The problem is that you could just as easily say that babies were designed to attract care, as adults were designed to care for them.
I’m interested in “science as a cultural domain,” too. And here’s a great illustration of how the culture changes.
Take a look inside the university’s Cupples Hall where, down in the basement, psychological tests, “including pain testing,” were conducted on evolutionary “missing links.”
Darwinian evolution and intelligent design are competing theories of biological origins, but they are more than that.
It must be hard for young daters to follow. It’s an even bigger challenge to square with Darwin’s theory.