necessarily true. meaningless but fun. correct, and never needing re
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To support a scientific hypothesis, one might (Points : 1) gather data that confirms the hypothesis. look for ways of refuting the hypothesis. Both A and B None of the above
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French philosopher René Descartes tried to show that (Points : 1) Gruyere made the best cheese sandwiches. all philosophical arguments were inductive arguments. radical skepticism was the best approach to philosophy. at least one thing could be shown to be absolutely true.
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French philosopher Rene Descartes tried to show that there might not be an all-loving God orchestrating things from a celestial perch. Perhaps there was an Evil Demon who had brainwashed us into believing that all we see and sense is reality, but is really an illusion devised by this diabolical entity. This is called the Demon Hypothesis.
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Provide a scientific hypothesis and explain how one might go about testing it, either by confirming the hypothesis or using Karl Popper's strategy of disconfirmation. Discuss which of these two strategies is better and why.
Weegy: You could just replicate Galileo Galilei in order to check the hypothesis that the weight of the object doesn't affect fall time. [ It shouldn't be much difference between the two strategies, [ but you might use Popper's modus tollens as the other would just be accruing empirical evidence that you're right - you can never prove anything empirically, but you can disprove something empirically. ] ] (More)
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