like the birth of a human.
Education combines all three.
Five basic laws of logical reasoning for learning science.
1. Science has a specific language the structure of which is defined by the definitions of that science.
2. A definition cannot be ambiguous. If obviously different objects fit the same "definition", that is NOT a definition.
3. If something violates at least one feature of the definition of THAT, that something is NOT THAT.
4. For better understanding of what something IS, one needs examples of it is NOT.
5. If you logically derived your conclusion from a basic principle and the conclusion does not make any sense, recheck your logic, or replace your basic principle, or both. When a scientific field reaches the stage of a science it has well established laws, fundamental/basic principles, and well established logical procedures which allow make conclusions from laws and basic principles. Evidently, education is yet a scientific field but not a science.
Avery human practice presents a certain combination of pre-scientific activities, scientific activities, art, engineering, and chaotic trials. The activity which dominates the practice gives the name to the practice.