RE: More on the Georgia Decision, from Cal Thomas

Date: Thu Aug 29 2002 - 09:17:55 EDT

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    Ian Hassell wrote:
    >We can examine the clues of what's left, but the decision on how to put
    >the puzzle back together without all the pieces (or the cover of the box
    >that shows the final product) is ultimately a decision of philosophy,
    >not science. Maybe the debate would be less obfuscated if it was
    >relegated to Philosophy Class before it's introduced in Science Class.

    Given the source of the frictions, I suspect the debate might be
    less "difficult" if someone bothered to teach rudimentary philosophy
    in Sunday schools. How much do you suppose would Cal enjoy that idea?

    Tim Ikeda

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