A Case Against Accident and Self-Organization

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Rowman & Littlefield, 2001 - Religion - 272 pages
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Could accidental processes have caused the formation of a universe compatible with life? The author reviews the influence of metaphysical assumptions and examines issues related to the universe's creation, including the need for a Creator and the explanations offered by anthropic principles.
 

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Overman is a senior partner in the Washington, D.C., office of Winston & Strawn, a large international law firm. He is the coauthor of several law books; the author of many law review articles on banking, commerical, corporate, tax, and securities law; and the author of a book on effective writing.

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