Tag: David Hume
On the Miracles of Physiological Design
The book under review is a splendid and uniquely well-informed contribution to the debate about what is by all indices a theory in possibly terminal crisis.
Old Wine in New Bottles: How Darwin Recruited Malthus to Fortify a Failed Idea from Antiquity
It was undoubtedly a tremendous philosophical coup for Darwin whose knowledge of formal philosophy was limited.
From Intelligent Cause to Intelligent Design: My Debt to Charles Thaxton
It is my privilege and honor to recommend this fascinating autobiography — which is also perhaps the least I can do to repay a friend and mentor.
From Darwinists, a Shift in Tone on Nanomachines
The shift in tone from then to now is remarkable. What happened to the awe these systems used to inspire?
The Book That Launched a Thousand Barbs
Briefly, the design inference (the method rather than the book) identifies two features as essential for eliminating chance: improbability and specification.