Scientific Philosophy and Principles in Medicine

Thought Principles and Science “It is not Possible to have Active Mind without Thought or Thought without Mind”

Author(s): Zekâi Şen

Pp: 22-67 (46)

DOI: 10.2174/9789815050806122010004

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Thoughts are the triggering arrogance of rational thinking to explore possible relationships among different procedures that lead to reasonably acceptable results. To this end, in this chapter, different thinking procedures are clearly explained based on the principles of proportional inference and interpretation that lead to acceptable and ultimately useful generations of knowledge, even though they may contain an element of uncertainty at the current level of scientific knowledge. The basic questions that are valid today and will be valid in the future throughout the history of science are “How?” and “Why?” A series of suggestions are given to find answers to these questions. Especially in medical sciences, the principles of mind (brain)-heart communication are explained for the production of linguistically comfortable and acceptable information. A series of suggestions are made about ways to find answers to these questions from thinkers in different cultural civilizations, which are the basic elements of the history of science. Finally, examples from the history of science are given in detail for the development of verbal knowledge developments.

Keywords: Analogy, Deduction, Induction, Positivism, Rationality, Reasoning, Thinking elements.

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