The Scientific Stance: Using Evidence Based Arguments Across Fields

Hamilton Books (2017)

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Mario Bunge
McGill University
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This book demonstrates that any issue or problem can be easily and efficiently evaluated with a scientific viewpoint. The author uses a number of topical cases, from gravitational waves to mental disorders to politics, to illustrate that any subject, even politics and philosophy, can be approached in a scientific manner.
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