Scientific Methods Must Be Public, and Descriptive Experience Sampling Qualifies

Journal of Consciousness Studies 18 (1):102-117 (2011)
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I defend three main conclusions. First, whether a method is public is important, because non-public methods are scientifically illegitimate. Second, there are substantive prescriptive differences between the view that private methods are legitimate and the view that private methods are illegitimate. Third, Descriptive Experience Sam-pling is a public method



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Gualtiero Piccinini
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