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Posted by M.W.Pearson on October 16, 2002 19:34:10 UTC

I wrote and Aurino quoted:
"Although I don't think you have a coherent world view that differs from mainstream biology, if you do, let's hear it now.

"I don't have a problem with the models scientists propose to explain the fossil record, they are excellent as far as models go. My problem is the misinformed way in which many people interpret those models as being metaphysical truths. The issue is philosophy, not biology."

Mike wrote and Aurino quoted:
"Darwin didn't believe in Darwinism. He was, however, interested in biology."

Aurino replied:
"Freud didn't believe in Freudianism. He was, however, interested in the human psyche."


Aurino added?
"Yet how many people today still think Freud and Darwin would be chanting the same tune if they somehow were still alive?"

It has occurred to only four people in exactly those terms.

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