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The Whole Truth and Nothing But the Truth

In my previous entry, it was submitted that it isn’t necessary for Science to be wholly true for it to be a proper subject of faith, belief, and study, and that, similarly, the postulates of a religious faith don’t have … Continue reading

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On the Proper Avoidance of Logic and Evidence

I was taught that logical thinking is the mark of an educated and well-disciplined mind. Among the things that an educated and well-disciplined mind must do is using evidence, that is, traces of the truth, to find the truth. Beyond … Continue reading

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