Tag: Werner Heisenberg
Darwin and the Loss of the Enlightenment Paradigm
As a plethora of books, articles, and TV programs have recently intoned, our almost complete ignorance of the nature of ultimate reality has been laid bare.
At the Bottom of the Glass, God Is Waiting
The German physicist Werner Heisenberg (1901-1976) is one of the fathers of quantum mechanics and ranks among the greatest scientists of the 20th century.
The Tip of a Larger Iceberg
Our profound ignorance of what Lucretius termed the nature of things has been revealed by the work of Planck, Einstein, Bohr, and Heisenberg.
Sunday with the Devil’s Acolyte — Thomas Henry Huxley
Although the designation of Huxley as Darwin’s “bulldog” is well known, acolyte is a more appropriate term and here’s why.
Introducing Aquinas’ Five Ways
In my ongoing debate with biologist Jerry Coyne, frequent reference is made to Aquinas’ Five Ways, particularly to his Prime Mover argument.