28 JAN 2012 by ideonexus

 Humans Condemn and Revere Science

The attitude which the man in the street unconsciously adopts towards science is capricious and varied. At one moment he scorns the scientist for a highbrow, at another anathematizes him for blasphemously undermining his religion; but at the mention of a name like Edison he falls into a coma of veneration. When he stops to think, he does recognize, however, that the whole atmosphere of the world in which he lives is tinged by science, as is shown most immediately and strikingly by our modern ...
Folksonomies: science religion
Folksonomies: science religion
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They condemn it for hurting religion, but cherish the modern conveniences it provides.