What was unclear was whether his rage against intelligent design reflected just an isolated problem in his thinking, or whether it’s something more system-wide.
What you’d expect is humans more or less on the level of animals — not greatly exceeding them in evil, or greatly transcending them in good.
At the University of Eldoret, in Kenya, we were greeted with — no joke — a band and a red carpet.
Was Darwin a Nazi? Of course not. But did his ideas form a causal nexus via Galton to ideas that would be integrated into Nazi policy? Yes.
At some point, it might be reasonable to ask, why is religion forbidden while politics is allowed to invade everything?