Tag: Darwin’s Heretic (Alfred Wallace)
Rewatching Darwin’s Heretic
Of course I’ve seen it before — but wow, I’m reminded both of the power of its message and beauty of the production itself.
For Telling the Truth About Alfred Russel Wallace, Historian Michael Flannery Is Slandered as a "Denialist"
George Beccaloni, Flannery’s prominent antagonist in the battle over Wallace’s legacy, prefers to “ignore” Wallace’s turn toward proto-intelligent design.
Did I Too Conveniently Omit Mention of Alfred Russel’s Wallace Interest in Spiritualism?
Wallace’s argument for guidance and purpose in the universe is made quite apart from his spiritualistic beliefs.
On Alfred Russel Wallace, NPR Gets It Right, Sort Of . . .
It’s too bad that Anthony Kuhn and others cannot tell what Paul Harvey used to call “the rest of the story.”
What Would a World Without Darwin Look Like?
Imagine that Darwin had fallen overboard and there was no Origin of Species or anything else from his pen.