Wednesday, May 8, 2013

[PHI 3800] Don't tell me what I should do!

According to the theoretical physicist, Michael Krämer, physicists should listen to philosophers only if philosophers can tell physicists how they can improve what they already do, not what they should do. As Krämer puts it:

Is Krämer right in limiting philosophy's normative role? That is, do you agree with Krämer that philosophers of science have no business telling scientists "how science should be done"?

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