등록일 2002.11.08 한글 (hwp) | 3페이지 | 가격 600원
본문내용A rapid excursus on what research is, takes us directly at who first builds the scientific method. I think that we can deduce a definition of "vital research" from the words of G. Galilei: " The philosophy is written in this big book that is always open in front of us, I say the universe, but we cannot intend it if we don't learn its language before. It is written in mathematical symbols [...] and without this language it is impossible to intend any words; it is like walking in a dark labyrinth." (La Natura, G. Galilei, Il Saggiatore
For Galilei, searching the way in this dark labyrinth is the life itself and only in this sense we can define a 'research' as a 'vital research'. Our eyes are open on a obscure universe and our need is to understand it. Of course there are other important human needs, there are thousands of mouths asking for food and water, thousands of arms and and legs asking for freedom and love, but there are also thousands of eyes and minds asking for knowledge, asking for light. An important question now is if space projects can really make the light that we need. The answer is of course a philosophical answer or it is better said a religious one.
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