“There is No Hope of Doing Perfect Research”. Do You Agree?
is a work undertaken creatively in a systematic basis to facilitate the increment of knowledge stocked including that of man, society and culture and this knowledge be used to devise new applications (Frascati 15). The main aim of conducting a research is to increase the existing pool of knowledge through the addition of several new things, models, facts, techniques and theories. On one, hand, there will be no need for research if the existing knowledge is perfect. If the existing knowledge was “imperfect”, the ideas developed from the knowledge where research methodologies are part of it could be questionable. Thus, the existence of limitations is aptness of research is akin to rusting of iron. Thus, I do not come into terms with this statement.
The statement that there is no perfect research does not add anything important to modern day science or society then scrutinize and petty complain. “There is no hope of doing perfect research” (Griffiths 97) counteracts with the pessimistic interaction of the glass of water at the beginning of my essay. In my opinion, a statement by annoyed author has been over rated by garrulous critiques for they have been searching for an imaginative depth in plate saucer. Moreover, the statement can seriously emotive to the young researchers thus making me not to conjure with it either.
Although I advocate for the above scientific statement, it is scientifically insignificantly to the application of the current world. There exist limitations and strengths in the modules and theories applied in science and research studies. Also, most of the events in pure science are usually put across via the use of hypothesis and models. Most research events in science are usually put across via the use of hypothesis and models. As so hypothesis is usually unproven proposition, theory or supposition while the model is more of...