Scientific Instruction is a Craft

Scientific instruction is a craft. This is because skill in a science, knowledge of its diverse aspects, and mastery of it are the result of a habit.... The easiest method of acquiring the scientific habit is through acquiring the ability to express oneself clearly in discussing and disputing scientific problems. This is what clarifies their import and makes them understandable.


...and the best way to learn a scientific discipline is to teach it.

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 The Muqaddimah
Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  KhaldÅ«n , Rosenthal, Dawood (1969), The Muqaddimah, Princeton University Press, Retrieved on 2014-01-24
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