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accepted What is the origin of the name “grammar nazi”?
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asked What is the origin of the name “grammar nazi”?
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accepted An adjective for “able to see the big picture”
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awarded  Popular Question
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accepted Difference between “field of inquiry” and “field of endeavor”
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comment Difference between “field of inquiry” and “field of endeavor”
I was asking whether field of endeavor includes scientific research. It sounds to me that field of inquiry is mainly scientific research.
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revised Difference between “field of inquiry” and “field of endeavor”
clarification
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asked Difference between “field of inquiry” and “field of endeavor”
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comment Difference between “theorem” and “theory”
Your quote is quite right, but the examples are not. Pythagorean theorem is a theorem because it can be deductively proven from the axioms of Euclidean geometry. Testing on real triangles is empirical and inductive on the contrary.
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comment An adjective for “able to see the big picture”
Visionary means having foresight, not seeing the whole.
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asked An adjective for “able to see the big picture”
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accepted What is the past counterpart for “scenario”
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revised What is the past counterpart for “scenario”
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