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The deniable Darwin & other essays / David Berlinski ; edited by David Klinghoffer.

By: Berlinski, David, 1942-.
Contributor(s): Klinghoffer, David, 1965- [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Seattle, Washington : Discovery Institute Press, [2009]Copyright date: ©2009Description: 557 pages ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780979014123 (paperback).Other title: Deniable Darwin and other essays.Subject(s): Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882 -- Influence | Darwin, Charles, 1809-1882 -- Criticism and interpretation | Evolution -- Religious aspects | Intelligent design (Teleology) | Creationism | Scientism | AtheismGenre/Form: Essays.DDC classification: 576.82 | 215
Contents:
The soul of man under physics -- The deniable Darwin -- Denying Darwin : David Berlinski & critics -- Keeping an eye on evolution -- The end of materialist science -- Full house follies -- Gödel's question -- Was there a big bang? -- What brings a world into being? -- Where physics and politics meet -- God, man and physics -- Einstein and Gödel : friendship between equals -- Lucky Jim -- Stephen Jay Gould, 1942-2002 : in memoriam -- Has Darwin met his match? -- Darwinism versus intelligent design : David Berlinski & critics -- Borges on intelligent design -- A scientific scandal -- A scientific scandal? David Berlinski & critics -- The vampire's heart -- On the origins of the mind -- All those Darwinian doubts -- Academic extinction -- The strength of natural selection in the wild -- An open letter to the amazing Randi -- Our silent partners -- Copernicus stages a comeback -- On the origins of life -- Inside the mathematical mind -- Connecting Hitler and Darwin -- The scientific embrace of atheism -- The state of the matter.
Summary: David Berlinski, a senior fellow at Discovery Institute, writes about three profound mysteries: the existence of the human mind, the existence and diversity of living creatures, and the existence of matter.
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David Berlinski, a senior fellow at Discovery Institute, writes about three profound mysteries: the existence of the human mind, the existence and diversity of living creatures, and the existence of matter. His other books include: The Devil's Delusion: Atheism and Its Scientific Pretensions, Newton's Gift, and A Tour of the Calculus.

Includes index.

The soul of man under physics -- The deniable Darwin -- Denying Darwin : David Berlinski & critics -- Keeping an eye on evolution -- The end of materialist science -- Full house follies -- Gödel's question -- Was there a big bang? -- What brings a world into being? -- Where physics and politics meet -- God, man and physics -- Einstein and Gödel : friendship between equals -- Lucky Jim -- Stephen Jay Gould, 1942-2002 : in memoriam -- Has Darwin met his match? -- Darwinism versus intelligent design : David Berlinski & critics -- Borges on intelligent design -- A scientific scandal -- A scientific scandal? David Berlinski & critics -- The vampire's heart -- On the origins of the mind -- All those Darwinian doubts -- Academic extinction -- The strength of natural selection in the wild -- An open letter to the amazing Randi -- Our silent partners -- Copernicus stages a comeback -- On the origins of life -- Inside the mathematical mind -- Connecting Hitler and Darwin -- The scientific embrace of atheism -- The state of the matter.

David Berlinski, a senior fellow at Discovery Institute, writes about three profound mysteries: the existence of the human mind, the existence and diversity of living creatures, and the existence of matter.