2 edition of simplicity of science. found in the catalog.
simplicity of science.
Stanley Dwight Beck
First published in theU.S.A. 1959. First published in Great Britain by Lutterworth Press, 1960.
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Palmer. The book is a pleasant journey into the history of science, the author, Ian Glynn, a Cambridge academic, delighting us with instances of what he perceives to be scientific elegance. The book starts with defining ‘elegance’.Cited by: Nancy Braithwaite: Simplicity Hardcover – Octo by Nancy Braithwaite (Author), Dara Caponigro (Foreword) out of 5 stars 67 ratings.
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Follow us on Facebook for updates; SRI publications are available from the SRI Store, Amazon. The book attempts to develop an account of simplicity in terms of testability, and to use this account to provide an adequate characterization of induction, one immune to the class of problems suggested by Nelson Goodman.
It is then shown that the past success of induction, thus characterized, constitutes evidence for its future success. Derkse () is a book-length development of this idea, and echoes can be found in Quine's remarks—in connection with his defense of Occam's Razor—concerning his taste for “clear skies” and “desert landscapes.” In general, forging a connection between aesthetic virtue and simplicity principles seems better suited to defending.
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The science of science- in a superficial way; how hypotheses are made; experiments conducted; new facts of nature demonstrated; chance and probability; the scientist's objectivity; the mind of the scientist; whether religion and the ""spirit"" need be denied or eschewed by the scientist (Never.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Beck, Stanley D. Simplicity of science. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, (OCoLC) Document Type. The book covers the nervous system including the brain.
Finally, it looks at genetics. In an epilogue the The book starts off with a discussion of elegance in science, and how it is different from the usual definitions given for elegance in general/5(4).
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