— Edmund Husserl German philosopher, known as the father of phenomenology 1859 - 1938
„A new fundamental science, pure phenomenology, has developed within philosophy: This is a science of a thoroughly new type and endless scope. It is inferior in methodological rigor to none of the modern sciences. All philosophical disciplines are rooted in pure phenomenology, through whose development, and through it alone, they obtain their proper force.“
Pure Phenomenology, 1917
„The science of religion is one science within philosophy; indeed it is the final one. In that respect it presupposes the other philosophical disciplines and is therefore a result.“
— Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel German philosopher 1770 - 1831
Lectures on Philosophy of Religion, Volume 1 (1827)
— Ronald David Laing, книга The Politics of Experience
Источник: The Politics of Experience (1967), Ch. 1 : Experience as evidence
Контексте: Social phenomenology is the science of my own and of others' experience. It is concerned with the relation between my experience of you and your experience of me. That is, with inter-experience. It is concerned with your behaviour and my behaviour as I experience it, and your and my behaviour as you experience it.
„The science of pure mathematics, in its modern developments, may claim to be the most original creation of the human spirit.“
— Alfred North Whitehead English mathematician and philosopher 1861 - 1947
1920s, Science and the Modern World (1925)
„This example illustrates the differences in the effects which may be produced by research in pure or applied science. A research on the lines of applied science would doubtless have led to improvement and development of the older methods—the research in pure science has given us an entirely new and much more powerful method. In fact, research in applied science leads to reforms, research in pure science leads to revolutions, and revolutions, whether political or industrial, are exceedingly profitable things if you are on the winning side.“
— J. J. Thomson British physicist 1856 - 1940
Cited from Lord Rayleigh, The Life of Sir J. J. Thomson (1943), p. 199.
„And this [experimental] science verifies all natural and man-made things in particular, and in their appropriate discipline, by the experimental perfection, not by arguments of the still purely speculative sciences, nor through the weak, and imperfect experiences of practical knowledge. And therefore, this is the matron of all preceding sciences, and the final end of all speculation.“
— Roger Bacon, книга Opus Tertium
Ch 13 ed. J. S. Brewer Opera quadam hactenus inedita (1859) p. 46
Opus Tertium, c. 1267
Добавить примечание: (la) Et hæc scientia certificat omnia naturalia et artificialia in particulari et in propria disciplina, per experientiam perfectam; non per argumenta, ut scientiæ pure speculativae, nec per debiles et imperfecta experientias ut scientiae operativæ. Et ideo hæc est domina omnium scientiarum præcedentium, et finis totius speculationis.
„Science has led to a multitude of results that affect men's lives. Some of these results are embodied in mere conveniences of a relatively trivial sort. Many of them, based on science and developed through technology, are essential to the machinery of modern life. Many other results, especially those associated with the biological and medical sciences, are of unquestioned benefit and comfort. Certain aspects of science have profoundly influenced men's ideas and even their ideals. Still other aspects of science are thoroughly awesome.“
— Warren Weaver American mathematician 1894 - 1978
Источник: Science and Complexity, 1948, p. 536
„The development of information research has increased considerably the interaction of emerging information science with other disciplines. Librarianship has traditionally had links with education and classification and has drawn ideas from logic and philosophy. But during the last fifty years new insights and methods have been derived from sociology and social psychology, from computer science, from operations research and related quantitative approaches, from communications research, from linguistics, and most recently from the new hybrids: cognitive science and artificial intelligence.“
— Brian Campbell Vickery British information theorist 1918 - 2009
Источник: Fifty years of information progress (1994), p. 7.
„Philosophy, as I understand the word, is a positive theoretical science, and a science in an early stage of development.“
— Charles Sanders Peirce American philosopher, logician, mathematician, and scientist 1839 - 1914
Lecture II : The Universal Categories, §3. Laws: Nominalism, CP 5.61
Pragmatism and Pragmaticism (1903)
Контексте: Philosophy, as I understand the word, is a positive theoretical science, and a science in an early stage of development. As such it has no more to do with belief than any other science. Indeed, I am bound to confess that it is at present in so unsettled a condition, that if the ordinary theorems of molecular physics and of archaeology are but the ghosts of beliefs, then to my mind, the doctrines of the philosophers are little better than the ghosts of ghosts. I know this is an extremely heretical opinion.
„Modern science is an extreme step in this development, and in the secularization and sophistication of universe-maintenance.“
— Peter L. Berger, книга The Social Construction of Reality
The Social Construction of Reality, 1966
„The field of science is unlimited; its material is endless, every group of natural phenomena, every phase of social life, every stage of past or present development is material for science. The unity of all science consists alone in its method, not in its material.“
— Karl Pearson, книга The Grammar of Science
The Grammar of Science (1900)
„The Vienna School of Art History, influenced in part by Sigmund Freud's psychological work, began to develop a science-based psychology of art that was initially focused on the beholder. Today, the new science of mind has… again focused on the beholder.“
— Eric R. Kandel American neuropsychiatrist 1929
The Age of Insight (2012)
„Economic and political developments have forced upon us a great problem of analysis in the field of politico-economic organization. The center of this problem lies in the midground between the science of politics and the science of economics and its scope is coterminous with the scope of both. It demands the best minds of both science to forge a new pattern of thinking which will weld the elements of politics and economics into an integrated whole having validity in the present day.“
— Gardiner C. Means American economist 1896 - 1988
Источник: "The Distribution of Control and Responsibility in a Modern Economy", 1935, p. 59; lead paragraph
„Teachers, not students, are the ones who are failing. As Albert Einstein said that “all religions, arts and sciences are branches of the same tree,” the detachment of philosophy – the forefather of all knowledge and academic disciplines – from mathematics, sciences, and technology is the fundamental reason for failure in modern-day K-12 and higher education.“
— Newton Lee American computer scientist
Google It: Total Information Awareness, 2016
„We should remember that there was once a discipline called natural philosophy. Unfortunately, this discipline seems not to exist today. It has been renamed science, but science of today is in danger of losing much of the natural philosophy aspect.“
— Hannes Alfvén Swedish electrical engineer and plasma physicist 1908 - 1995
Источник: Dean of the Plasma Dissidents (1988), p. 192.
„I maintain that in every special natural doctrine only so much science proper is to be met with as mathematics; for… science proper, especially of nature, requires a pure portion, lying at the foundation of the empirical, and based upon à priori knowledge of natural things. …the conception should be constructed. But the cognition of the reason through construction of conceptions is mathematical. A pure philosophy of nature in general, namely, one that only investigates what constitutes a nature in general, may thus be possible without mathematics; but a pure doctrine of nature respecting determinate natural things (corporeal doctrine and mental doctrine), is only possible by means of mathematics; and as in every natural doctrine only so much science proper is to be met with therein as there is cognition à priori, a doctrine of nature can only contain so much science proper as there is in it of applied mathematics.“
— Immanuel Kant, книга Metaphysical Foundations of Natural Science
Preface, Tr. https://books.google.com/books?id=OCJLAAAAMAAJ Ernest Belfort Bax (1883)
Metaphysical Foundations of Natural Science (1786)
„"Science worships skepticism," I wrote, "unless skepticism is applied to science, its hypotheses, procedures, or methods. What we need are more skeptics who are not afraid to judge the claims of science with the same fine discrimination used to examine other alternate disciplines and fields of endeavor. Like The New York Times, science publishes 'all the news that's fit to print,' meaning all of the news that fits into the officially accepted view of reality. That news is already censored, and yet we're supposed to live our lives in accordance with that official definition of experience.“
— Jane Roberts American Writer 1929 - 1984
Источник: The God of Jane: A Psychic Manifesto (1981), p. 129
„Although many historians of the new millennium now take issue with the notion of a Scientific Revolution, it is generally agreed that Newton's work culminated the long development of European science, creating a synthesis that opened the way for the scientific culture of the modern age.“
— John Freely American physicist 1926 - 2017
Источник: Before Galileo, The Birth of Modern Science in Medieval Europe (2012), p. 190
„I think time will show that the new approach, emphasizing emergent "macro" control, is equally valid in all the physical sciences, and that the behavioral and cognitive disciplines are leading the way to a more valid framework for all science.“
— Roger Wolcott Sperry American neuroscientist 1913 - 1994
New Mindset on Consciousness (1987)
Контексте: I think time will show that the new approach, emphasizing emergent "macro" control, is equally valid in all the physical sciences, and that the behavioral and cognitive disciplines are leading the way to a more valid framework for all science. Although the theoretic changes make little difference in physics, chemistry, molecular biology, and so on, they are crucial for the behavioral, social, and human sciences. They don't change the analytic, reductive methodology, just the interpretations and conclusions. There seems little to lose, and much to gain.
„Our intellectual development in the field of science has outstripped our human development in the field of character.“
— L. P. Jacks British educator, philosopher, and Unitarian minister 1860 - 1955
BBC Radio National Lecture (1938), quoted in Unitarian Universalist Biographical Dictionary http://www25.uua.org/uuhs/duub/articles/lawrencepearsalljacks.html.