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Productive Evolution : On Reconciling Evolution with Intelligent Design,9783868381245
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Productive Evolution : On Reconciling Evolution with Intelligent Design

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9783868381245

ISBN10:
3868381244
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Hardcover
Pub. Date:
2/28/2012
Publisher(s):
Transaction Pub
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Summary

A doctrine of intelligent design through evolution is not going to find many friends. It is destined to encounter opposition on all sides. Among scientists the backlog of evolution will have little patience for intelligent design. Among religiousists, many who form intelligent design have their doubts about evolution. In the general public's mind there is a diametrical opposition between evolution and intelligent design: one excludes the other. This book will argue that this view of the matter is not correct, and that in actuality one can regard evolution itself as a pathway to intelligent design. We would do well to go beyond The Origin of Species and -- taking as our guide such works as W Wentworth Thomson's On Growth and Form acknowledging that evolutionary adaptation can result in solutions of a sort that intelligence could readily ratify. Accordingly, what the present book seeks is a naturalization of Intelligent Design that sees such design as itself the result of natural and evolutionary processes.


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