Amount of texts to »astrology« 15, and there are 13 texts (86.67%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
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First text on May 8th 2000, 12:55:24 wrote
dan b pearl about astrology
Latest text on Jul 16th 2005, 12:39:17 wrote
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dan b pearl wrote on May 8th 2000, 12:55:24 about

astrology

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Bernard Williams (1973) depicts as »our standard situation«:
»our standard situation with regard to knowledge (in relation to other persons) is that of trying to find somebody who knows what we don't know; that is, to find somebody who is a source of reliable information about something

Discounting sceptics out for fresh bunk to debunk, those who open a book on astrology are, in accordance with Williams's description, those who:
(a) anticipate that the text will give a fair and accurate introduction to astrology
& (b) are interested in the »something« about which astrology promises to be a reliable source of information.

matthew wrote on May 1st 2004, 10:05:44 about

astrology

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»What's your signnever worked for me.

I'm more of a »What's your favorite bookkind of guy.

the old pirate wrote on Mar 4th 2001, 20:23:52 about

astrology

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Astrology was disregarded as a scientific principle over two thousand years ago, except by the Church and the feebleminded.

the old pirate wrote on Mar 11th 2001, 17:41:05 about

astrology

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The ancient astrologers themselves discounted astrology thousands of years ago, and replaced it something far more accurate: divining the future by rolling the knuckle bones of sheep, pigs and goats.

But this, too, lacked the accuracy they craved, so they found an even more precise method – viewing the entrails of a disemboweled chicken.
At last, they thought, at last we've found the ideal way.

citron vert wrote on Apr 4th 2001, 20:06:36 about

astrology

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Q: How can you tell that there is an astrologer at a party?

A: She'll tell you.

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