The rejectionist

The Philosophers' Magazine 42 (42):120-126 (2008)
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I think philosophers are probably quite jealous of science and this is why they come up with all this nonsense to try to show it’s not as reliable as people like to think it is. Look at how successful science is – philosophy is not successful – it’s achieved nothing.



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