Uncommon dissent: intellectuals who find Darwinism unconvincing

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William A. Dembski
ISI Books, 2004 - Science - 366 pages
7 Reviews
Darwinian evolutionary theory has come to assume an aura of invincibility, especially within elite intellectual circles. Yet recent years have seen the rise to prominence of ever more sophisticated critiques of the ideas marketed under the name of Darwinism. Dissatisfaction with Darwinian theory seems to be reaching critical mass, as growing numbers of educated people, including philosophers, biochemists, biologists, lawyers, journalists, and theologians, identify serious problems with the regnant orthodoxy.

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Review: Uncommon Dissent: Intellectuals Who Find Darwinism Unconvincing

User Review  - Pete Foley - Goodreads

Excellent book which addresses some of the holes in Darwinian (macro) evolution. The volume is a series of chapters by different authors, and is very well written. Some of the topics / issues raised ... Read full review

Review: Uncommon Dissent: Intellectuals Who Find Darwinism Unconvincing

User Review  - Jeffrey Backlin - Goodreads

The best part of this book, I think, is the introductory thoughts by Dembski. A collection of articles on intellectuals who doubt neo-darwinian theory. Read full review

Contents

The Establishment of Naturalism
23
The Miracles of Darwinism
41
Evolution as a Total Worldview
53
Copyright

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Dembski holds a Ph.D. in mathematics from the University of Chicago and a Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Illinois at Chicago. He is currently associate research professor in the conceptual foundations of science at Baylor University and a senior fellow of the Discovery Institute's Center for the Renewal of Science and Culture.

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