Tag: Carnegie Mellon University
Can Self-Organization Theory Account for Consciousness?
One difficulty is that many humans produce a “self” with split brains, a brain missing key components, or half a brain. That’s not consistent with materialism.
Opposition Is True Friendship: A Remembrance of Adolf Grünbaum (1923-2018)
How an atheist philosopher of science mentored an intelligent design theorist.
Designs in Miniature — Some Are the Most Wonderful of All
The smaller a design, the harder it may be to detect. But miniature designs can inspire awe more than large ones.
Intelligent Design and the Study of Epidemics
The reality to which these scientists are “one step closer” is the fact that ID research is indispensable to medicine and biology.