The whole point of selection was to bias or direct the deliverances of chance variation, so that “luck” didn’t have to do all the work.
It is, as Professor Behe acknowledges, a charming tale, but not very relevant as far as the details of the scientific debate go.
“Many will read this book for the close, elegant reasoning, the astonishing erudition, or the mordant analysis. I confess I read it for the prose.”
Darwin’s racist and pro-eugenics thinking, combined with some implications of his theory that he expressed, laid the groundwork for Hitler’s diabolical outlook.
Rosenhouse’s book is objectively bad. It purports to be a critique of mathematics as used by ID proponents and of my mathematical work in particular.