Further to Is “evolution” a person? Can it “learn”? (Well, that would sure explain “apparently intelligent designs.” If evolution can “learn,” it is a consciousness of some kind.)
But Darwin boffins were making the claim. Anway, philospher and photographer Laszlo Bencze comments on their phrase, in the title above:
“The evolution of evolvability” is the single most striking phrase in the article that Denyse excerpts. Like wow. With a phrase like that you have just answered all conceivable doubts about Darwinism. It’s the master key which opens every dank cell in Darwin’s dungeon. It rolls off the tongue like a line from a Shakespeare sonnet. It’s got assonance. It’s a beautiful thing. Maybe some crabby old ID critics will damn it for being a perfect vacuity when it comes to meaning. But they just don’t appreciate the immense value of thought which is impervious to deconstruction by virtue of being meaningless.
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