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Question 1: Each field will commonly be represented by one or more scientific journal, where ________ research will be published.
Scientific methodPeer reviewOpen peer reviewAcademia

Question 2: Feyerabend advocates treating science as an ideology alongside others such as religion, magic and mythology, and considers the dominance of science in society ________ and unjustified.

Question 3: Learned societies for the communication and promotion of scientific thought and experimentation have existed since the ________ period.
RenaissanceWestern art historyItalian RenaissanceBaroque

Question 4: Thus there are legitimate arguments about exactly where the borders are, which is known as the ________.
Scientific methodHistory of scienceDemarcation problemPhilosophy of science

Question 5: In its more restricted contemporary sense, science refers to a system of acquiring knowledge based on scientific method, and to the organized body of knowledge gained through such ________.
ResearchScholarly methodAcademic publishingPeer review

Question 6: The formal sciences are essential in the formation of hypotheses, ________, and laws,[3] both in discovering and describing how things work (natural sciences) and how people think and act (social sciences).
Scientific methodEmpiricismTheoryMathematics

Question 7: [19] The oldest surviving institution is the ________ in Italy.
Natural scienceScientific revolutionAccademia dei LinceiSocial sciences

Question 8: An area of study or speculation that masquerades as science in an attempt to claim a legitimacy that it would not otherwise be able to achieve is sometimes referred to as pseudoscience, ________, or "alternative science".
Pathological scienceFringe scienceJunk scienceProtoscience

Question 9: From the ________ to the Enlightenment, science or scientia meant any systematic recorded knowledge.
Early Middle AgesHigh Middle AgesMiddle AgesLate Middle Ages

Question 10: ________
Computer programmingComputer scienceSoftware engineeringProgramming paradigm

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