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Week 13 SCIF Test Study Notes

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This is a summary of the content to be assessed in the week 13 test. This includes both the online tutorials and the lectures. Only the key information that you need to know to ensure that the important things that you will be tested on are remembered.

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Fellows of the Royal Society Medicine Syphilis Surgery Infection Smallpox Joseph Lister, 1st Baron Lister Edward Jenner Vaccine
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Fellows of the Royal Society Medicine Syphilis Surgery Infection Smallpox Joseph Lister, 1st Baron Lister Edward Jenner Vaccine
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"facts" are observations by the senses o Limitations of measurement • Positivism o Positivists say statements are meaningful if they are derived from empirical observations or logically from axioms within a framework • Instrumentalism o Instrumentalism does not deal with the objective reality o The Philosophy uses theories as instruments to understand the world o Concept of "black boxes" - unsure what is inside, does not deal with the question of the real universe o how well it works as an explanation o Emphasis on prediction and problem solving o Attraction...
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