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“To think that the Israelites, alone among all other ancient peoples, were interested in or capable of giving some definitive, quasi-scientific, account of human origins is an absurd logic.”
“They are fooled by the subterfuge of the quasi-scientific, and take comfort from the apparent ability of science to discern the universe's infinite origin.”
“Today, we are no less exercised by myths and quasi-scientific beliefs about milk.”
“It may have been selected by elimination, as a relatively neutral and quasi-scientific term.”
“The problem with architecture and urbanism today is its interest in a new autonomy garnered from quasi-scientific processes including but not limited to digital and data-driven design and urban analyses.”
“That these disciplines now focus almost exclusively on a quasi-scientific study of "culture" suggests that "humanities" as an umbrella term ought to just be dropped in favor of the more descriptive "cultural studies," which might indeed include "everything.”
“This problem has suffered the indignity of being dismissed as unimportant to a basic understanding of biology by molecular biology; it went effectively unrecognized by a microbiology still in the throes of trying to find itself; and it became the private domain of a quasi-scientific movement, who secreted it away in a morass of petty scholasticism, effectively disguising the fact that their primary concern with it was ideological, not scientific.”
“I can't muster the same kindness for Colleen Heineman, who attempts a quasi-scientific analysis of household clutter by producing small copper objects.”
“His guilt eventually got the better of him, but instead of confessing immediately, he went to the bookstore and bought his ex-teacher a copy of "The Answer" instead ( "available wherever dubious quasi-scientific self-help books are sold").”
“Her second book, "Spook," explored scientific and quasi-scientific studies of the afterlife.”
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