Scientific acts are sustained by consciousness of justification

Scientific acts are sustained by
/consciousness of justification /and are constantly organized and
modified from the perspective of “reason”, correctness, justifying
motivation. /Reason requires /that such and such acts 15 be performed,
or that, when such acts have been performed, others determined in such
and such a way in terms of content be based upon them, and that in
specific ways they, in turn, then be evaluated, sanctioned, judged as
establishing justification.

Edmund Husserl, INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC AND THEORY OF KNOWLEDGE, 118

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