Popper Attacks The Idea That What Distinguishes Science From Non Science Is The

Popper attacks the idea that what distinguishes science from non-science is the use of formal methods of observation. Why, in Popper’s opinion, is this criterion of demarcation unsatisfactory? How does the principle falsification provide, for Popper, a solution to the problem of distinguishing between scientific and non-scientific theories? 

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