Paradoxes and Principles

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    A SCIENTIFIC “principle” is a proposition assumed to be true universally, which is made the basis of deductions. I said that Dr. Hampson “eschewed general principles” in the sense that he does not expound these propositions or make them the basis of his “explanations.”

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