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What are the best research philosophies in academia? Show more Show less
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The term research philosophy refers to a system of beliefs and assumptions about the development of knowledge. In layman’s terms, a research philosophy is the choice a researcher makes on how to pursue his research, consciously or subconsciously. Scholars have identified five of the most prominent research philosophies in academia, however, choosing one is a matter of debate.

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Analytic philosophy is a methodological approach to philosophy based on argumentation and rigor.
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Analytic philosophy can be incremental

Because the standards for rigor are more or less widely shared in a common paradigm, there is more of a sense of objective achievement. This implies that certain positions are seen as 'stable'.
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