Siyentista

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An siyentista o siyentipiko (Ingles: scientist) iyo an tawo na minahimo nin mga siyentipikong pag-aadal para pauswagon an kaaraman sa sarong lado nin interes.[1][2]

Sa klasikal na panahon, mayo nin totoong suanoy na analogo nin sarong modernong siyentista. Imbes, mga pilosopo an nag-enganyo sa pilosopikal na pag-aadal nin kapalibotan na inaapod na pilosopiyang natural, sarong prekursor kan siyensyang natural.[3] Dae hasta ika-19 na siglo kan an terminong siyentista iyo uminabot sa regular na paggamit pagkatapos na ini mamokna kan mga teyolohiko, pilosopo, sagkod historyador kan siyensya na si William Whewell kaidtong 1833.[4][5]

Sa modernong panahon, an nagkapirang mga siyentista iyo may mga halangkaw na degri[6] sa sarong lado nin siyensya sagkod nagpupursigi nin karera sa manlainlain na sektor kan ekonomiya arug kan akademya, industriya, gobyerno, sagkod dae pangkomersyong kapalibotan.[7][8][9]

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  • "The Scientist", BBC Radio 4 discussion with John Gribbin, Patricia Fara and Hugh Pennington (In Our Time, Oct. 24, 2002)

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  1. "Eusocial climbers" (PDF). E.O. Wilson Foundation. Retrieved 3 September 2018. But he’s not a scientist, he’s never done scientific research. My definition of a scientist is that you can complete the following sentence: ‘he or she has shown that...’,” Wilson says. 
  2. "Our definition of a scientist". Science Council. Retrieved 7 September 2018. A scientist is someone who systematically gathers and uses research and evidence, making a hypothesis and testing it, to gain and share understanding and knowledge. 
  3. Lehoux, Daryn (2011). "2. Natural Knowledge in the Classical World". In Shank, Michael; Numbers, Ronald; Harrison, Peter. Wrestling with Nature : From Omens to Science. Chicago: University of Chicago , U.S.A. Press. p. 39. ISBN 978-0226317830. 
  4. Cahan, David, ed. (2003). From Natural Philosophy to the Sciences: Writing the History of Nineteenth-Century Science. Chicago, Illinois: University of Chicago Press. ISBN 0-226-08928-2. 
  5. Lightman, Bernard (2011). "Science and the Public". In Shank, Michael; Numbers, Ronald; Harrison, Peter. Wrestling with Nature : From Omens to Science. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. p. 367. ISBN 978-0226317830. 
  6. Cyranoski, David; Gilbert, Natasha; Ledford, Heidi; Nayar, Anjali; Yahia, Mohammed (2011). "Education: The PhD factory". Nature. 472 (7343): 276–279. Bibcode:2011Natur.472..276C. doi:10.1038/472276a. PMID 21512548.
  7. Kwok, Roberta (2017). "Flexible working: Science in the gig economy". Nature. 550: 419–421. doi:10.1038/nj7677-549a.
  8. Woolston, Chris (2007). Editorial (ed.). "Many junior scientists need to take a hard look at their job prospects". Nature. 550: 549–552. doi:10.1038/nj7677-549a.
  9. Lee, Adrian; Dennis, Carina; Campbell, Phillip (2007). "Graduate survey: A love–hurt relationship". Nature. 550 (7677): 549–552. doi:10.1038/nj7677-549a.