A Beginner's Guide to Scientific Method

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Wadsworth Publishing Company, 1994 - Research - 124 pages
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Contents

Science
1
Testing Explanations
8
Establishing Causal Links
35
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Stephen Carey received his Ph.D. in logical theory and the history of logic from the University of Oregon. In addition to A BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO SCIENTIFIC METHOD, he has also written THE USES AND ABUSES OF ARGUMENT. He currently teaches logic, philosophy of science, and philosophy of religion at Portland Community College in Portland, Oregon. He is an avid tennis and pickleball player, and runs a marathon every year.

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