I found their review utterly convincing — although probably not in the way the authors might hope.
In a few days I will offer a detailed rebuttal. But here is the overwhelmingly important point to notice right up front.
When someone opens what should be a scholarly debate with name-calling, innuendo, and accusations of dishonesty, it’s hard to respect that person.
Some form of dualism may well be a properly basic belief, justified by the universal human experience.
Bishop and O’Connor claim that in Darwin’s Doubt, my “analysis assumes that… mind is fundamentally immaterial.”