Here is a simple analogy. Imagine a planetary rover lands on the north pole of a planet, and the humans controlling it wish to drive to the south pole.
As Hedin puts it, “The universe reveals who we are by allowing us to make free choices.” In other words, the ball is in our court.
Desperate to justify their worldview as legitimate, some Darwinians are making up new “laws of nature” to appear smiling inside the big tent of science.
Human beings must have freedom of choice if our actions are to have any meaning beyond the impersonal and predictable outcomes governed by the laws of physics.
We regard Kojonen’s model as nuanced, erudite, and fair-minded. It is a model of fine scholarship and deserves serious attention.