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  • X-utility is a formal concept which in its pure form is a-scientific logic because it has no substantive content and hence is un-empirical.

    THE MORAL DIMENSION

  • X-utility is a formal concept which in its pure form is a-scientific logic because it has no substantive content and hence is un-empirical.

    THE MORAL DIMENSION

  • Why did the IPCC included a non peer reviewed paper on cost impact of their unproven a-scientific theory of AGW; that was published BEFORE the report stating there was NO STATISTICAL link?

    The Guardian World News

  • Statements such as “it’s wrong [empirically] but done very elegantly [mathematically]” ought not to be seen as compliments; they suggest that neoclassical theorems have become a-scientific, logical perhaps but not empirically true.

    THE MORAL DIMENSION

  • Statements such as “it’s wrong [empirically] but done very elegantly [mathematically]” ought not to be seen as compliments; they suggest that neoclassical theorems have become a-scientific, logical perhaps but not empirically true.

    THE MORAL DIMENSION

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