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Rafiq M.
Bogor, ID
Post #: 594
It's the same rather boring old argument. Some silly twerp suggesting that science doesn't have all the answers. Well of course it doesn't, Dumbo! That's the whole point. It doesn't dishonestly claim to.

Nevertheless Peter Atkins has a nice turn of phrase here and there and patiently tries to explain to the dear "philosopher". Click the black box to listen.

BBC Today programme.

I'm a wee bit miffed, though, on Professor Atkins' down on philosophers. Nothing wrong with philosophers. It's just that Mary Midgley isn't one, or at least one of any worth. Philosophers are supposed to be able to think clearly and analyse. She can't.
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