> Of course he did -- he existed and he was alive -- there for he
>had credencials. There are credntial for "moral philosopher"?
>I sure don't think so.
Of course there are credentials for "moral philosopher." They don't have to be
granted by a university to be credentials. The concept of replacing the word
"person" with "moral philosopher" is absurd.
The point is that Einstein's intelligence in physics does not transfer to
excellence in moral philosophy (as some desire) or politics (as others desire).
The initial use of Einstein's name in this thread was simply another exercise
in poor thinking.