Tag: philosophy of science
Stephen Meyer: Has the West Forgotten God?
Meyer revisits Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s Templeton Prize speech from May 10, 1983. He argues that Solzhenitsyn’s indictment is more timely than ever.
Listen: Stephen Meyer Takes on All Challenges
We’ve been sharing some of our favorite recent interviews with the author. In our final entry, enjoy 30 minutes of Dr. Meyer in fine form.
Stephen Meyer on Darwin’s Other Doubt
Listen to a probing conversation about the growing evidence for intelligent design and the scientific and philosophical problems with Darwinian materialism.
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.
Theory in Crisis? Dissatisfaction and the Proliferation of New Articulations
A growing number of biologists now acknowledge that there are serious problems with modern evolutionary theory.