First problem with this is that a scientific concept needs to use both the methods, operations, and observations used to define the concept in operationalism. Given methods and operations may be used to define different concepts, and a given concepts may be defined by different operations and methods, which is one way the methods and operation are verified as correct.
Originally posted by siliconwafer
Objective methods of scientific methods use repetition and different methods and operations, including observations, to verify scientific theories and hypothesis, and by the way the methods and operations used to define the concept.
I am not sure which rabbit in Cambrian rocks, or which hole in the ocean you are looking for here, but basically operationalism, or the assumptions required have any significant impact on the results of science. I have never seen anyone demonstrate a different result on the development of a theory or a hypothesis if two different approaches are applied; operationalism or logical positivism.
To demonstrate methods and operations, one applies different methods and operations to the same concept, to verify their reliability.
There would be nothing that would verify that measurement method is correct.
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