"Scientific Thinking is admirably clear and linear. It takes the student from the elementary position of undirected observation through problems in sampling to issues in explanation, causation and classification. The book's informal language helps to make it easy to understand such things as the need for and practical difficulties involved with random sampling.... Scientific and historical examples are presented in an especially illuminating way."--Carl MathesonÜber den Autor:
Robert M. Martin is a professor in the Philosophy Department at Dalhousie University; his other books include The Meaning of Language (MIT Press), The Philosopher's Dictionary 3/e (Broadview, 2002) and There Are Two Errors in the the Title of This Book (updated and revised edition) (Broadview, 2002).
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