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This is not the only source of influence on intergenerational relations but it has been under-emphasised in scientific inquiry.
      
After an introduction to the philosophical structure of scientific inquiry, examples from Special Relativity and Time Asymmetry demonstrate these errors.
      
First, the paper aims to treat roadkill as a topic of serious social scientific inquiry by addressing it as a cultural artifact through which various identities are played out.
      
These biomarkers may serve as molecular targets for scientific inquiry and intervention, as well as approvable endpoints for clinical trials.
      
I argue that this unequal distribution of scientific inquiry is a result of too much emphasis on the motivation to protect the self, to the neglect of motivation to enhance the self.
      
Addressing this gap through an enriched research agenda could contribute importantly to linking scientific inquiry and clinical practice-to the benefit of both ventures.
      
Vacuum devices, the least familiar treatment for impotence, have only recently attracted attention and been the subject of serious scientific inquiry.
      
Though largely absent from scientific inquiry for several decades, it is one of the world's major volcanic provinces, and a key example of continental hot spot volcanism.
      
Scientific inquiry: why don't surgeons practice what they preach
      
Often neglected as a foundation for scientific inquiry are contemporary sports journals and the articles contained within them.
      
The Markov Chains model was applied on a sample of citation data to predict the shifting trends of scientific inquiry from science and technology to social science subjects [7].
      
So in both fields of study the antithesis between idealism and materialism has been given up, so that the relation instead of the difference between man and nature became the starting point of scientific inquiry.
      
What began as a revolutionary approach to cancer has evolved into one of the most exciting areas of scientific inquiry today.
      
An analysis is provided for one possible practical link between rhetorical and social scientific inquiry.
      
Implications of the practical link between rhetorical and social scientific inquiry are then drawn out.
      
I relate the motivations for this call to a desire to attain for fallacy inquiry certain attributes of the theoretical process in scientific inquiry.
      
Nowhere is this epistemic uncertainty more evident, or indeed more successfully controlled, than in the branch of scientific inquiry called epidemiology.
      
Nowhere is this epistemic uncertainty more evident, or indeed more successfully controlled, than in the branch of scientific inquiry called epidemiology.
      
It is a feature of scientific inquiry that it proceeds alongside a multitude of non-scientific interests.
      
However, while the fact of the coexistence of scientific and non-scientific interests has changed little over time, what has changed with time is the effect of this coexistence on scientific inquiry itself.
      
 

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