In article <E38HJ6.8G2 at midway.uchicago.edu>, mg16 at midway.uchicago.edu says...
>>In article <5a8h75$re1 at fidoii.cc.lehigh.edu>,
>Alan Allegra <inpri at lehigh.edu> wrote:
>>For those who are unwilling to accept theology (the queen of the sciences)
> Lousy paraphrase. The quotation is "Mathematics is the queen of the
> sciences and arithmetic is the queen of mathematics." I think it's
> due to Bertrand Russell, or possibly Eric Temple Bell.
>>>I highly recommend "Darwin's Black
>>Box: The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution" (The Free Press) by Professor
>>Michael J. Behe of Lehigh University.
> You might also recommend the op-ed article Behe published in the
> _New York Times_ several weeks back, and the letters to the
> editor published in response.
>Mark D. Garfinkel (e-mail: mg16 at midway.uchicago.edu. Ask for PGP public key)
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Thanks for the correction. Actually, I don't remember ever hearing the qupte
you mentioned, but I have heard the theology one. The point is that one's
theology (and everyone has a set of beliefs about God) colors their entire
worldview, including science. Hence the queenship.