"The idea of a fixed method, or of a fixed theory of rationality, rests on too naive a view of humans and their social surroundings"
"...all methodologies, even the most obvious ones, have their limits." Can't argue with that.
I'm thinking a "philosophies of science" poll series would be fun.
In this instance, P F argues against a singular scientific method, citing historical instances of induction, deduction, ad hoc hypotheses, and serendipitous results.