[Fwd: Re: [Fwd: virus: Religion & Logic]]

Ken Pantheists (kenpan@axionet.com)
Sun, 21 Apr 1996 02:10:28 +0000

Reed Konsler wrote:
> There is a reason that most universities still have colleges of Arts and
> Sciences. The two are interrealted. Without each other, neither has meaning.

It is good to read that note of support. My main reason for bringing up
those points was not to win, but to work for a draw. Logic, religion,
and the arts are tools, nothing more. Granted, logic is our most
sophisticated and elaborate tool. And it's probably a little better than
the other two (No-one ever got penicillan by praying (only) for it and
you can't write a song that will reverse global warming)

BUT, logic,being our most elaborate tool, is more suseptable to breaking
down. Leaving the other two to take up the slack.