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Literary merit. Literary merit is the quality shared by all works of fiction that are considered to have aesthetic value. The concept of "literary merit" has been criticized as being necessarily subjective, since personal taste determines aesthetic value, and has been derided as a "relic of a scholarly elite".What does scientific merit mean?
Scientific merit. Scientific merit is an important component of an IRB’s evaluation of a study. This Course will discuss concepts related to Scientific Merit. We will begin by examining the origins of scientific merit within individual disciplines and within the Nuremberg Code and the Helsinki Declaration.