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Below I copied a quote in response to the final question in Optimistic Musings: – If you couldn’t use the word God, what word would you use? Christian piety makes a strange image of the object of devotion, “Jesus Christ, … Continue reading
What is the point of defining/seeking truth in like of the Hsi-Westbrook Theory of Wrongness? I think that this answer can also be divided, similarly to words/concepts, into the practical (literal) and the philosophical. The response will contradict itself. The … Continue reading
I think this can be the last post I need in response because through this debate I think I’ve honed what I’m trying to say. This is a continuation of: On Science Religion, and Nationalism On Science, Religion, and Nationalism … Continue reading
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