Tag: Noam Chomsky
Language: Darwin’s Eternal Mystery
A whole host of “certified geniuses” have failed to crack the human language problem, and this must count as a blow to Darwinian ideas of evolution.
Toward a New Natural Theology
Alfred Wallace was arguing his position from simple logic rather than on the authority of revelation from any of the Abrahamic faiths.
Reviewing Sapiens — Back to the Guy Who Lost His Faith Over Harari
Podcaster Sam Davis told Justin Brierley that what did it for him was reading Yuval Noah Harari’s idea that “humanity is a weaver of stories.”
Why Computers Will Likely Never Perform Abductive Inferences
If you are going to get a computer to achieve anything like understanding in some subject area, it needs a lot of knowledge.
Michael Ruse on Purpose: The Flies in the Ointment
Ruse’s chronological snobbery might be forgiven if the claims he makes for Darwinism can be unequivocally substantiated.