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.
They could just as well say that whatever created horses created unicorns, too.