Variability Properties Of The Kepler Agn Light Curves, Supersymmetric Quantum Mechanics And Topological Psychology, Holographic Wilsonian Rg And The Membrane Paradigm, Entanglement And Quantum Computation, Topology, Entropy, And Witten Index Of Dilaton...

K.N.P. Kumar


In the view of many social scientists, the more probable a theory is, the better it is, and if we have to choose between (e&eb) two theories which are equally strong in terms of (e&eb) their explanatory power, and differ only in that one is (=) probable and the other is improbable, then we should choose (e&eb) the former. Popper rejects (e) this. Science, or to be precise, the working scientist, is interested, in Popper's view, in theories with (e&eb) a high informative content, because such theories possess (e) a high predictive power and are (=) consequently highly testable. But if this is true, Popper argues, then, paradoxical as it may sound, the more improbable a theory is (eb) the better it is scientifically, because (e) the probability and informative content of (e) a theory vary inversely—the higher the informative content of a theory (eb) the lower will be its probability....

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