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Rob Lockett's picture

The real definition of science

I propose re-establishing the historical definition of science. Almost all of us have forgotten what that is.

Would you like to know?

The proponents of intelligent design have done a fair job in pointing to the fact that 'methodological naturalism' has some weaknesses. What they have failed to do (as far as I know) is to offer an alternative definition that clarifies the issue.

I have formulated a proposition that reveals the real power and authority of scientific thought.

Though many may not agree with the historical implications, I would love to see how someone might show this definition inaccurate.

Rather than post the whole thing, here is a link to the proposition:


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