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It is important to note that multiculturalism does not share the postmodernist stance. Its passions are political; its assumptions ...
The belief that politics can be scientific must inevitably produce tyrannies. Politics cannot be a science, because in politics th ...
Common-sense is part of the home-made ideology of those who have been deprived of fundamental learning, of those who have been kep ...
Logic is not concerned with human behavior in the same sense that physiology, psychology, and social sciences are concerned with i ...
The bases for historical knowledge are not empirical facts but written texts, even if these texts masquerade in the guise of wars ...
Empirical science is apt to cloud the sight, and, by the very knowledge of functions and processes, to bereave the student of the ...
The main objection to religious myths is that, once made, they are so difficult to destroy. Chemistry is not haunted by the phlogi ...
Plato's was essentially a dualistic theory. To him, the divine ideas, the universals, the general qualities, the genera, were the ...
Certain issues in philosophy of science (having to do with observation and the definition of a theory's empirical import) had been ...
To develop an empiricist account of science is to depict it as involving a search for truth only about the empirical world, about ...
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