German theoretical physicist Sabine Hossenfelder takes even human choices to be merely an illusory experience.
Something immaterial can’t have an effect on the material realm, presumably, so how would it be selected as advantageous by Darwinian natural selection?
Around 50 BC Titus Lucretius Carus wrote a long treatise against finding purpose in nature.
Nineteenth-century Darwinism was much more than a revolutionary scientific theory.
What was possible for Mark Studdock — the realization that much of contemporary civilization is built on lies — is still possible for any thoughtful person.