Gainst Method. Is the approach to science a valid form of inquiry?

In his seminal work Against Method (1975), the philosopher Paul Feyerabend argues that there are no discernible a?rationala? methods which distinguish science from other forms of enquiry. He accordingly proposes a form of methodological anarchism as the only background against which one can understand and explain the success of science. Using one of the films in Unit I of this course as an illustrative example, provide a compelling argument for or against Feyerabendas contentions. Restrict your focus to the excerpts assigned to you (i.e., the Introduction and Chapter 1 from Against Method in the course library). Note that you must use at least two outside sources in your prA┬ęcis.