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Posted by Harvey on September 29, 2001 22:02:22 UTC

Hi Luis,

>>>It's not the holism so much as it is the primitives. If I am right, then we cannot pursue a fair debate on this issue.>1) Because it claims God and we are one -- instead of maintaining God is separate from us –- many theologians reject Pantheism.>2) Because it cannot rationally accommodate both the uncertainty principle and causality, numerous scientists reject Pantheism.>3) Enter Panentheism. As a convenient way out of both of these problems, it enhances Pantheism with nonfalsifiability, thereby avoiding any critical exposure to deduction and induction.

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