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  • ...rg/stable/685952 Theory of integrative levels. The British Journal For The Philosophy Of Science, 5(17), 59-66.]</ref>
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  • [[Category:Philosophy]]
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  • ...logical%20positivism&f=false A Passion for Wisdom: A Very Brief History of Philosophy], by Robert C. Solomon, Kathleen M. Higgins</ref> is a toxic ideology, many
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  • .../richard-dawkins-would-fail-philosophy-101.html Richard Dawkins Would Fail Philosophy 101], by Elizabeth Picciuto</ref>
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  • [[Category:Philosophy]]
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  • <blockquote>Philosophy is the activity by means of which the meaning of statements is clarified an
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  • *[http://www.iep.utm.edu/rawls/ Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy on Rawls]
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  • ...he only truth is that which can be reached via the scientific method, that philosophy has no role within science, and that science does not require moral or ethi
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  • ...Professor of Health Law, Medicine Michael A. Grodin Associate Professor of Philosophy and Associate Director of Law, and Ethics Program both of the Boston Univer
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  • ...66.]</ref>. Nevertheless, logical positivism was a major force in analytic philosophy from the 1920s forward until philosophers such as Karl Popper, Thomas Kuhn,
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  • Scientism, by marginalising the contributions of philosophy, becomes self-annihilating and internally inconsistent because it presuppos
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  • .../entries/logical-empiricism/ Logical Empiricism], Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy</ref> states that:
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  • ...positions. That is not to say that science cannot inform certain areas of philosophy, but Harris' neo-positivist and scientismist approach to ethics is faulty a
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  • ...The Social Dimensions of Scientific Knowledge], Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
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  • ===Philosophy=== ...long to [[philosophy]]. Scientism takes science to be not only better than philosophy at answering such questions, but the ''only'' means of answering them.|||Au
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  • ...se-tyson-and-the-value-of-philosophy/ Neil deGrasse Tyson and the value of philosophy], by Massimo Pigliucci</ref> ...nother-physicist-with.html Lawrence Krauss: another physicist with an anti-philosophy complex], by Massimo Pigliucci</ref>
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  • ...l positivism]] (an almost identical, although less extreme version of this philosophy) failed. As such it is completely self-annihilating,<ref name="philbasics">
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  • ...and people of color are not proportionately represented in modern academic philosophy <ref>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GEr-xXHVjKk</ref>.
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  • ...digm shifts]]. In other words, scientism supporters fail to understand the philosophy of science at its basic level and instead reveal themselves to be ignorant
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