If biology isn’t designed, which is another way of saying “engineered,” wouldn’t this state of affairs be pretty counterintuitive?
As a fellow mathematician, I would have liked to see from Rosenhouse a vigorous and insightful discussion of my ideas.
“The response would be a lot chillier if they tried the same arguments in front of audiences with the relevant expertise.” Is that so?
These recurrent forms extend from original “primal patterns,” much as argued by such 19th-century opponents of Darwinism as Richard Owen and Louis Agassiz.
Briefly, the design inference (the method rather than the book) identifies two features as essential for eliminating chance: improbability and specification.