Re: [asa] Alex Rosenberg essay

From: William Hamilton <>
Date: Sat Dec 12 2009 - 18:04:07 EST

If nothing has any meaning at all, why did Rosenberg bother writing. After
all, his essay has no meaning (and therefore no value)

On Thu, Dec 10, 2009 at 12:28 PM, Douglas Hayworth <> wrote:

> Has anyone read and commented on the following essay?
> A non-scientist friend sent it to me for comment.
> My short answer is "Well, that's one philosophical perspective, but it's no
> more legitimate or defensible than any other perspective. It's only his
> choice to view the science as compelling this conclusion. The persuasive
> nature of the essay itself is testimony to the fact that there's more
> that just the science involved."
> Doug

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