Tag: Alfred Russel Wallace
Resolved: If He Were Alive Today, Alfred Russel Wallace Would Be an Intelligent Design Advocate
No religious believer, evolutionary theory’s co-discoverer came to argue in terms remarkably similar to arguments made today by intelligent-design theorists. Or did he?
Alfred Russel Wallace Was a Hyper-Evolutionist, Not an Intelligent Design Creationist
In Wallace’s science there is no supernatural. There is only the natural and unexplained phenomenon yet to be incorporated into the natural sciences.
Intelligent Design at the Frontier of Astrobiology and Biophysics
Earlier this month, Nature looked ahead at “five experiments as hard as finding the Higgs.” Two of them have relevance to the debate between naturalistic evolution and intelligent design.
Darwin Plagiarism Charge Resurfaces in Time for Alfred Russel Wallace Documentary and Debate
Wallace would break from Darwin in 1869 and develop a theory of intelligent evolution that in many ways presaged modern intelligent design theory.
Following the Evidence Where It Leads: Observations on Dembski’s Exchange with Shapiro
What if we detect pervasive signs of design, or information input, that require intelligent agency? At what point does the possibility of intelligent design become acceptable to the broader scientific community?