Re: Culture of Science?

Len Piotrowski (
Fri, 16 Aug 1996 21:19:06 GMT

In article <> Joel and Lynn Gazis-Sax <> writes:


>Chaos theory, for example, was the product of the scientific
>method -- simply taking the time to /look/ at something which hadn't been
>described and trying to make a /model/ of it. Scientific method gave us a better
>/model/ for dealing with all kinds of statistical problems. In anthropology,
>it helps us to remember that regardless of what we describe a group's culture
>as, there will be as many variations of that culture within the group as their
>are individuals.

Culture can't be simply reduced to the statistical just by asserting this



"If you can't remember what mnemonic means, you've got a problem."
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