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philosophy of science

  1. ManSinha

    When a religious book is not a religious book - an interesting take

    Can a religious text be considered philosophy? Mods please move as you see fit.... I ran across this while browsing - interesting take .... (about 15-16 minutes and she makes some (IMO) very relevant comments around the 5:25 minute mark)
  2. MikeF

    Philosophy and Science

    *******Porting this conversation into it's own thread as it was off the main topic of original OP. I'd like to respond by starting with two definitions. From Wikipedia I obtained the following definition of Philosophy: “Philosophy is the study of general and fundamental questions, such as...
  3. questfortruth

    How to free yourself from spacetime prison?

    ``Why Earth Is A Prison and How To Escape It'' Today I see on a clock: 26.06.2019, 8.56 AM. The Einstein has proven, that Nature is not three (like in Newton's theory), but four-dimensional. Thus, I exist in the future and in the past, I feel myself yesterday and tomorrow and the next year...
  4. Mohsen

    Muslim revisits the Intelligent Design argument!

    This was very interesting to me, because the guy in the video (a Muslim named Subboor) says that Muslims should not support the Intelligent Design argument and gives his reasons why. He's incredibly well read! I'm looking forward to reading your thoughts (from both camps)!