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He is blinded by science and can't understand philosophy.
Your application of philosophy is misguided sophistry. Or worst, deliberate sophistry.
I have shown clear distinction between science and philosophy.
One is real while the other is speculation.
In that case, all doctors of philosophy are going to be dipshit one way
That is a traditional title and has nothing to do with the subject in
which the degree is earned.
IOW, no one knows what the fuck it means. So much for the idiots who
consider themselves educated.
Of course everyone knows what it means. It means the person has
reached a particular level in their education and that level is
recognized by the establishment involved the specialty.
Unfortunately, the person knows nothing about philosophy while
pretending to be a doctor of philosophy.
It's a title and everyone but you knows it has nothing to do with
philosophy. It is a archaic holdover from much earlier in education
It's a fucking lie. That is what it is.
You are the only one who seems to think it has something to do with
Did you bother to read my reference?
The word philosophy is written in their deceptive title.
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It indicates the attainment of a doctorial level degree and has
different names in different areas such as the law.
If you are really interested (which I doubt) there is an excellent
That article contains this:
In the context of the Doctor of Philosophy and other similarly titled
degrees, the term "philosophy" does not refer to the field or academic
discipline of philosophy, but is used in a broader sense in accordance
with its original Greek meaning, which is "love of wisdom." In most of
Europe, all fields (history, philosophy, social sciences, mathematics,
and natural philosophy/sciences) other than theology, law, and medicine
(the so-called professional, vocational, or technical curriculum) were
traditionally known as philosophy, and in Germany and elsewhere in Europe
the basic faculty of liberal arts was known as the "faculty of philosophy."
In ancient times, what we now call "science"* was known as
"natural philosophy." The discipline grew so large that it
essentially "hived off" into its own "universe." Similarly,
academic philosophy split from theology.
To an atheist, doing theology is applying philosophy to
something imaginary. When, for example, a physicist studies
something speculative, it will eventually be disproved. If not,
it remains a possibility, and might even become part of an
accepted theory, but not "the word of ghaaawwwd!"
* "Philosophy" is from the Greek, while "science" comes
from Latin. The two terms were often used synonymously.