Under-Appreciated Gems of Scientific Epistemology

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Wed Jul 21 16:52:43 EST 2004

jlanfield2003 at yahoo.com (Jeff Lanfield) wrote in message news:<235c483f.0407201549.681ffa4 at posting.google.com>...
> I am writing a paper on how new ideas gain acceptance in science. I
> would like to get opinions on what were the most profound books and
> thinkers on scientific epistemology you have encountered. 

Well, it's probably not the direction you are intending, but
a truly foundational work is:

_Green Eggs and Ham_ By Dr. Seuss, ISBN: 0394800168.

The fundamental message of this book is the first
introduction of many people to the empirical method.
The hero didn't like green eggs and ham until he
actually *tried* them. Then he liked them.

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