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August 24, 2008



I think Professor Dawkins is spot on here. Evolution has gifted us the ability to rise above the mechanism that created us. This is something to be genuinely celebrated!

On a side note - the boundary between science and philosophy seems to be more fluid than ever. Psychology, neurology and evolutionary biology seem to be telling us what and why we are *but* philosophy seems to still be required to determine how we should be. At least I hope so, because I wanted to do a philosophy with the OU but am scared it'll be increasingly irrelevant in the future!

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