scientific temper

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  • Info Scientific temper is a way of life - an individual and social process of thinking and acting - which uses a scientific method, which may include questioning, observing physical reality, testing, hypothesizing, analysing, and communicating (not necessarily in that order).
  • He was noted for his scientific temper and for drawing from original sources.
  • And so far as this is so, the man of scientific temper will feel that there is a question for him. Cited from Illusions, by James Sully
  • It's the very opposite to the scientific temper. Cited from Potterism, A Tragi-Farcical Tract, by Rose Macaulay
  • Darwin's initiative released the scientific temper which has been the outstanding characteristic of our own age. Cited from Modern Religious Cults and Movements, by Gaius Glenn Atkins
  • The familiar distinction between the poetic and the scientific temper is another way of stating the same difference. Cited from Critical Miscellanies, Vol. I, Essay 2: Carlyle, by John Morley
  • Had he possessed a perfectly philosophic or scientific temper he would have hesitated. Cited from Essays From 'The Guardian', Walter Pater
  • The mission of the institution has been to enhance children's creativity and to foster a scientific temper among its students.
  • Discussion, argument and analysis are vital parts of scientific temper.
  • He also indicated that the scientific temper goes beyond objectivity and fosters creativity and progress.
  • ASWI was a trade union of scientists, one of the main objectives of which was to develop scientific temper.
  • His scientific temper resulted in the establishment of a printing press, Observatory and other technical advancements.
  • "To develop scientific temper" is one of the fundamental duties of Indian citizens, according to the Constitution of India.
  • Scientific temper describes an attitude which involves the application of logic.
  • The medical school encourages its students to inculcate scientific temper by associating with several research opportunities with the departments in the hospital.
  • Moreover, since the students are involved in the use and maintenance of these technologies, they become adept in understanding them, thereby developing a scientific temper.
  • The magazine carries articles on atheism, humanism, spirit of inquiry, scientific temper and reform through secular social work.
  • In this it simply exhibits what we may call its scientific temper, its tendency to keep close to the facts of life, to give the right interpretation to nature and to human nature. Cited from The Church and Modern Life, by Washington Gladden
  • Faizan is passionate about interacting with students and youths to nurture scientific temper among them.
  • PMB has participated in many debates related to science and superstitions and criticised the deplorable lack of scientific temper in society.
  • Almost all the progress in the world from the earliest times is attributable to science and the scientific temper; almost all the major ills are attributable to religion. Cited from The Practice and Theory of Bolshevism, by Bertrand Russell
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