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The beginnings of modern science shaped how philosophers saw alien life – and how we understand it today

By Philip C. Almond, Emeritus Professor in the History of Religious Thought, The University of Queensland
When scientists observed planets revolved around the Sun, they posited we were now like other planets. And if other planets were like Earth, then they most likely also had inhabitants.The Conversation

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