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    Re: "Science"
    From: Marcel Tschudin
    Date: 2005 Aug 30, 14:04 +0300
    May be it is now helpful to explain more detailed why Peter's second question
     
    "Isn’t their (the atheists)lack of faith as equally blind as that of those who profess it?"
     
    is, what I indicated, the lighthouse line for navigating through the Creation.
     
    Any "Concept" is to my experience limiting the sight and thus makes blind to all which is outside this "Concept".
     
    The atheist has a "Concept", the believer has a "Concept", the agnostic also has a "Concept", <G> aswell is a "Concept" and the believer in "science" is again a "Concept"...
     
    An example: The "Concept" of the believer in "science" (and to my understanding also the one of the atheist) is limited to the physical part of the whole Creation. All their arguments relate to and are true for this side of the coin. Their "Concept" limits them therefore to see that their might be an other side of the coin, which can not be approached by "science" related to the physical sphere of the Creation. On this other side exists also a science which goes beyond the former and which, for this reason, I would write as "Science" with a capital S.
     
    Therefore, in order to really see, it is, to my experience, necessary to abandon any and all of these "Concepts". That is, again to my experience, the lighthous line to the conundrum. I am however aware that not everybody is interested to head for this lighthous and I accept this as well.
     
    Marcel 
       
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