Tag: Richard Dawkins
Born on the Same Day, What if Lincoln and Darwin Met?
For the body politic, policies that take natural selection seriously will increasingly restrain human life and freedom in the face of competing animal and ecological interests.
“A Bit Unprepossessing”: Plantinga on the Logic of Dawkins’s Blind Watchmaker
As we head into Evolution Sunday, I offer this second installment in a series of reviews of Alvin Plantinga’s long-awaited new book.
British Free Schools that Teach Intelligent Design as Science Will Lose Funding
Richard Dawkins and David Attenborough are celebrating this new development as a victory over the “creationists.”
“Is James Shapiro a Design Theorist?”: James Shapiro Replies
What is wrong with “dancing in the DMZ” between intelligent design and neo-Darwinism? Are these two positions the only alternatives?
Professor Angry and the Argument from Probabilistic Resources
An anonymous professor at the University of Minnesota tries to knock down not an actual argument for intelligent design but the most simplistic parody.