Science - It Is About The Journey, On the Way to the Questions Answer

Author : Kemble
Publish Date : 2021-02-26 12:00:38
Science - It Is About The Journey, On the Way to the Questions Answer

We are all taught in school to respect science and trust scientists and their research, theories, and concepts, and yet, we later learn that human science is not perfect, not yet, actually not ever because it is always work in progress. The more we do find to be fact, the more questions we have, and thus the journey continues. Each new fact proven through the scientific method provides only a mile-marker along that journey, indeed it is only a plateau along the way, with many more mountains, peaks, and valleys ahead. Is there ever any end to it all?

Well, that's the point, we don't know that either, but we want too, so we press on, we continue, and we persevere. We must not stop or lose faith, nor should we give all of our faith to individual theories as absolute in all circumstances lest we cloud our minds and box them into a one-way thinking process, which will come back to bite us in the rear end.

The unknown lures us to the next discovery and those new questions to the next again, can we ever stop, should we, and if so, we are still victims of our own curiosity. If we did know all the answers and were free from scientific want and desire to know, would we really be satisfied, somehow I think not because the journey is the part of the passion to know which refuels our intellectual souls.

Not long ago I was reading an interesting book and manuscript online titled; "Principles of Gestalt Psychology" by Kurt Koffka written in 1935. Somewhere in the very first chapter the author noted on the topic of Science and Sciences that; "Of course science never succeeds in reaching its goal. At any one moment in its history there is a wide gap between its ideal and its accomplishment. The system is never complete, there are always facts, old and newly discovered, which defy the unity of the system."

Interestingly enough, I am hardly the only one to ponder these thoughts, and yet, I find so few able to come to this place to understand this on a philosophical level, worse we often do not make a strong note of it when we are teaching the next generation as to what science actually is, thus, they come to trust theories too much, stop asking questions, and we are less the better for it, as these young minds will grow, nurture, and some will become scientists too.

Shouldn't they understand it is a journey, and each new discovery is only the beginning of the next step along it? Please consider all this on a philosophical level.

 

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Not long ago I was reading an interesting book and manuscript online titled; "Principles of Gestalt Psychology" by Kurt Koffka written in 1935. Somewhere in the very first chapter the author noted on the topic of Science and Sciences that; "Of course science never succeeds in reaching its goal. At any one moment in its history there is a wide gap between its ideal and its accomplishment. The system is never complete, there are always facts, old and newly discovered, which defy the unity of the system."

Interestingly enough, I am hardly the only one to ponder these thoughts, and yet, I find so few able to come to this place to understand this on a philosophical level, worse we often do not make a strong note of it when we are teaching the next generation as to what science actually is, thus, they come to trust theories too much, stop asking questions, and we are less the better for it, as these young minds will grow, nurture, and some will become scientists too.

Shouldn't they understand it is a journey, and each new discovery is only the beginning of the next step along it? Please consider all this on a philosophical level.



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