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Mon Oct 30,2017 12:11 AM

I'm doing a presentation on the influence of context in the development of knowledge. And I SERIOUSLY am in need of an argument that states that context isn't relevant. HELP?!
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Mon Oct 30,2017 05:48 PM

Perhaps look at the way some think about science and / or maths. Adding the same two numbers together will always yield the same answer. Should scientists always reach the same conclusions (they don’t) but should they? Should this be conclusion that may sound different but are at bottom the same ? What about the outcome of some experiments?

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