A friend recommends this passage from biologist Wayne Rossiter’s book Shadow of Oz for its delightful analogy.
When you read Matti Leispola’s account of his adventures with a persecuted enclave of Darwin skeptics, you’ll understand why he has a smile on his face.
Cardiff University philosopher Orestis Palermos was at the center of a stir last week for a claim he made in an online lecture.
A New Yorker obit for naturalist atheist philosopher Jerry Fodor noted Fodor’s dismissal of the “natural selection” cult but, surprisingly, did not offer polite contempt.
It’s not just that media-darling disciplines ruled by naturalism fail the facts. They fail at precisely the points where they should succeed if naturalism were true.