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Re: Postmodernism

From: Glen
Sent on: Thursday, January 24, 2013 12:38 PM
Mark, you said he'd be happy to continue discussing your postmodernist views. Good, perhaps you can begin by answering the question I asked last time: How do you apply "postmodernism" to science and human evolution in particular?  I see nothing in the Wikipedia description you agreed with, or the additional explanation you posted, that would justify accepting evolution as a fact, but for human evolution, insisting we must know for sure which genera are in the direct line to us.  Even if we had no idea which general were ancestral to us (which is not the case) the DNA and other biologic evidence is overwhelming that we are in fact related to other primates.  Again, if that evidence doesn't indicate that, what in your view would it mean? 

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