The need to keep ridiculous Darwin hagiography from infesting the education system is better served by a critical look at what Darwinists propound.
Pretty transgressive stuff in a world where learned profs assure the world, “THEY just gotta be out there! Otherwise, we’d be unique.”
“Life manifests innumerable formalisms that cannot be generated or explained by physicodynamics alone.”
Professor Jerry Coyne has written an op-ed piece for USA Today entitled, Why you don’t really have free will. The kind of free will that Professor Coyne is concerned with is the kind that ordinary people believe in: “If you were put in the same position twice — if the tape of your life could Read More…
“He provides horrifying descriptions of premodern killings, but not of their modern counterparts, which generates a certain narrative bias.”
The “conversation” was not pretty, she sez. Astounding!
“In other words, this silent universe is conveying not a flattering lesson about our uniqueness but a tragic story about our destiny.”
An excellent, if unintended, antidote to Darwinism.
Since the question of the history of ideas roots of a certain Herr Schicklegruber’s thoughts seems to repeatedly come up, it is worth the while to here post the Lecture “From Darwin to Hitler,” by Prof Richard Weikart so that we all may see what he has to say: embedded by Embedded VideoYouTube Direkt For Read More…
“Gradually the myths crumble. All that’s left is to prove that in nature there is no frontier between the organic and the inorganic.”
Over at The New Atlantis Robert P. Kraynak asks if Darwinists can logically ground a theory of justice: What is so strange about our age is that demands for respecting human rights and human dignity are increasing even as the foundations for those demands are disappearing. In particular, beliefs in man as a creature made Read More…