Category: Victoria Höög

Viktoria Höög

Blurred science: the unceasing oscillation between truth and error

Opinion by Victoria Höög In his Discourse on the Method (1637), René Descartes wrote that, despite his education at one of the most famous schools in Europe, the Jesuit College in La Flèche, he became ensnared in doubt on the content and truth of knowledge. He became aware of his inability...