Thursday, February 12, 2015


Feyerabend also objected to the claim that science is superior to other modes of knowledge. He was particularly enraged at the tendency of Western states to foist the products of science - whether the theory of evolution, nuclear power plants, or gigantic particle accelerators - on people against their will. "There is separation between state and church," he complained, "but none between state and science!"

John Horgan [The End of Science, 1996]

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