Tag: Charles Darwin
Scott Turner’s Darwin-Skeptical Purpose and Desire Wins Praise from the New York Times
A “notable” addition to the Darwin literature, a “good read and a strong pitch” – agreed, though we’d go further. If Turner is right, his argument would change everything.
“Communism Was Welded to Darwinism”
You never know who’s going to turn up at Q&A with Jonathan Wells and John West.
Alt-Right’s Interest in Evolution Makes Sense. An Obsession with Taylor Swift? Much Less So
I heard a promotion on our local NPR station for a report about the alt-right and their dual infatuation with Medieval Europe and pop star Taylor Swift.
A.N. Wilson in The Times – Against Darwinist Absolutism
Wilson’s forthcoming biography appears to be part of a larger rethink of evolution that is bubbling away in a variety of areas.
Evolution and the Alt-Right, Continued
While the Confederate cause in the Civil War has been the subject of much chatter, the modern racial right owes far more to Charles Darwin than to Robert E. Lee.