Select all that apply. N. R. Hanson's arguments for the conclusion that "observations are theory-laden" challenge
The assumption that "the world" in any way constrains what we observe.
All views that takes observation as important to scientific reasoning.
A longstanding assumption that any two observers with normal sensory organs who "observe" the same object or event, will "see" the same thing.
The view that observations are prior to and independent of accepted theories.
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I would select, ALL OF THE ABOVE . N. R. Hanson's contribution to philosophy was the development of paradigmatic views of... View the full answer
- Actually, on more careful reading, I believe the first 2 are in line with Hanson's philosophy and I would *select the last two lines*.
- May 13, 2018 at 8:27pm