Philosophy of Science Quotes.

1. "To deny the necessity or value of metaphysics is to assert a metaphysical principle, just as to say a religion must be without dogmas is to assert a dogma."
- Fulton J. Sheen, Philosophy of Science

2. "If you know where you are, you do not know how fast you are moving, and if you know how fast you are moving, you do not know where you are."
- Fulton J. Sheen, Philosophy of Science

3. "Facts in our day are not the same as the facts in the time of Aristotle or Thomas Aquinas. But the principles by which these facts are interpreted have not changed, for common sense remains essentially the same throughout the ages."
- Fulton J. Sheen, Philosophy of Science

4. "The soul cannot be seen in a biological laboratory, any more than pain can be seen on an operating table."
- Fulton J. Sheen, Philosophy of Science

5. "The assumption that numbers and mathematical or logical laws are mental is due to the even more widespread notion that only particular sensible entities exist in nature, and that relations abstractions, or universals cannot have any such objective existence - hence they are given a shadowy existence in the mind."
- Fulton J. Sheen, Philosophy of Science

6. "The term science means something quite different for our generation than it did not so many generations ago."
- Fulton J. Sheen, Philosophy of Science

7. "Abstraction is the condition of the science of metaphysics, but in no way is its content."
- Fulton J. Sheen, Philosophy of Science

8. "Since evil is nothing positive, there can be no principle of evil. It has no meaning expect in reference to something good."
- Fulton J. Sheen, Philosophy of Science

9. "Philosophy, like science, is only a collection of hypotheses, introduced for the usefulness of the ensemble, or for economy of thought."
- Fulton J. Sheen, Philosophy of Science

10. "These are but a few specimens of philosophy which is no longer conscious of its own intrinsic worth, and which sees no higher mission in life for itself than applying the categories of the material to the spiritual, of the physical to the mental, and the spatio-temporal to the eternal."
- Fulton J. Sheen, Philosophy of Science

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