volume 4, issue 1, P31-33 2008
DOI: 10.1177/174701610800400109
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Abstract: IntroductionIn a recent Research Ethics Review editorial [1] Roger Rawbone alludes to the importance of asking questions 1 , and the point is that hard thinking is needed to generate good understanding, eg as occurs with and after the development of a theory. After Harvey' s work showed that blood went through the lungs, it was easier to ask why it followed that path. Veblen' s growing of two questions from one [2] refers to the historical development of intellectual control; ie asking the right questions is …

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