Empirical perspectives on state, church, and science

Bayesian inference makes possible an empirical view of correlation-based complexity that might help one put disparate perspectives into a common context. For example, most carefully considered world views are (it seems) not inconsistent with these observations:

Other questions addressable: Where and how do replicable codes live? Why do the concepts of left and right ring a bell with some? Do the concepts of state, church, and science also have natural roots? Which traits evolved from our shared stone-age history are helping us out in this age of rapid communications, and which are causing us some handicap?

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