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Drama originated as an adversary to philosophy's pursuit of the true and real. Aren’t ambivalence and ambiguity the architects of story? Where do reason and the order of things lose their power? - Question/Answer Now Playing


Drama originated as an adversary to philosophy's pursuit of the true and real. Aren’t ambivalence and ambiguity the architects of story? Where do reason and the order of things lose their power?

Nov 30, 2011

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Drama originated as an adversary to philosophy's pursuit of the true and real. Aren’t ambivalence and ambiguity the architects of story? Where do reason and the order of things lose their power? - Question/Answer Q & A Discussion


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Bass wrote
at Dec 01, 2011 - 6:35 PM
I would argue that science is not an avenue for Truth. Science is a wonderful discipline, but it grants only facts and information of the observable world. It collates data. The law of gravity is a fact, but it's not Truth. This is the same for evolution or cosmology or neuroscience. Wonderful, important disciplines of knowledge, but I would argue, not of Truth.

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