TRUTHS THAT SCIENCE CANNOT TOUCH

in Philosophia Reformata
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In this article I argue (i) that truth is the goal of science, (ii) that there is no clear demarcation between science and non-science (the demarcation is not to be found in method, nor in certain assumptions being made, nor in the nature of the results of scientific inquiry, nor in a supposed disinterestedness on the part of scientists), and (iii) that notwithstanding the absence of a clear demarcation, there are truths, that science obviously can touch, but also truths, even truths that we can know, that science obviously cannot touch.

TRUTHS THAT SCIENCE CANNOT TOUCH

in Philosophia Reformata

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