Hunter on July 22, 2019
After reviewing my mistake, I realize that enhances the explanatory power of that theory makes A require an assumptio to strengthen.
Still, B did not seem like a strong strengthener.
B says that most entities posited by scientific theories aren't real. And there only needs to be one case of the most explanatory powerful theory of science containing such entity to prove the approach flawed - thus, strengthening the argument.
However, I may have figured it out as I was typing. Is B a sufficient strengthener?
If most scientific theories contain objects that are not real, then that means at least one of the most explanatory powerful theories of science does as well.
Irina on July 23, 2019