What is childish is to jump immediately to that conclusion about my question, since it is a comment about me personally rather than a response to the content of the post.Quote
I don't understand your question: are you asking whether the majority opinion of philosophers is worth considering?
That's weirdly childish.
Of course, the views of philosophers have always taught us a great deal and are very important, but if their philosophies about how to live, think, vbehave etc include a belief in something entirely lacking in what we now know, and have known for quite a few centuries, as scientific and objective evidence, then those views need to be strongly challenged. Would you have children taught that philosophers' views trump the objective ones of science?