[LMB] When World-Views Collide, books
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Fri Jan 7 12:13:00 GMT 2022
> On Jan 7, 2022, at 6:57 AM, Raymond Collins <rcrcoll6 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've been thinking, that the earliest form of communication between
> organisms of a single species has been pheromones. And that, despite the
> fact we have evolved our ability to communicate verbally with each other.
> It's pheromones that affect or metabolism and eventually our behavior.
> Imagine 'Romeo and Juliet' without pheromones.
> Romeo: "Hi I'm Romeo, "
> Juliet: "Juliet, "
> Romeo: "Our parents are douchbags,"
> Juliet: "You got that right!"
> Romeo: "well catch you later, Mercutio's taking me out to a boar fight!"
> Juliet: "sure, whatever, "
> And doeth end “Romeo and Juliet" without pheromones.
I sometimes wonder if people who believe in free will, ever when through puberty.
A simple chemical change and _everything_ changes in a preestablished pattern.
It is wrong, always, everywhere, and for everyone, to believe anything upon insufficient evidence.” —W. K. Clifford (1845–1879), “The Ethics” My take is belief should be proportional to the evidence.
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