"Science is only the science of men and like them it is fallible"
No parallel is not possible.
Quite the contrary. Grelinette puts a big S
to science absolutely and a little s
for the science of men. But in both cases it is a question of science, that is to say of knowledge, partial when it is with a small s.
For justice, ok the rules are defined by laws which are different from one country to another or from one judge to another and effectively fallible.
, all lois
social are of the "scientific" type, that is to say in relation to the knowledge
of the moment as the article, well done, from Wikipedia highlights, with its various nuances. You only refer to one aspect, to the detriment of the others. Gold LA
Science cannot be reduced to this aspect alone, to please you!
but for science, the rules are established by facts and are invariable.
when we limit ourselves to the only aspect that you evoke, but only to that one. Although!
"We make science with facts, like making a house with stones: but an accumulation of facts is no more a science than a pile of stones is a house" Henri Poincaré