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Thank you for another interesting post, with which I have no argument! However, my main OP point remains: there is ony one of those subjects which has an objective, independent method, a step-by-step process to follow in order to reacha proof ( i.e. the 99.99% type of proof) and that is Science. For whatever one studies in Philosophy, Art or Religion, there is not a similarly objective, step-by-step set of rules to follow. If aScience hypothesis includes aspects which cannot be directly and independently observed, then it cannot comply with the scientificmethod.

Susan



drrayeye Wrote:
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> Susan, mastery of a field of knowledge is
> philosophy--that includes physics, chemistry,
> biology, and other areas of science--but it
> doesn't have to be science. Those who master a
> field of knowledge possess the Ph. D: doctor of
> philosophy.
>
> Practitioners within a field are considered to be
> tradesmen (plumbers, electricians, or computer
> programmers) or performers (speakers,
> instrumentalists, dancers, or singers).
>
> A Ph. D. in physics explores and refines knowledge
> in science. A Ph. D. in Theology explores and
> refines knowledge in Religion. A Ph. D. in
> Musicology explores and refines knowledge in
> music.
>
> In my early years, I was a practitioner in science
> and a performer of music. My scientific practice
> centered around photography through the
> microscope, which led me toward experimentation.
> My singing and instrumental performance grew into
> musical arrangement and composing. I explored
> alternative musical traditions in folk music to
> inspire my composing and arranging, I began to
> imagine an academic career as a musicologist.
>
> My thought processes in music and science were
> very similar, but I chose mastery in science.
>
> What scholarly masters do in the various fields of
> knowledge is not so different. That's why it's
> all called "philosophy."
>
> Ray

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Subject Views Written By Posted
Methods 794 Susan Doris 16-Dec-18 12:35
Re: Methods 74 Eddie Larry 16-Dec-18 15:34
Re: Methods 67 Susan Doris 16-Dec-18 16:39
Re: Methods 69 Eddie Larry 16-Dec-18 18:15
Re: Methods 65 Itatw70s 16-Dec-18 23:59
Re: Methods 62 Susan Doris 17-Dec-18 06:29
Re: Methods 62 Eddie Larry 17-Dec-18 15:31
Re: Methods 64 drrayeye 17-Dec-18 08:08
Re: Methods 65 Susan Doris 17-Dec-18 08:37
Re: Methods 69 greengirl5 17-Dec-18 09:04
Re: Methods 62 Enigcom 17-Dec-18 12:13
An example 62 drrayeye 17-Dec-18 15:55
Re: An example 60 Susan Doris 17-Dec-18 17:20
Re: An example 68 Itatw70s 17-Dec-18 17:57
Re: An example 64 Susan Doris 18-Dec-18 07:59
If we accept academic standards, 60 drrayeye 18-Dec-18 13:28
Re: If we accept academic standards, 67 Susan Doris 18-Dec-18 15:19
Re: If we accept academic standards, 58 Eddie Larry 18-Dec-18 16:31
Re: If we accept academic standards, 58 Enigcom 18-Dec-18 17:17
Re: If we accept academic standards, 55 Susan Doris 18-Dec-18 18:35
Re: If we accept academic standards, 56 Susan Doris 18-Dec-18 18:31
Re: If we accept academic standards, 57 Eddie Larry 18-Dec-18 18:59
Re: If we accept academic standards, 58 Susan Doris 18-Dec-18 19:11
Re: If we accept academic standards, 55 Eddie Larry 18-Dec-18 19:56
Re: If we accept academic standards, 58 Itatw70s 18-Dec-18 21:58
Re: If we accept academic standards, 69 Susan Doris 19-Dec-18 07:12
Bee in the bonnet 71 greengirl5 19-Dec-18 07:45
Re: Bee in the bonnet 64 Susan Doris 19-Dec-18 08:10
Re: If we accept academic standards, 60 Susan Doris 19-Dec-18 06:33
Re: If we accept academic standards, 63 Eddie Larry 19-Dec-18 22:04
Re: If we accept academic standards, 48 Susan Doris 22-Dec-18 20:25
Re: If we accept academic standards, 50 Eddie Larry 22-Dec-18 20:42
Real world example of the scientific method 70 drrayeye 18-Dec-18 19:04
Re: Real world example of the scientific method 69 Susan Doris 18-Dec-18 19:27
Statements! 58 greengirl5 19-Dec-18 07:55
Re: If we accept academic standards, 37 drrayeye 27-Dec-18 09:42
Re: If we accept academic standards, 64 Susan Doris 27-Dec-18 13:32
Re: An example 65 Itatw70s 18-Dec-18 21:38
Re: An example 57 Susan Doris 19-Dec-18 07:16
Re: An example 58 Enigcom 18-Dec-18 17:14
Re: An example 63 Susan Doris 18-Dec-18 18:42
Re: An example 61 Itatw70s 18-Dec-18 22:07
Re: An example 60 Susan Doris 19-Dec-18 07:20
So, try to prove art 61 greengirl5 19-Dec-18 08:00
Re: So, try to prove art 65 Itatw70s 19-Dec-18 12:52
Re: So, try to prove art 55 Susan Doris 22-Dec-18 20:07
Re: So, try to prove art 53 Itatw70s 23-Dec-18 00:18
Re: So, try to prove art 47 Susan Doris 23-Dec-18 06:55
Re: An example 50 Enigcom 22-Dec-18 13:00
Re: An example 55 Susan Doris 22-Dec-18 20:18
Re: An example 55 greengirl5 22-Dec-18 21:15
Re: An example 60 Itatw70s 23-Dec-18 00:32
Re: An example 50 Susan Doris 23-Dec-18 09:33
Re: An example 53 Susan Doris 23-Dec-18 07:00
Communicate.... 48 Itatw70s 23-Dec-18 21:35
Re: An example 54 Enigcom 23-Dec-18 19:24
Re: An example 50 Susan Doris 24-Dec-18 06:27
Happy Christmas everybody, from Australia. 55 greengirl5 24-Dec-18 11:43
a Method for the Holidays 50 drrayeye 24-Dec-18 19:18
Re: a Method for the Holidays 51 Susan Doris 25-Dec-18 06:38


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