PAULSMIRT
PAULSMIRT asks:
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WHAT IS  THE LAW  FOR EMPIRICAL  EVIDENCE

In Topics: Helping my child with school work and home work, Science fair, Helping my child with science
> 60 days ago

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dees1
dees1 writes:
The law of empirical evidence, with which the scientific thought is closely related to, is only one of many ways in which we try to understand the world we live in.  At the end, just like the law of faith or other spiritual mechanisms, the law of human preference and being rational or the law of natural instincts, this law cannot explain everything in the universe to the point of rendering these other laws inappropriate or erroneous.

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