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straightree
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Message 25 of 37 (488205)
11-08-2008 5:42 PM
Reply to: Message 16 by Straggler
11-02-2008 7:12 PM


Re: common sense is world view applied to reality
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What this thread needs is an advocate of common sense as a viable means of making conclusions. Any creationists out there willing to defend common sense over scientific conclusions?
There seems to be none. Maybe, after all, they/we are not as fool as Taz asumes.

Creationism and evolutionism should not be mutually excluding.

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straightree
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Message 32 of 37 (488292)
11-09-2008 4:32 PM
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11-08-2008 5:51 PM


Re: common sense is world view applied to reality
For me, at present, not to use science to inform and conform your common sense is foolish.

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straightree
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Message 34 of 37 (488395)
11-10-2008 4:05 PM
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11-09-2008 4:45 PM


Re: common sense is world view applied to reality
Common sense is in many ways similar to good judgement and wisdom. In order to have them in good proportion you need learning and experience. Today, one important part of learning is scientific, so this learning is of capital importance to have a good common sense. Any one that would pretend to have a good and acceptably reliable common sense, without proper scientific learning woud be quite a fool.

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