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  • n. The quality or state of being scientific.


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  • Obama's "scientificity" (great coinage) is just a smokescreen, covering up purely political decisions driven mostly by money: Main RSS Feed

  • Yay for science. oregoncharles -: Obama's "scientificity" ... is just a smokescreen ... " Main RSS Feed

  • Epistemology has itself become a political endeavor, providing scientificity to socialism.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • It appears to me that Mike and Greg have a fundamental disagreement about the scientificity of the unguidedness of evolution.

    Kansas BOE wants to lie to students - Part I - The Panda's Thumb

  • A central part of the scientificity of these discoveries seems to be- besides the way in which the investigations were carried out- that they present knowledge which goes beyond everyday appearance.

    Archive 2005-11-01

  • Instead, the Marburgers argue, its scientificity can only reside in its method, i.e., in the regular and regulated manner of its progress.

    Paul Natorp

  • This is a completely familiar religious attitude, and I suspect it is precisely because so many techno-utopians are deeply invested in an hysterically reductionist fantasy of hyper-scientificity and anti-religiosity that they get particularly queasy when the obvious residue of transcendentality and faith in their formulations gets too close for comfort, and so they start trying to smother it in the terminological equivalent of mounds of styrofoam packing peanuts.

    amor mundi

  • Of course, the pseudo-scientificity on which their claims are based, coupled with the irrationality that drives most people into their futurological sub (cult) ure in the first place ensures that they cannot achieve such mainstream success, hence that's not a going option for them.

    amor mundi


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  • see OED

    noun f, being scientific

    October 3, 2009