RE: virus: Faith, Logic and Purpose

Wade T.Smith (
Sun, 16 Nov 97 14:46:07 -0500

> Or
>perhaps to be slightly more accurate, they both
>developed from pre-modern thinking, in which
>there is no distinction between "natural
>philosophy" and any other sort.

Then I would say that theological (or magickal, or shamanistic, or
newage, or whatever) thinking is the come-lately subset, not science,
which melds nicely with my exploitive economic origin theory about
religious endeavors.

Science kept the fire going, but religion allowed the priest to charge
for it's warmth.

Wade T. Smith | "There ain't nothin' you | shouldn't do to a god." |
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