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Why do you want to know their age?
I'm tempted to suggest the hypothesis that as one gets older the brain
becomes more dysfunctional, but that would be JR bringing out the worst in
> From: Robin Faichney
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> On Sun, Apr 15, 2001 at 06:15:26AM -0700, J. R. Molloy wrote:
> > From: "Scott Chase" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > > Philosophy is an hypothesis?
> > Well no, not exactly. The word philosophy stands for a whole bunch of
> > hypotheses, too numerous to list. I guess I could have referred to it as
> > useless cognitive process, but hypothesis is good enough.
> > > I thought it more of a discpline or field of
> > > thought which might contain hypotheses within it. Thanx for warning me
> > > philosophy is a dead end. I wonder if I can use this argument as a
> means of
> > > securing a refund of several books I've bought.
> > lol, you're welcome, Scott. Don't expect any refunds. Philosophers are
> > notoriously dishonest.
> > BTW, I didn't include "religion" in the list because I consider that a
> > dysfunction.
> I'd be interested to learn your age, JR.
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