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I saw this exact article on Wikipedia, it was about to be deleted because it wasn't appropriate for an encyclopedia, and because it only has quotes and no content. I don't think we should recreate it here. Also, the quotes are pretty much unrelated to each other or to the concept of humans as "just another species"; they are clearly meant to be applied in a scientific context, not in a moral one. In the scientific sense, humans are just animals with brains and body processes, just like everything else in the animal kingdom, but that isn't relevant to religious or moral matters. [[User:RachelW|RachelW]] 12:08, 19 January 2012 (EST)
 
I saw this exact article on Wikipedia, it was about to be deleted because it wasn't appropriate for an encyclopedia, and because it only has quotes and no content. I don't think we should recreate it here. Also, the quotes are pretty much unrelated to each other or to the concept of humans as "just another species"; they are clearly meant to be applied in a scientific context, not in a moral one. In the scientific sense, humans are just animals with brains and body processes, just like everything else in the animal kingdom, but that isn't relevant to religious or moral matters. [[User:RachelW|RachelW]] 12:08, 19 January 2012 (EST)
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:I brought it here so people can help me improve it. For example, is it really a "scientific" view that  humans are just animals with brains and body processes, just like everything else in the animal kingdom? Or is that view common only in, say, the field of biology? --[[User:Ed Poor|Ed Poor]] <sup>[[User talk:Ed Poor|Talk]]</sup> 12:33, 19 January 2012 (EST)

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Seen at Wikipedia

I saw this exact article on Wikipedia, it was about to be deleted because it wasn't appropriate for an encyclopedia, and because it only has quotes and no content. I don't think we should recreate it here. Also, the quotes are pretty much unrelated to each other or to the concept of humans as "just another species"; they are clearly meant to be applied in a scientific context, not in a moral one. In the scientific sense, humans are just animals with brains and body processes, just like everything else in the animal kingdom, but that isn't relevant to religious or moral matters. RachelW 12:08, 19 January 2012 (EST)

I brought it here so people can help me improve it. For example, is it really a "scientific" view that humans are just animals with brains and body processes, just like everything else in the animal kingdom? Or is that view common only in, say, the field of biology? --Ed Poor Talk 12:33, 19 January 2012 (EST)