Re: [OPE] Science and scientology

From: howard engelskirchen <>
Date: Mon Jun 08 2009 - 15:15:34 EDT

You miss my point, Jerry. Why do you presume I presume? I have some
experience learning about the world I engage and draw conclusions from it.
No matter. It is the rhetorical style of the list. Have a great voyage!


howard engelskirchen
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From: "GERALD LEVY" <>
To: "Outline on Political Economy mailing list" <>
Sent: Monday, June 08, 2009 12:41 PM
Subject: RE: [OPE] Science and scientology

If you look at *any* source presuming that it will shed enormous light
on a subject of great concern, then the likelihood will be that you
will find what you are looking for. This, however, is not a scientific
method of investigation.

In solidarity, Jerry

> "It's a
> history of thought question which, by itself, doesn't shed any light
> on the actual scientific subject."
> This is a very useful distinction, and one that clarifies the importance
> of
> accurately understanding Marx. He still manages to shed enormous light on
> actual scientific subjects of immense
> concern._______________________________________________
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