"Selectivity and Discord" addresses the fundamental question of
whether there are grounds for belief in experimental results.
Specifically, Allan Franklin is concerned with two problems in the
use of experimental results in science: selectivity of data or
analysis procedures and the resolution of discordant results.
By means of detailed case studies of episodes from the history
of modern physics, Franklin shows how these problems can be--and
are--solved in the normal practice of science and, therefore, that
experimental results may be legitimately used as a basis for
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