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A Very Short Introduction to The Modern Scientific Method and The Nature of Modern Science by Raji Al Munir

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What is The Modern Scientific Method? What is science? What is pseudoscience? Read this short e-book and you will have the answers.

The basic concepts of modern science are summarized in simple to understand terms. The steps of the modern scientific method and codes of conduct for scientific research are listed. The difference between science and pseudoscience is described.


CONTENTS:

Chapter 1: The Modern Scientific Method

Chapter 2: The Nature of Modern Science

Chapter 3: Modern Science vs. Science of the Past

Chapter 4: Modern Science vs. Pseudoscience

Chapter 5: The Nature of Modern Scientific Knowledge

Chapter 6: “Scientific Method” vs. “Modern Scientific Method”
and “Science” vs. “Modern Science”

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

The author holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in chemistry. He has worked in several research projects on polymer chemistry, organic chemistry, environmental chemistry and pharmaceutical technology. He has firsthand knowledge of the principles and practices of The Modern Scientific Method. The author has had an interest in the issues discussed in this book since childhood. He has studied the subject matter extensively, both in formal educational settings, and outside of standard academic training.


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