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- adj. Not guided; without a guide
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not guided; not led or conducted.
- Not regulated; ungoverned.
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- adj. not subject to guidance or control after launching
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In other words, the term unguided came from the ID minority and the majority and scientists argued against the inclusion of this term.
The irony of it all is that the term unguided was added by the ID minority in Kansas.
The irony of this all is that the term unguided was added to the text by the ID minority in Kansas… If DougMoran considers that ACLU ‘intellectual terrorists’ for supposedly not opposing teaching that evolution is unguided, I wonder what words he has reserved for those in Kansas who insisted on including this into the science curriculum.
In fact, if you read through the Kansas science hearings held last May, you would have found scientists such as Steve Case arguing against the use of the word unguided in the standards.
(Of course, to anyone who is a true believer in unguided processes, every apparent gap in their ability is always only a gap in our knowledge.
Sweller, and Clark accurately call unguided learning or minimal guidance learning.
I don't know if you can follow that, but the bottom line again is that we have no principled way to draw a line between cognitive functions and non-cognitive, "unguided", "blind" processes. aiguy: The phrase "at least human-like intelligence" only makes sense to me if it means "would get higher scores on the same IQ tests we give to other human beings".
But in your case, you know from personal experience that I was ready, willing and able to take on one of the world's greatest Christian philosophers when he claimed that Christian scientists must reject "unguided" Darwinism.
This is why terorrist organizations like Hamas resort to the use of devices such as unguided missiles to reignite simmering hostilities.
JP-II did not specifically endorse the idea of unguided evolution, and Schonborn’s other quotes of JP-II show that JP-II opposed this idea.