Thalamic Nuclei Text

John Hasenkam johnh at faraway.hgmp.mrc.ac.uk
Thu Jul 22 05:31:08 EST 2004


How's the heart?



--
John Hasenkam
"Instead, religious ideas often deal with unexplained and unexplainable
things and events - miracles, for instance. Ineffability and
mysteriousness - the inapplicability of scientific canons of explanation -
is what makes religious experiences religious in the first place.
...Cognitivism may, from such a standpoint, amount to little more than a
conflation of religion and science."

Sami Pihlström & Heikki J. Koskinen
Department of Philosophy, University of Helsinki

"Collinskppc" <collinskppc at wmconnect.com-T-R-I-M> wrote in message
news:20040721081221.22465.00000185 at mb-m11.wmconnect.com...
> Sliced preparations =always= create a 'state' of virtual-rewiring, the
results
> of which are =always= misleading.
>
> k. p. collins
>
> TD E/I(down) to you and yours





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