In order to think scientifically, you must have an advanced degree in science. Right?
Chaitin discusses his beginnings in computer science, growing up in the 1960s a stone’s throw from Central Park, historic scientists in his field, and more.
They also answer logical challenges directed at intelligent design theory and highlight crucial problems with thinking that science thrives best on its own.
Whatever else might be said of Ruse and his work, like all his books this one is worth having on the shelf.
Dr. Richards addresses David Hume’s critique of analogical arguments like those used by William Paley.