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Confusions of positivism

August 30th, 2009 · No Comments

The Triumph Of Positivism
One of the most confusing aspects of Darwinism is the way, in the name of the Enlightenment on the part of its fans, it represents a decline rather than an advance. This, and the rise of positivism, thus confuse people because by the normal law of succession thence progress the later should be the better.
Here the study of the eonic effect can instantly unravel the confusion with its ‘discrete-continuous’ model and the study of the timing of the Enlightenment. Positivism is already, thus, a kind of decline from the Enlightenment.

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