How do we know that facts are not just opinions?
Methods are a means or a way to conduct research to establish the veracity or authenticity of facts.
Methods and methodology refer to a process of investigating findings.
An investigative process by which facts are subjected to scrutiny.
Where the scrutinizing of the evidence based on substantiated facts can be placed in a larger context.
Where meaning arises from scrutiny of the facts and a reflection on the context such that meaning is more certain than not.
The outcome of the investigate process to tease certainty from uncertainty --when evaluated-- may uncover inconsistencies or contradictions that lead to new theories.
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