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Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Darwinism: Sociologist's book on ID controversy denounced by three-star Darwin bore

Here's another attack on Expelled sociologist Streve Fuller, in Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, this time by Sahotra Sarkar at the University of Texas at Austin:

The fifth chapter pontificates on the future of Darwinism. Fuller predicts that Darwinism (by which he means the entire framework of evolutionary theory) will be dead by the end of the twenty-first century and will be replaced by something more akin to ID creationism. No particular reason is given for this pious hope other than that Marxism underwent a similar denouement during the twentieth century (though, obviously it was not replaced by ID).
Oh? What about the Altenberg 16? Or have they already undergone a Marxist-type "reclassification" as not really having any problem with the disintegrating Darwinist party line?
I understand that Fuller plans a reply, and I will link to it.

By the way, here's a video of a lecture by Steve Fuller in England on why there is an intelligent design controversy. (It's a Google vid, so not as nicely done up as a YouTube.)

Hat tip David Rice III.

Also: Darwin: Science mags pipe up the hype, and no, you are NOT just imagining that uproar behind the curtains ...

To understand the intelligent design controversy (despite the fact that "there is no controversy"), read this:

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