History and methodology of legal science Synergy test

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Science can be viewed as (rule out the wrong answer):
the form of the ordinary worldview;
the form of an ordinary world creation;
a certain mode of human activity;
a specially tested system of knowledge of reality;
certain social institution.
The topic of scientific research is called:
-the totality of work performed during the research on a specific problem;
-the totality of the work performed during the research on an unspecified problem;
-the combination of material costs for research.
The functions of scientific research include:
description;
explanation;
forecasting;
all listed.
The result of scientific research can be:
- new knowledge, ideas, information, methods, ideas presented in scientific reports;
- old knowledge, ideas, information, methods, ideas presented in scientific reports;
- new ideas and knowledge, prepared for practical use in the form of design and technological documentation, techniques, manufactured prototypes;
- the new ideas embodied in the new mastered products introduced in technological processes, management methods.
The correct answer to the definition of "fundamental science" is:
-sciences concerned with the application of the results of the basic sciences for solving applied problems;
-sciences that study the laws of nature and the development of society in a "pure form" regardless of their possible use.
-science, which studies the discipline of "electric drive";
-science, which studies the discipline "Electrical".
Point out the wrong answer to the definition of "Fundamental Science":
sciences dealing with the problems of applying the results of the fundamental sciences to solving applied problems;
-sciences that study the laws of nature and the development of society in a "pure form" regardless of their possible use;
-sciences that study the laws of physics in "Pure", regardless of their possible use;
-sciences that study the laws of chemistry in a "pure form" without regard to their possible use.
The correct answer to the definition of “Applied sciences” are:
-sciences concerned with the application of the results of the basic sciences for solving applied problems;
- sciences that study the laws of nature in a "pure form" without regard to their possible use;
- sciences that study the laws of nature in a "pure form" without regard to their possible use;
-sciences that study the laws of nature and the development of society in a "pure form" regardless of their possible use.
Point to the wrong answer for the definition of “Product of Science”:
-knowledge;
- various methods of observation;
- a certain mode of human activity;
-Various experimentation methods;
- "Perpetual Motion";
-products of production activities.
Point to the correct answer of the definition “Systematization of scientific knowledge”:
-klassification of knowledge;
-book of tasty and healthy food;
- any scientific work describing science;
road atlas;
-phonebook.
Point out the incorrect answer of the definition “Elements of scientific knowledge”:
-data;
-Laws;
-theories;
- artistic paintings;
- scientific pictures of the world.
The correct statement about the fundamentals of science will be:
Consumables;
availability of computer equipment;
Consumables;
knowledge;
The main types of theory are:
axiometric;
hypothetically-deductive;
formalized;
descriptive;
inductive.
The main condition for performing theoretical studies is:
the presence of a developed theory;
lack of computer equipment;
lack of necessary materials.
For non-classical science is characteristic:
mechanical determinism;
probabilistic determinism;
indothermism;
terminism
The competing approaches in the search for the basic laws of the development of science are:
communism and anti-communism;
cumulative and anti-cumulative;
creationism and evolutionism;
substrate and functional.
The largest representative of classical science was:
Archimedes;
Newton;
Heisenb

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