Ideology drives scientific research far more than is acknowledged. Since science itself is conducted by individuals, each scientist has a biased conception of themselves and their surroundings relative to the rest of the universe, even if it is never explicated. This sense of relation to the greater universe is what defines the ideology of the individual. It is this sense of relation and self that creates the individual, who goes on to investigate the natural world by the scientific method. In this paper I will examine extant scientific ideology, particularly in Western science, and propose changes that could be helpful.
"Revolution in Ideology: Crafting a Holistic Scientific Dialectic,"
Dialogue & Nexus: Vol. 3
, Article 17.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.acu.edu/dialogue/vol3/iss1/17
Biology Commons, Christianity Commons, Epistemology Commons, Logic and Foundations of Mathematics Commons, Other Mathematics Commons, Philosophy of Science Commons, Religious Thought, Theology and Philosophy of Religion Commons