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But Do We Decide A Theory's Validity Based On Its Pleasantness?

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Posted by Mario Dovalina on June 2, 2002 03:06:21 UTC

Simply because implications of evolutionary theory are unpleasant to some shouldn't be a basis on which we decide its value as a theory. In your longing to be of importance in this universe, would you deny the more reasonable explanation in favor of the more palatable one? Self-satisfaction is not everything, and it can be found among evolutionists as well. You just have to be less narcissistic to find it. :) I'm a pretty happy person, for the most part, as most people who know me would agree.

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