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An Analysis of the Philosophy of ScienceIn my analysis of the philosophy of science I will attempt to give an analysis of Aristotles demonstration and scientific knowledge starting points and how they apply to his theory his definition in sciences and scientific enquires of the various questions posted as well as his ideals of explanation which gives clear ideal of his theory points in his premisesAristotle starting points of sciences are definitions existence proposition and general logical truth which can only be grasped and not demonstrated They are not verbal but give inner or essential nature of natural kinds pertaining to the science From these stating points one may deduce valid syllogisms with further characteristics that necessarily have virtue of essential value in comparation to Euclids geometry whos starting points are definitions postulates and common principles Aristotle starting points which is the axioms- the demonstrated truths are its propositions that have been proven In order to acquire such a scientific knowledge of theorems demonstration must infers its validility from premises which are true necessary and unspurious We think we possess we scientific knowledge when we assume knowledge of the causes This is not possible because having scientific knowledge is being in this condition and those who think they have this knowledge are not but those who do really are Which follows that anything of scientific knowledge cannot be otherwise Nous starting -points which are themselves knowable grasps indemontratible starting points Therefore if scientific knowledge is what we say it is then demonstrative knowledge depends on premises of truth which are primitive and immediate The conclusion must give the true reasons of facts mentioned Aristotle example of this is the nearness of the planets and why they do not twinkle He argues that the starting points of demonstration are necessary because they are truth and demonstration knowledge comes from necessary starting pointsDeductive starting points cannot be proven and do not have to be grasped these
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