Nswer following questions in Section I, II, III, and IV. Each answer should be about 2.5 pages.

Answer following questions in Section I, II, III, and IV. Each answer should be about 2.5 pages. To answer these questions it will be essential to consult the article, do not use class notes as the main source as these will result in partial answers at best. Given the page limits it will also be important to be as specific as possible. In particular avoid long quotes or paraphrases. There are two additional requirements that are important:
1. Please answer all four questions is the same document file ( do not send each answer as a separate file).
2. Please use this shcema to name the file: (Last Name-POS final).

Section 1: What is science?
What is the demarcation problem? Is it possible to formulate a criterion that is unproblematic, i.e., that will allow unambiguous demarcation in all cases? Is the problemi??s importance a mere philosophical concern, or it is also important to science and the scientific process? Illustrate with reference to the criteria that appear in the articles in Klemke.

Section II: Science, the scientific method and scientific theories
Describe and analyze either one realist position or one anti-realist position. What is the basic argument that underlies the position? What are the philosophical and empirical problems that position face? Are the problems insurmountable? In the end which is more rational, realism or anti-realism. Explain.

Section III: The scientific process
What is a scientific revolution? What role do these have in Kuhni??s analysis in The Structure of Scientific Revolution? Kuhn argues that revolutions in science are, and must be, invisible. What does this mean? Given that revolutions are invisible what evidence is there that revolutions exist at all?

Section IV: Science and value
The historical position has been that values have no role in science i?? science is value free. Is this position still plausible? What roles can values be said to have in science? Explain and where possible given illustrations.

Nswer following questions in Section I, II, III, and IV. Each answer should be about 2.5 pages.

Answer section IV at first, and then answer I, II, III.
Answer following questions in Section I, II, III, and IV. Each answer should be about 2.5 pages. To answer these questions it will be essential to consult the article, do not use class notes as the main source as these will result in partial answers at best. Given the page limits it will also be important to be as specific as possible. In particular avoid long quotes or paraphrases. There are two additional requirements that are important:
1. Please answer all four questions is the same document file ( do not send each answer as a separate file).
2. Please use this shcema to name the file: (Last Name-POS final).

Section 1: What is science?
What is the demarcation problem? Is it possible to formulate a criterion that is unproblematic, i.e., that will allow unambiguous demarcation in all cases? Is the problemi??s importance a mere philosophical concern, or it is also important to science and the scientific process? Illustrate with reference to the criteria that appear in the articles in Klemke.

Section II: Science, the scientific method and scientific theories
What is the observational-theoretical distinction? What is the distinctions role in science? What problems are there with this distinction? Are these problems resolvable? Explain.

Section III: The scientific process
What is a scientific revolution? What role do these have in Kuhni??s analysis in The Structure of Scientific Revolution? Kuhn argues that revolutions in science are, and must be, invisible. What does this mean? Given that revolutions are invisible what evidence is there that revolutions exist at all?

Section IV: Science and value
The historical position has been that values have no role in science i?? science is value free. Is this position still plausible? What roles can values be said to have in science? Explain and where possible given illustrations.