St. Thomas laid the intellectual groundwork for modern natural science — the absolute distinction between existence and essence.
I can describe anything you like in whatever detail you like, but you can’t know whether it exists or not merely by its description.
Dr. Marks is obviously right. A sculpture has more information than the raw material from which the image was sculpted.
And a bad year for a 19th-century creation myth. It’s understandable that Darwinists are a bit dejected.
Nature is like a stack of books, sessile, until moved.