Let me tell a little story about blood clotting, Russell Doolittle, and Michael Ruse.
I have long believed that “being alive” is the fundamental predicate to possessing even rudimentary intrinsic moral value.
Avoiding serious discussion of design in nature (and of many other questions) fills a need.
For remarkable blindness to his own “thinking errors,” Dr. Shapiro gets a prize.
A recent column in USA Today by Cal Thomas and Robert Beckel argued for a debate on intelligent design. Patricia Princehouse, a philosopher at Case Western in Cleveland wrote in to say that she and other Darwinists of her acquaintance would welcome a debate and announced it as January 3 in Cleveland. “Put up or shut up,” was the genteel way she issued the invitation. January 3 was then only a month away, with the holidays coming meanwhile. Further, it was unfortunately clear that Dr. Princehouse planned to establish the debate format and other conditions herself. Bill Dembksi expressed a willingness to debate, but wanted to discuss terms. But the Princehouse terms kept changing through yesterday (11 days before the Read More ›