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Posted by Harvey on April 20, 2001 17:56:57 UTC


Philosophy of science almost looks indistinguishable from science - most people wouldn't recognize the difference. In fact, most popular books on science have significant portions of their content dedicated to philosophy. In fact, this forum on 'God and Science' is about philosophy of science and religion. When people ask scientists questions about areas outside their expertise normally those questions are philosophical questions.

The subject is in strong demand and the questions that philosophy continues to ask and try to have answers continue to captivate.

Warm regards, Harv

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