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Old 09-09-2010, 05:51 AM
Barbaradavid Barbaradavid is offline
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Default Methodological naturalism


'Methodological naturalism' can mean, the view that science should be conducted under the pragmatic assumption that there are no supernatural entities/phenomena.

What I am wondering is whether or not contemporary philosophers of science find use for Methodological naturalism in the context of the demarcation problem, What are typical opinions about it. Is Methodological naturalism actually taught as a demarcation line between science and non-science in respected university courses on philosophy of science?.can anyone reply me?

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