What is beyond experimental practice? Is that what theory is? Although I am not even close to mastering experimental practice, I know there is something beyond...And if theory is beyond, it then must influence the direction of experimental practice.
If the above is true: when / how does theory become integrated as a representation of society? Or is it only after the tangible fact of experimentation that theory can be tested as a manifestation?
If theory exists at the same time as experimental practice, which it probably does, how can we avoid using theory to rationalize what we do, after the fact?
Or does theory come before practice? I think understanding how to integrate the thought is relevant to the development of process.
If we use the methodology behind modern scientific theory as a motivational factor (the postulate first, then prove), then theory directs experimentation. Thus, we need to establish theory to drive our designs.
Is that where conviction comes into the picture?
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