Friday, April 18, 2008

The Paranoid Style in American Science

Clark, at Mormon Metaphysics, has a Sideblog to a very interesting article: The Paranoid Style in American Science. It's a fascinating discussion of what happens when doubt becomes the guiding principle in politics, PR, philosophy, and science.

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Blogger angelin said...

Like any long term learned neuro-pathway connections in the brain/hard drive. When a file is downloaded and is not compatable with the operating system the file will fail to open. An operating system must be made compatable for file types by the operating system programmers. Science is the operating system and the scientists are the programmers. There is 'something from nothing' critcal corruption in the system code and the scientist are reluctant to fix the code.

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Blogger Steve Schuler said...

Kevin,

I just want to take this opportunity to thank and commend you for your recent comments at "The Constructive Curmudgeon" pertaining to Buddhism. I was a high school friend of Doug's and have recently decided to refrain from commenting at his blog. At any rate, I am glad to see that what I thought was a somewhat ludicrous proposition and line of "reasoning" did not go unchallenged. I am of somewhat limited intellect yet it is not beyond my ability to conceive that love can exist outside of a paradigm which revolves around a particular perspective of Jesus Christ. Thanks for your efforts towards a broader understanding which this world so desperately needs.

Steve Schuler

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