Monthly Archives: April 2011

Models to falsify knowledge using destructive testing

Unicist Ontological destructive testing needs to be the first test when dealing with complex problems. The first step of a reflection process implies projecting one’s beliefs on the external reality.

This implies needing a destructive testing approach to eliminate the subjectivism that is implicit in any projection.

Destructive testing allows defining the limits of the validity of knowledge considering that there are always, on the one hand, conceptual limits and, on the other, operational limits.

The active function of destructive tests implies finding the conceptual limits which means dealing with operational and ontological benchmarking of succedaneum solutions.

On the other hand, the energy conservation function is based on finding the operational limits considering the operational benchmarking and the ontological benchmarking of substitutes.

Peter Belohlavek

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