"The subject of my comments was MN -- the doctrine which states as a
philosophical a priori that only naturalistic explanations are eligible
consideration. Hence a naturalistic explanation for all events is
to exist REGARDLESS OF THE EVIDENCE."
If you define MN as PHILOSOPHICAL NATURALISM, we are singing from the
same hymnal. Even some of the non-believers I meet on Compuserve will not
But I understood you as referring to METHODOLOGICAL NATURALISM. The two
ought not be confused. The first is a principle; the second is an
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