What Lucretius once termed in the widest sense “the nature of things” is no respecter of modern scientific conventions.
Evolutionary psychologists are prone to make up just-so stories which are then passed off as being entirely veridical.
Did the admirably candid Charles Darwin himself really believe all that he wrote about evolution?
My attempt to disentangle this “case” forensically was to lead me on what was often a surprising journey of discovery.
I had once assumed that any opposition to Darwin must necessarily be confined to the ranks of such as Biblical fundamentalists.