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  1. Science. Art. Policy. Wherein Truth?Dr Ron Ben-DavidChairpersonEssential Services Commission (Vic)

  2. Science. Art. Policy. Wherein Truth?Dr Ron Ben-DavidChairpersonEssential Services Commission (Vic)

  3. empiricism / observation / evidence / experience • experiment / methodology/ measurement • causal relations / causality • interpretation / inference • induction / inductivereasoning

  4. analysis / testability • systematic / repeatable / reliable / regularity / verifiable / consistent • discipline[d] • validation / confidence / accurate / acceptability • explanative / predictive

  5. neutral / critical / objective • value free/ free of: prejudice / presupposition / preconception • logic[-al] / rational[-ity] / reason[-able/-ed]

  6. usefulness • understanding • meaning

  7. usefulness • understanding • meaning • TRUTH

  8. Science. Art. Policy. Wherein Truth?Dr Ron Ben-DavidChairpersonEssential Services Commission (Vic)

  9. Science. Art. Policy. Wherein Truth?Dr Ron Ben-DavidChairpersonEssential Services Commission (Vic)

  10. Science. Art. Policy. Wherein Truth?Dr Ron Ben-DavidChairpersonEssential Services Commission (Vic)

  11. Student: You can see why people thought the sun went around the earth.

  12. Student: You can see why people thought the sun went around the earth. Wittgenstein: Really? Why?

  13. Student: You can see why people thought the sun went around the earth. Wittgenstein: Really? Why? Student: Well, it looks that way.

  14. Student: You can see why people thought the sun went around the earth. Wittgenstein: Really? Why? Student: Well, it looks that way. Wittgenstein: And how would it look if the earth went around the sun?

  15. Science. Art. Policy. Wherein Truth?Dr Ron Ben-Davidhttp://www.esc.vic.gov.au/About-Us/Chairpersons-Research-Papers