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Serendipity as a minor facet of human science
Although serendipity may play an important role in some important discoveries in the history of human science, it should not be considered a major part of human science since the word 'science' itself already prevents the idea of serendipity from taking place. 'Science', by definition, is 'the organized knowledge, especially when obtained by observation and testing of facts, about the physical world, natural laws and society'. Human science, therefore, is the organized knowledge of human beings. To be organized is to be ordered and arranged, which is like routine work and certainly prevent…
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