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randompHactor
Posted about 1 year ago
The debate about Rupert Sheldrake's talk
Are you saying that the "how" I enjoy it is simply a mechanistic response of my physical nature? Or are you suggesting that the process in my brain/ mind is also mechanistic in nature and only interpreted as enjoyment because of specific training/cultural refinement? Memory of past experience and logic suggest that future like endeavours will be at least equally as enjoyable.
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randompHactor
Posted about 1 year ago
The debate about Graham Hancock's talk
You know science is great, it can take a tree apart and tell you exactly how it works! It just can't put it back together as a tree. Nor can it tell you how to enjoy the shade of that tree on a bright, sunny day!
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randompHactor
Posted about 1 year ago
The debate about Rupert Sheldrake's talk
You know science is great, it can take a tree apart and tell you exactly how it works! It just can't put it back together as a tree. Nor can it tell you how to enjoy the shade of that tree on a bright, sunny day!
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randompHactor
Posted about 1 year ago
The debate about Graham Hancock's talk
The preponderance of people on this discussion of a debate are positively for Hancock and they have the thumbs up to prove it. How many thumbs up do the dissenters have? If this were a democracy the yay-sayers would prevail.
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randompHactor
Posted about 1 year ago
The debate about Rupert Sheldrake's talk
The preponderance of people on this discussion of a debate are positively for Sheldrake and they have the thumbs up to prove it. How many thumbs up do the dissenters have? If this were a democracy the yay-sayers would prevail.