Purely physical explanations have difficulty in explaining the language-like features of communication between the coronavirus and a cell.
Of all the discoveries made on mankind’s long march to civilization, there was one primal discovery that made the realization of all else possible.
Researchers felt compelled to describe biological information using such phrases as “coding schemes,” “carries meaning,” “core program,” and “hierarchical rules (grammar).”
Earlier today we saw that philosopher Subrena E. Smith levied a harsh critique of evolutionary psychology.
Ann Gauger talks with host Sarah Chaffee about a central argument used by evolutionary biologists.