Aquinas’ Fifth Way: The Proof from Specification
What’s remarkable in nature is not so much that nature follows complex patterns, but that it follows any pattern at all.
Aquinas’ Third Way: An Analogy to Moonlight
Imagine that you are an astronomer on a world with one moon. It is always night on your world, and the moon is the only body in the sky.
Marcos Eberlin Has a Remarkable New Definition of Science
He suggests to me yet another good question to ask the next Darwinist you meet.
Trends in Philosophy of Science: What Does “Semantic Information” Mean?
Theorists hope to alleviate a deficiency in Shannon information theory, which dealt only with the structure of a communication, not its semantics.
Knowledge, Power, and the Scientific Enlightenment
A focus on power, to the neglect of wisdom, is fine, as long as it is recognized that mechanical philosophy is incomplete.