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Proof Is Over-rated As A Way Of Knowing We Know...

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Posted by Whittier on July 12, 2002 05:30:19 UTC

I guess we just don't agree on this.
Proof helps illuminate "truth", I think, only in topic areas which are resolvable without fuzzy logic.

Proof independent of prefererences and context only works at the most specific levels of math and physics and chemistry.
Persons also "know" other information, they think, but I'm saying that most of what folks think they know is just CBS conspiracy feudal Turkish empire nonsense entertainment ( or .. or .. or )

If you think you know something without following the procedure I outlined above, you are only talking about specific levels of math and physics and chemistry.

Do we disagree on that?

Sorry you had to fly off the handle like that.:)

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