The anti-realist nihilism of post-modernist thought provides a constant challenge for science and scientists not only to refute this view but to make clear what constitutes science and the scientific method. In this article, I review the major arguments of post-modern thought and its criticism of science and then provide a point by point refutation. The Popperian notion of refutability and empiricality provide the cornerstone of this discussion.
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