Growth of Scientific Method and Natural Observation


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Growth of Scientific Method and Natural Observation
A Classical Philosophical Analysis of the Growth of Scientific Method and Natural Observation from the Pre-Socratics to Albert Einstein in the Modern Era
This philosophical study will analyze the natural observation idiom of materialism and immaterialism in the classical Greek philosophies that have so influenced modern scientific thought. By analyzing pre-Socratic materialists like Anaximander, the historical evolution away from materialism in the hylomorphism of Aristotle define a greater sense of naturalistic observation that theorizes the existence of matter at the metaphysical levels. This historical trend then led to latter philosophers and scientists, such Kant and Descartes to...
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