From: Elizaphanian (email@example.com)
Date: Mon May 05 2003 - 16:28:37 BST
Phyllis - to a large extent I agree that this mythology is in the process of being rejected; that's
what I understand 'post-modernism' to be. What I am interested in is not getting rid of the baby
with the bathwater (which is what I think that mythology did to religion). There are some profoundly
important things about science that we need to hang on to - within a larger context.
I accept your point about citations, by the way, but I treat the MD forum as akin to conversation
(the essays are a little different) and I'd rather know what somebody believes for themselves (and
why) that wade through lots of extracts (like the ones I provided from Grace Jantzen... yikes -
hoist by my own petard?)
Where did (do) you do your philosophy in the real world?
"Even to have expressed a false thought boldly and clearly is already to have gained a great deal."
----- Original Message -----
From: "phyllis bergiel" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, May 05, 2003 12:45 PM
Subject: Re: MD The mythology of science
: Hi Sam,
: If this were 1959, I would agree with you.
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