In a message dated 1/19/00 12:33:49 AM Eastern Standard Time,
<< >[quoting Chris]Johnson is guilty of superstition not mainly because of
the theistic aspect
>of his metaphysics, but because of his rejection of basic rules of rational
>thought. One example is his attempt to pretend that naturalism and
>non-naturalism are on the same *epistemological* level.
Of course, Chris merely believes Johnson is pretending in this fashion.
But Chris does not know this is the case. Oh, he has his arguments
to support his position, and they may *seem* correct, but no
one really knows if they are. >>
Johnson claims that 'Darwinists' are working under the philosophical tenets
of 'Naturalistic Materialism', does he not? Does he *know* this? Oh, he has
his arguments to support his position (so I've heard, anyway) and they may
*seem* correct, but no one really knows if they are.. And Johnson does not
know this is the case. Yet he continues to assert this.
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