Philosophers and scientists often try to what science and scientific methods to provide an adequate definition of essentialism but not very successful.Nietzsche It is easy to forget that science is in fact a social, historical, and cultural human activities, it is the same in the invention rather than the discovery of the laws of nature. Some post-modern philosophers like Feyerabend (Feyerabend) and Rorty might agree with this view. He also believes that fall into the stereotype of scientism is stupid --- scientism believe that science will eventually solve all human problems or find that hidden in our sensory experience to the everyday world behind the hidden truth of some of the real world. However, he fully supports the science as a phenomenological and practical --- therefore less ambitious --- activities point of view. Of course, postmodernism, the definition of science there are still considerable controversy, casual references to be wrong.
In 1888, Darwin gave science under a definition: "Science is to organize the facts, discover laws, to conclude. Darwin's definition points out the scientific connotation, that is, the facts and law. Science to discover unknown facts, and as a basis, seek truth from facts, rather than out of pure thought of the reality of fantasy. As for law, it is inevitable link between the objective things, the inherent nature of Therefore, science is based on practice, proven and rigorous logical argument, the essence of the objective world of things and knowledge of the law of motion system.
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