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Initial post: 29 Jun 2007 23:52:05 BDT
Olly Buxton says:
Stephen,
I've read many of your reviews before and have enjoyed them greatly. I would be interested to know whether Dawkins addresses (other that with the usual imperious, but dismissive, wave of the hand) the genuine concerns about his "science is a candle in the dark" programme from a pragmatist (that's a polite way of saying "relativist") perspective? Dawkins is a fabulous scientist; he's always struck me as a second rate philosopher, and it would be good to know if he's made any concrete headway here?

Regards
Olly Buxton
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Unweaving the Rainbow: Science, Delusion and the Appetite for Wonder (Penguin Press Science) by Richard Dawkins (Paperback - 30 Sep 1999)
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