Mon 10 Jan, 2011 05:12 pm - "What he thought, and what evolution is, are far far far apart. His non-evolutionary philosophy has no basis in evolution, nor is it reasonable to give evolution any credit for his genocidal... (view)
Mon 10 Jan, 2011 05:09 pm - Unfortunately, that is all just theorizing and thinking(cool thinking, but still just thinking) in the study of the philosophy of science. There is no actual evidence that such a thing is possible.... (view)
Mon 10 Jan, 2011 05:02 pm - Oh, my apologies.
What I meant to ask was if your point was that the Big Bang Theory may one day be considered obsolete. Sorry, I got it all mixed up in my head since causality is being argued in... (view)
Mon 10 Jan, 2011 04:56 pm - Thank you for the clarification.
As I said, I have only a basic understanding of this theory, but isn't it more or less based on the fact that we are unable to see exactly where a particle... (view)
Mon 10 Jan, 2011 04:45 pm - you're still misunderstanding my current argument.
I dropped the issue of whether Hitler's understanding was right or not. But he thought it was and that led to genocide. (view)
Mon 10 Jan, 2011 04:43 pm - Dude, how many times do I have to say it? I don't consider hitler's thinking logical. Neither do you, okay. The fact is that that ILLOGICAL thought process still caused the death of... (view)
Mon 10 Jan, 2011 04:34 pm - is your argument that just as the phlogiston theory is obsolete, the Law of Causality may become obsolete?
That would be simple speculation, without any evidence wouldn't it?
Also, are you... (view)
Mon 10 Jan, 2011 04:28 pm - rational or not, there are people advocating genocide and infanticide. Touting it - based on their understanding of natural selection - as natural and morally acceptable. Whether it's rational... (view)
Mon 10 Jan, 2011 04:21 pm - I am not arguing that Hitler did.
Who is saying it led to a school of philosophy? THESE people think this way. If... (view)