عنوان مقاله [English]
Scientific society, like any other society, is constituted of social struc-ture. to identify that is to identify the historical evolution of science, the structure of science, etc. in this regard, another key component of Scien-tific society is the norms of science, which is the most fundamental value that governs scientific society. Norms in science are important because some believe that they describe behavior in scientific society. There are different approaches to the norm’s role in science. The two most important theories are two theories that Karl Popper and David Bloor have put forward: 1- norms in science are social conviction. (Bloor, 1999) 2- The norms in science are abstract and Platonic. (Popper, 1972) In this article, in addition to a general description of Popper's and Bloor's theories, I will examine the criticisms that have been made by Popper's defenders on Bloor.