Re: General Response
Mon, 31 May 1999 15:54:29 -0400 (EDT)

Huxter wrote:
How is man so fundamnetally different? Are not the differences simply of degree? Are you aware of the numerous phylogentic studies that demonstrate the baselessness of your claims?

My comments:
Jacob Bronowski, an ardent evolutionist, observed in his lecture "The Long Childhood" that if man's brain was simply more biologically developed than animals brains then one would expected geese to be holding lectures on Conrad Lorentz and rats to be writing papers on BF Skinner. Since in fact they do not, in fact cannot, there must be something fundamentally different about the brain of man from the average animal brain. Such a truth would render your phylogentic studies irrelevant.

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