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Posted by Harvey on January 23, 2002 00:14:06 UTC


We can round and round all day, so our only hope is to advance our dialogue. To do that we need to provide more references in support of our position.

What references can you cite that state that "[p]hilosophy uses observable facts too, but due to lack of use of advanced logic (=math) it is way more subjective than science when it comes to complex systems or complex issues"? In other words, how do you support the contention that logic used in philosophy (which includes math by the way) is less accurate than scientific logic (e.g., math)?

Warm regards, Harv

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