Tag: Oxford University
Can LSD Help Us Understand the Mind–Brain Relationship?
Aldous Huxley noted that LSD “lowers the efficiency of the brain as an instrument for focusing the mind on the problems of life.”
C. S. Lewis Society Webinars with Meyer (Tonight!), Behe, Wells, and Ferrer
Earlier this month, the society’s Executive Director, Tom Woodward, interviewed Oxford mathematician John Lennox. That was as wonderful as you would expect.
Webinar with John Lennox: The “Brilliant Design” of Our Universe
“Is it plausible any longer to view our cosmos as coming from chance interactions of matter and energy — from ‘pure dumb luck’?”
Iconoclast: Farewell to Tom Bethell
I remember having an exchange with Tom about the meaning of his last name, which seems to correspond to the Biblical place name Beth El, meaning “House of God.”
Excerpt: Darwinism and Design
Much of the difficulty here arises in the differing standards that different disciplines have for what constitutes an “explanation.”