William Wordsworth’s Posthumous Challenge to Darwinian Nihilism
Paradoxically, Wordsworth’s theology may have formed a more effective counterforce to Darwin’s ideas than Biblical orthodoxy itself.
A Wordsworthian Disciple: William Hale White
Many reported being “converted” to a Wordsworthian view of the world after reading him.
Darwin, Wordsworth, and Natural Theology
I give here a short sample of just one of the passages in “Tintern Abbey” where Wordsworth reports undergoing what might be described as a moment of epiphany.
Natural Revelation and Natural Selection: Wordsworth versus Darwin
It has long been recognized that the many hymns to Nature in the poetic works of William Wordsworth (1770-1850) convey an implicit belief in natural theology.
Chatbots Might Chat, But They’re Not People
A Google engineer claims a chatbot meditates, believes itself to have a soul, has emotions like fear, and enjoys reading.