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|10 The man of science is a poor philosopher. ALBERT EINSTEIN (1879-1955), |
German-bom U.S. theoretical physicist. Out of My Liter Years, ch. 12 (1950). 1 1 If
they don't depend on true evidence, scientists are no better than gossips.
|Feibleman, James K. American philosopher 1904–1987 It is not the business of |
scientists to investigate just what the business of ... English novelist and
biographer If they don't depend on true evidence, scientists are no better than
|Finniston, Sir Monty You mustn't think scientists are stupid. Observer Sayings of |
the Week January 16, 1983 Fitzgerald, Penelope If they don't depend on true
evidence, scientists are no better than gossips. The Gate of Angels Chapter 3 (p.
|QuotationsBook.com. If they don't depend on true evidence, scientists are no |
better than gossips. - Fitzgerald, Penelope Neurophysiologists will not likely find
what they are looking for, for that which they are looking for is that which is
|Then they'll find that the models won't do, because they would only work if atoms |
really existed, so they'll replace them by mathematical terms which can be ... If
they don't depend on true evidence, scientists are no better than gossips."11 The
|Now their hypotheses will be at the beginning of collapse and they will have to |
pull out more and more bright notions to paper over the cracks and to cram into ...
If they don't depend on true evidence, scientists are no better than gossips.
|It, too, will not be observable.' 'What do you think is to be done?' 'Admit the wrong |
direction, and go back to what can be known through the senses. If they don't
depend on true evidence, scientists are no better than gossips.' Professor ...
|Why People Cheat, Gossip, Care, Share, and Follow the Golden Rule Michael |
Shermer. choice one way or the other even if uncertainty remains high as to
which choice is the correct one. ... He has chosen God and free will, not because
there is better evidence for them, but because they are important ... 13 Asking the
question, Is there free will? is like asking, Why is there something rather than
nothing? or What is time? ... That is, pragmatically speaking, they are true if they
|Our brains certainly seem to have a bias for gossip: experiments have found that |
people transmit social information, whether it's scandalous gossip about affairs
and pregnancy or mundane news about a meeting at a bus stop, more accurately
than they ... So if someone else gives you an opinion, you're tempted to go along
with it and act accordingly, even if it seems not ... medium for transmitting
reputation—and is such a powerful influence on behavior—that it can warp the
James Silk Buckingham, John Sterling, Frederick Denison Maurice - 1887 - Read - More editions
|Edward Thbing ; The War of the Succession in Spain; 'Dame Wiggins of Lee' 569-|
570 Literary Gossip 570 Science— ... been hard of realization — the limits of time
, place, circumstance, within which that message was felt to have true inspiration.
... But, to a witness more intellectual and virtuous than I, or to one precisely as
intelligent and well-intentioned, I have no .... but they have made up their minds
to believe without evidence — without evidence in the objective, scientific sense