RE: virus: Faith, Logic and Purpose

Wade T.Smith (
Sat, 22 Nov 97 23:23:55 -0500

>If I'm seeing your point (always a iffy propsistion here), are you saying
>that science succeeds because it limits its questions to ones it can

Well, I think I mean to say that science don't bother making up
questions, rather it posits problems. And I think I mean to say that it
is _only_ science that deigns to posit problems for which it _does not_
have a solution. (Or a dogma, or a chant, or a pressure point....)

Questions are too facile, too symbolic, or adroitly answerless. Or can be
shifted too readily, as you evidently love to show us, into quite other

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