Tag: Thomas Kuhn
Jonathan Wells: Scientific Revolutions and Counter-Revolutions
Thomas Kuhn argued from the history of science that reigning scientific paradigms do not give way gently and rationally before new and conflicting evidence.
The Triumphalism of Strickberger’s Evolution
The oversimplification here is staggering (Darwin and women’s rights?!) and would take an entire book to unpack.
Trapped in the Naturalistic Parabola
You may have noticed a strange loop which arises spontaneously in many sectors of the intelligent design debate.
Opposition Is True Friendship: A Remembrance of Adolf Grünbaum (1923-2018)
How an atheist philosopher of science mentored an intelligent design theorist.
Nature Reviews Genetics — Pseudogene Function Is “Prematurely Dismissed”
As Seth W. Cheetham and his co-authors put it, biology suffers from “demotivation into exploring pseudogene function by the a priori assumption that they are functionless.”