The philosopher argues against naturalistic evolution, while differing from intelligent design theorists in his approach to the question.
Scientists can get along without Aristotle’s metaphysics, says Feser, but science can’t.
Life and the cosmos were evidently designed by a mind with the ability to look forward, toward the future, and anticipate problems which could then be addressed before they come up.
Yuval Noah Harari quickly gets down to business, unsentimentally shredding Jefferson’s noble phrases.
“If you actually believe we evolved out of the primordial soup and through happenstance got here, by accident, then our lives literally have no meaning.”