A dichotomy between « science as a philosophy » and « science as an institution »?

Science lost a portion of the public when they followed the evidence to conclusions that were inconvenient for those peoples’ political and religious beliefs. As an example, the science demonstrating the human impact on global warming is lock tight, and yet there are religious and political factions that refuse to accept the science simply because they don’t like those conclusions. That isn’t a failure of science as a philosophy or institution.


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