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The article is devoted to the problem of the link between the essential and the accidental in the process of scientific discoveries. The author criticises Karl Popper concept who states that each scientific discovery is entirely "accidental". The author" viewpoint is based on the methodology of dialectical materialism as a whole, the concept of dialectical determinism, current works on the theory of truth and the criterion of truth. The article treats randomness as the form of being and thedoi:10.24234/wisdom.v13i2.239 fatcat:p3uobgi22bdthlhzdaaswlsnqu