Academic Year 2007-2008

Event Title

Fuzzy Truth: What We Learn from Observing the World

Disciplines

Philosophy of Science

Description

Haskell discussed why scientists cannot know truth through the scientific method, a statistical process in which seeing is believing. This lecture also discussed the limitations of the scientific method and empirical means to uncover truths about the world.

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Fuzzy Truth: What We Learn from Observing the World

Haskell discussed why scientists cannot know truth through the scientific method, a statistical process in which seeing is believing. This lecture also discussed the limitations of the scientific method and empirical means to uncover truths about the world.