Does the scientific method start with a theoretical hypothesis or a set of patterned observations? Is logic deductive or inductive? Should ideas be brought to practicality via top-down organization, or should knowledge of parts bubble into concepts with bottom-up methodology? These are the questions philosophy and science still debate, but the essence of the argument tends to point toward the acceptance of one central truth – that information is always made up of smaller pieces.
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