Unformatted text preview: ii. It withstands all attempts to falsify it, the process of elimination. c. No theory can be proven by just an observation d. What is the purpose of research? i. Karl Popper instead that the purpose is to eliminate theories that are incorrect. e. What is falsifiable? i. A theory stated in such clear, precise terms that we can see what evidence would count against it. f. What is a bad theory, and not falsifiable? i. A theory that is vague or badly stated is not falsifiable because we cannot imagine evidence that would count against it....
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- Spring '08
- Psychology, Karl Popper, 2.1- Thinking Critically, Chapter 2-Scientific Methods