Science After Babel: An Exercise in Self-Criticism
Until the day before yesterday, the imperial architects of the scientific revolution were well satisfied and sleek as seals.
Dangerous Skating: Kauffman, Jaeger, and Roli on the Need for a New Teleology
Openly breaking with naturalism can get one dispatched to the gulag of intelligent design. For most scholars, that is a one-way trip to academic Siberia.
Nancy Pearcey on the Politics of Darwinism, Then and Now
The problem with wedding Darwinism and theism is that ultimately it turns one’s understanding of God into something that is largely private and subjective.
Joana Xavier, Skepticism About Design, and a Fable About a Gray Parrot with an iPad
Xavier, of University College London, is a young origin-of-life researcher who has steadily pursued questions of central importance.
There Is No Settled “Theory of Evolution”
What is evolution? In other words, what is core to the theory — and not forfeitable? It’s naturalism. Period.