David made a good point when he wrote: "I would not sign it, even aside
from these objections, because of the context in which it was brought."
I was looking at the statement, however, in a neutral context. As such,
Phil's objections seem reasonable. How could the statement be reworded,
Phil, to remove those objections? Is your last sentence, which reads:
"To correct the statement, it should say something like this,
"Methodological naturalism [is] a procedure that works from the
assumption that observable phenomena may be explained without reference
to supernatural beings or events in order to search for natural
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