Talk:Philosophy of science

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Greetings, here is what will hopefully become an evolving collection of the answers to the questions we have in class. If done properly, they should become a valuable source of knowledge to use when studying for the exam on December 14 2006.

I think if everyone could try and make a contribution to this effort that will help ensure accuracy and fairness in our answers. I've checked with Professor Maher and he is happy for us to do this, provided we understand that he doesn't guarantee the answers are correct. (Use caution with this study aid - text in bold needs checking with the professor.)

Some concerns[edit source]

This is probably no big deal at all, but some concerns have been raised about this resource here. Please take a look at the discussion and give us a bit of feedback, if you don't mind.

It would be quite valuable to see if you can get some input from your instructor about posting this type of material (good material, by the way) on Wikiversity. Wikiversity does not support "cheating", however we do encourage collaborative learning in myriad forms.

We're new at this, and we are open to dialog from "real world" academia in defining what is and is not acceptable here at Wikiversity. Thanks in advance! CQ 00:40, 19 October 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]

See comments on the colloquium. Darvo 01:58, 29 October 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Philosophy 270: Philosophy of Science website, example of online review questions at
--JWSchmidt 15:06, 29 October 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Concerns removed! 06:47, 6 December 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Image caption[edit source]

"Christine Fleener - prominent astrologer (speciality: tea leaves)" <-- Please provide a reliable source for this statement. What is the educational value of this image? --JWSchmidt 04:10, 14 December 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]