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Error Number: 1114
The Error returned was:
The table '(temporary)' is full
SQL query:

SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Explanation The nature of scientific explanation is probably the philosophical topic that has provoked the greatest&nbsp;number of interchanges between philosophers of&nbsp;science and archaeologists. The new archaeologists&nbsp;believed that archaeologists could make their explanations scientific by formulating them according to&nbsp;the pattern of Hempel’s deductive-nomological (D-N)&nbsp;model, which says that for an event to be explained&nbsp;scientifically, its description must be shown to be the&nbsp;conclusion of a deductive argument that has as its&nbsp;premises statements of initial conditions and at least&nbsp;one universal law. To take a rather old-fashioned but&nbsp;simple example of D-N explanation, one explains&nbsp;why inserting a penny in place of a blown fuse&nbsp;restores electrical current by citing the initial condition that the penny is made of copper, along with the&nbsp;universal law that all copper conducts electricity.&nbsp;Critics were quick to point out that ') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Explanation The nature of scientific explanation is probably the philosophical topic that has provoked the greatest&nbsp;number of interchanges between philosophers of&nbsp;science and archaeologists. The new archaeologists&nbsp;believed that archaeologists could make their explanations scientific by formulating them according to&nbsp;the pattern of Hempel’s deductive-nomological (D-N)&nbsp;model, which says that for an event to be explained&nbsp;scientifically, its description must be shown to be the&nbsp;conclusion of a deductive argument that has as its&nbsp;premises statements of initial conditions and at least&nbsp;one universal law. To take a rather old-fashioned but&nbsp;simple example of D-N explanation, one explains&nbsp;why inserting a penny in place of a blown fuse&nbsp;restores electrical current by citing the initial condition that the penny is made of copper, along with the&nbsp;universal law that all copper conducts electricity.&nbsp;Critics were quick to point out that ') AND id != 89177 AND approve=1 AND date < '2020-07-09 03:38:56' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5