Too bad to be true? An antidote to PosPos (Positivist Philosophy of Science) and the Crises in Social Psychology
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We all know that we test theories by subjecting them to experimental test, allowing us to potentially falsify hypotheses. But where do theories come from? A realist philosophy of science, and the method of retroduction, allows us to use empirical evidence, even from “failed” experiments, to generate as well as test theory.