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"Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge: it is those who know little, and not those who know much, who so positively assert that this or that problem will never be solved by science."
- Charles Darwin
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  1. There is a Bitcoin discussion going on by Genecks in Community / Off Topic
    It's here: I'm in a hurry, but I want to thank all of you for your help in helping me with philosophy issues. Sorry if there is a cross-posting issue. I'll consider it reasonable. I'm in a hurry. Peace out.
  2. Golden ratio by Libby Porteous in Philosophy of the Arts
    Do you believe that humans naturally find shapes with certain ratios pleasing to the eye? Are we wired to find a certain kind of proportion beautiful? Have humans unconsciously used these instincts through-out history whilst designing buildings and creating art? I'm looking for own opinions rather...
  3. Godel sentence and diagonalzation by arupel in Logic and Philosophy of Math
    I can swallow diagonalization of numbers. I can accept that Godel's sentence can be expressed in terms of Peanno arithmetic. But I cannot understand how diag,onalization works on the other side. First Godel's sentence is expressed in terms of Godel's number system. Then the whole statement, This t...
  4. Freedom as a Consequence of Skepticism by SocratesPupil in Metaphysics and Epistemology
    We observe the physical world, but are limited in the understanding of the physical world. Observations begin to evolve into knowledge when we are able to classify those observations using language or memory. Each mental element distinguishes a physical element (i.e., each word, each memory). A soph...
  5. God and TIme by Albert Camus in Philosophy of Religion
    However, God must have also created time itself- if god is the creator of all things. So how does causation occur from a timeless state? So how does god timelessly create time? I was looking around and found this, but i dont know if...