Argument Analysis Of When Failing Equals Success By Stuart Firestein

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Article Argument Analysis When Failing Equals Success by Stuart Firestein, when it comes to the issue of failing in life, most agree that failing is very bad, but Firestien doesn 't think that it is not bad at all. Where this agreement ends is on the question of if failing is really science 's fault? The general argument made by those in favor of Firestien is that no it 's not science’s fault of you failing and it 's part of science and if there wasn 't failures then there wouldn 't be any great discoveries.More specifically, supporters/opponents of Stuart Firestein argue that this statement is true.This argument is problematic because it fails to consider that if there wasn 't failure then we wouldn 't find things we couldn 't find out. For
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