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Plan for an Institute of Experimental Method

, : Plan for an Institute of Experimental Method. Bull Inst Exptl Method 1(2): 1-13

The objectives of the plan are: To offer an educational program, graduate and undergraduate, for training of experts in exptl. methodology ; to offer courses to science and liberal arts students in the meaning, theory and application of science's methods for determining answers to questions; to act as a consultant group for research projects within and outside the university; to hold periodic conferences on special problems in the sciences in which an active cooperation of various branches of science and methodology is required; and to publish a technical journal on the theory and application of exptl. method. The program would provide a center to combine mathematical statistics with the philosophy of science and the history of science. A detailed graduate and undergraduate curriculum outline is given.


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