Fleck (1935a)

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Fleck, Ludwik. (1935) Scientific Observation and Perception in General. In Cohen and Schnelle (Eds.) (1986), 59-78.

Title Scientific Observation and Perception in General
Resource Type collection article
Author(s) Ludwik Fleck
Year 1935
Collection Cohen and Schnelle (Eds.) (1986)
Pages 59-78

Abstract

Until quite lately the following conviction prevailed among scientists, expressed in Poincaré’s sentence: “if a research worker had infinite time at his disposal, it would suffice to tell him: Look, but look well”. Our entire knowledge would allegedly emerge out of the description of his observations of all events.

Contributors

Patrick Fraser (2.8%), Hakob Barseghyan (26.1%), Calahan Janik-Jones (71.0%)