Cells are intelligent, in a way. But that fact is a much better argument for intelligent design than for the idea that the human intellect is insignificant.
Theoretical biologist Marcello Barbieri finds that many biologists see information in life forms as something that “does not really belong to science.”
Until the day before yesterday, the imperial architects of the scientific revolution were well satisfied and sleek as seals.
They propose the term “biological role” instead. Thus, presumably, “the function of teeth is chewing” becomes “the biological role of teeth is chewing.”
“Modern physics was founded on the separation of mind and matter.” Indeed, it was. And if that doesn’t work, materialism is dead.