The scheme has a name, a blandly harmless-sounding one. It’s called “indirect costs.”
Viewing the brain as a computer, for example, obscures many things about the brain and the mind that exceed computers, both quantitatively and qualitatively.
“There is intelligence that underlies the evolutionary process. You cannot explain it without that.”
Miller is one of those “settled science” bullies. Here he sets his sights on essayist Marilynne Robinson.
If you want to know what scientists themselves think about the current status of evolutionary theory, you have to look behind the curtain.