In my view, religion and philosophy ought to be in total contrast,since religion is based in revelations and myths,has no scientific validity,it provides no evidence or proofs but dogmas.
First off, that is a completely inaccurate portrayal of religion for a multitude of reasons so I'm going to break it down line by line:
"Religion is based in relelations.."
Which religion are you refering to? -- Not all religions are based on revelation, for example: Buddhism, Wicca, Unitarian Universalism, Judaism,
Rastafarianism, Shintoism, Taoism, Sikhism, etc.
Was not early science considered "myth"? I'll remind you that scientific minds once declared that the sun revolved around the earth. They also declared that the atom was the smallest particle. Even Bill Gates once declared that computers would never need more than 16K of RAM. All of those 'scientific facts' have been proven wrong.
"Religion...has no scientific basis.
Nor does it claim to. This is a Strawman Argument that is used all the time: trying to judge one system by the criteria of another system. If you're going to use that argument, you may also argue that cats make lousy pets because they do not typically demonstrate the same affection as dogs do.
Dogs and cats, however, are different. So too are religion and science. Religion is based on faith, science is based on factual evidence.
"Religion....provides no evidence or proofs.."
Once again, you're trying to stick a square peg into a round hole. Religion doesn't try to offer evidence or proofs, so this argument is nullified.
And, again, you are generalizing. There is no dogma in shamanistic religions such as Native American, Neo-Paganism, Dream Time, etc.
Further, I'd be interested to hear the difference in religious dogma and scientific dogma.
On the other hand, philosophy is based in critical thinking and judgement
You generalize again. Theology is a form of philosophy, is it not? If so, then by your own argument, theology is based on critical thinking and judgement, which would contradict your premise that is not.
in sound reasoning and rationality.
Oh, I beg to differ. Is all
philosophy based on rationality? That would include political philosphy which would include Nazism. Care to formulate an argument demonstrating the 'rationality' of Nazism? Be my guest.
Be careful making these absolute statement of yours without fully considering the ramifications of them.