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‘Methodolatry’, RCTs, and the Limits of Reductionism: Part 2

Insofar as scientific proof does not exist, what is meant by the term ‘proof’ is in fact a sufficiency of…

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‘Methodolatry’, RCTs, and the Limits of Reductionism: Part 1

“Methodolatry”: the veneration of the RCT as the only valid method of investigation, dismissing or discounting valuable input from other…

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The Evidential Problem of Food

In the context of nutrition, the applicability of the precautionary principle – if in doubt, do nothing – can only…

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Science is Transparent

A fundamental principle of the scientific method is that science is transparent. This transparency underpins the integrity of the scientific…

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