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What is the real difference between science and philosophy?


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8 hours ago, dimreepr said:

If we consider most people to be religious and I think the stats would support this, so real for most people is philosophy, on a background of science that they don't understand. 

Certainly most people are religious to one degree or another...by name anyway [even me by name that is] I have an hypothesis as to why that is....Convention...his parents were catholic, muslim or whatever...his parents parents were the same...ad infinitum. What do you think?

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15 hours ago, beecee said:

Certainly most people are religious to one degree or another...by name anyway [even me by name that is] I have an hypothesis as to why that is....Convention...his parents were catholic, muslim or whatever...his parents parents were the same...ad infinitum. What do you think?

I think we tend to believe/trust what our village teaches us, especially when it's done with kindness; there's no reason to doubt.

That can be used to teach hate as easily as it can to teach love.

The problem's with teaching hate is, karma; the scientific term is, causation.

Science doesn't differentiate, but it does undermine, when pointing out discrepancies in two book's written thousands of year's apart that have been artificially shoehorned together; it's like shoehorning ptolemy and Einstein into one book and then saying "there you go, it's obviously all bollox."

 

 

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